I ended the relationship with my accountant after receiving an offensive email from him. He's been unprofessional in the past and this was the last straw. I wrote him telling him why I am terminating his services and I kept it professional. He has since been emailing me frequently (18 emails... Read more »
My landlord charges outrageously high regular monthly "donations" of the same amount each month (I thought donations were gifts). He refuses to take a check for his monthly "donation" because he doesn't want there to be proof of rent; he insists on being paid in cash.... Read more »
The original amount owed was 16,00.00 and the final judgement was then 28,000.00 and I had made payment arrangements. Since my husband has not been able to work for about a year now I was not able to keep up with the payments. The are now trying to garnish my pay and the amount they are looking... Read more »
No, not after so much time has elapsed. To properly answer your questions and address your concerns, the best way to handle this is with an in person consultation with an experienced Bankruptcy attorney. Good luck.
Debt collectors threatened me with law suits and legal action for a debt that was 12 years old. Out of fear of repercussions, I gave them $150 on what they claim is upwards of $2500 worth of debt. This is based out of NY
She paid us on final day, then said there was problem with floor we installed. Cancelled the check. She kept egging us on on when we could come back and fix it. She revealed to me on the final day of completion of work, that she had called another company to submit their insurance, license... Read more »
Due to a failed business, I had to vacate commercial space premises hence breaking lease. Landlord filled suit as expected and I proceeded to file chap7. Got a discharge , but 6 months after discharge, I received court papers that a default judgement has been entered against me and the business... Read more »
If you were represented by a Bankruptcy attorney, you should contact the attorney about this. If not, you can retain an experienced Bankruptcy attorney to write a letter to the creditor, which should end the problem. Good luck.
So my credit union in Wisconsin went into my business account and took all the money from my savings and checking for a debt on my personal account which they charged off over 5 years ago. I had spoken to an attendant at the bank a few days ago about changing my address on my debit card and he... Read more »
I owe a vccb and restitution fine from 1999 that i didnt know existed until i got a letter demanding money lastweek..i called but they were very rude and intimidating it was a collection agency...also in the process of being medically defered on a student loan from same year??? Has time run out on... Read more »
Not sure why this is under injury law. A local collections lawyer can assist.
Please Take Notice: I am not your lawyer unless we enter into an engagement agreement in writing. This is general information that is given for legal education only. It is not legal advice, and it may not work for...Read more »
Before you start thinking about how to manage your assets, talk to a local consumer lawyer about the debt in question. Very few types of debt will survive for twenty years, and the debt may well be uncollectable (and, thus, no threat to your assets). It's even possible, depending on the nature...Read more »
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