answered on Oct 4, 2022
If you signed the lease, you are responsible for the rent even if you never lived there. If your mother added your name but you did not sign the lease, the debt is not your obligation. In any event write to the debt collection agency stating that you are not responsible and request proof supporting... Read more »
of them. All cards are current and I am still making payments, but not getting no where with the interest rates.
Can I negotiate with the banks for a lower amount?
How will this impact my personal credit and my business credit (Dun & Bradstreet)? If I am not able to satisfy the... Read more »
answered on Jun 16, 2022
If your credit accounts are current, of course you can approach the credit card issuers with a request for a lower interest rate, but your chances of success are dim when the Fed is raising rates steeply toward a tentative goal of 5.5% by year's end (that's the prime rate, and most credit... Read more »
Since they already withdrew my funds, will I receive my next deposit?
answered on Feb 26, 2022
First of all, we don't know who "they" are, so realistically, you should first make sure your next direct deposit goes into a new account, like a Credit Union. Second, you need to retain an experienced civil litigation and bankruptcy attorney and possibly someone who also has a... Read more »
They sad I do t pay will issue a warrant for my arrest very threating what should I do
answered on Jan 25, 2022
Any collection action letter from an adjustment bureau or credit collection agency must conform to the Fair Debt Collection Act. There may be sanctions imposed on the agency for noncompliance. You seek the advice of an attorney who has experience with debtors' rights.
I currently live in FL. Previously lived in NJ. Noticed today that checking and savings accounts were levied. When I spoke to my bank, they said the superior court of NJ authorized this. I never received any notification of a pending court case against me. The address on my license and with the... Read more »
answered on Jan 18, 2022
Significiantly more information is required for a meaningful answer.
The doctor could have used Labcore or Quest, both in network labs. However, he sent them to an out of network lab, without my knowledge or permission. Can the lab he sent them to bill me?
answered on Jun 7, 2021
Is the time period for collecting on credit card debt calculated from the date of the last credit charge? Say a creditor is trying to collect on credit card debt that includes charges that are more than 6 years old (older than the statute of limitations) can they still collect on those charges or... Read more »
answered on Feb 14, 2021
The only thing that actually matters is whether or not you intend to pay the debt or file for bankruptcy to eliminate this and any other dischargeable debts that you may have. The relevant statute of limitations is six years.
When judgement is entered in small claims court decision (NJ, less than $3k) - is post-judgement interest automatically applicable if it is not explicitly ordered by judge? I found article that says usually it is automatic per federal standards, but I don't want simply to assume this. Any... Read more »
answered on Feb 10, 2021
Yes it is automatic once judgment is entered
I did a confession of judgment for a merchant cash advance, I had to close a small businesses that I had and with the confession of judgment the cash advance companie got a judgment against me, I read that confession of judgment doesn't apply out of the state of NY, I live in New Jersey an... Read more »
answered on Feb 10, 2021
Likely it will not be vacated bc you agreed to it. Hire a bankruptcy attorney to evaluate your financial situation and consider filing chapter 7 to eliminate the judgment.
I've handled this on own in NJ Special Civil Part. Plan to file for Exemplified Copy of Judgement next. I want to file in DE without a lawyer if possible.
answered on Feb 5, 2021
Yes. However, to be prudent, check DE Court Rules to make sure your filing satisfies DE requirements.
i got letter for $12k penalty but did not pay and closed store. but even after couple of year, they took money around $15k and still shows $23k i have pay after penalty and interest on it. i would like to resolved this. please help.
answered on Aug 18, 2020
It sounds like you may have received a charge letter, pursuant to 7 C.F.R. §278.6(b), did you respond? You need an attorney to help you mitigate the penalties you are faced with. The USDA or AG's office can be very challenging to deal with.
I didn't sign as guaranteer
answered on Jun 12, 2020
It really depends if you signed as a guarantor of the bills, or did you not sign anything. Ask them for proof that you signed as a guarantor before you make anymore payments. Also remember that being a power of attorney does not automatically make you liable.
I filed for bankruptcy in August 2019 and received a discharge in November 2019. My lawyer stated that my student loans (I had 5 federal and 2 private which had long since gone to collections) would never get discharged so he didn't attempt to file for an adversary proceeding. I had two Sallie... Read more »
1. Can they update payments made on the judgment on my credit report as collections updating a collections account?
2. If other collections are being reported as updated payments being made when no payments have been since before 2012 be still reporting on my credit report?
answered on Jan 6, 2020
Depending on your overall financial situation, filing for Bankruptcy may be a better alternative. You should consult with an experienced bankruptcy attorney.
answered on Dec 19, 2019
As per N.J.S.A. 3B:22-4, Creditors of the decedent shall present their claims to the personal representative of the decedent’s estate:
-in writing, and
-specifying the amount claimed, and
-the particulars of the claim.
-within nine months from the date of the decedent's death.
answered on Dec 14, 2019
You should have previously been served with a Summins and Complaint and other documents. If you are going to try admnf work it out, call the lawyer. If you are objecting to the judgment, you file with the clerk of the court and copy the lawyer
answered on Oct 23, 2019
You will get sued and you should appear and try to settle it.
I have strict parents and I’m 19 they do not let me do anything I want to move you but I’m afraid that they’re going to call the cops.... can I move out at 19 without their permission ??
answered on Oct 4, 2019
Yes. Once you are 18 years old you have reached the age of majority. Unless you are declared mentally incompetent you are free to do as you please including vote, sign contracts or move out. That being said you need to consider if you have enough income to support yourself. It would not be a good... Read more »
I heard that payday loans are illegal in NJ. I took 600 put and paid four payments of $206 . I also heard that since they are illegal I only have to pay the principal. Is this true,? The rest of my cc and such ate in good standing so I don't want to file for bankruptsy. What can they do to me,,?
answered on Jul 8, 2019
Think this all the way through: If the payday loan creditor operates its business anywhere in the state of New Jersey there is a really strong possibility that payday loans are NOT illegal in New Jersey. What can they do if you do not repay? They can sue you.
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