People in N.M. immigrant. Illegal alien. Difference? 3 to 6 months living in N.M. through income support. Immigrant has to become a U.S. citizen within two years. I'm a dumb deadbeat dad and a meth user. Why have they allowed violent law enforcement to be paid millions of dollars to protect... Read more »
Hello. If you only have social security income and your assets are exempt under the new mexico state exemption laws you may not even need to file bankruptcy. Your social security income may not be garnished by creditor and if your assets are exempt those cannot be taken either. Your creditors may...Read more »
If you plan to keep the car and continue making payments, then your father will not be affected by you filing bankruptcy. However, if you fail to make the payments and they eventually repossess the vehicle then that will negatively impact him since he is equally liable for the debt you have...Read more »
Defendant tested positive for meth and has failed to comply with pretrial services...didn’t report. Remand 24 hours, release with Pretrial services contempt offense. Reset for pretrial conference in approximately three weeks. Defendants presence required.
YEs, you can get a credit card after you file. I would not recommend it, but you can. If you are in a Chapter 13, technically you must ask the Court for permission to get one. That does not apply to a Chapter 7
What does it mean when it asks if the claim is subject to offset? Also how do I get the last 4 digits of an account number on a collection agency claim? Also when it it asks if the claim is "Contingent" "Unliquidated" or "Disputed" what does this mean? And finally for... Read more »
The claim is subject to offset if the creditor is holding or may owe you money as well. Last four digits should appear on your credit report. Contingent means depends on a circumstance or event, unliquidated means the amount of debt has not yet been determined, and disputed means the debt or the...Read more »
I was wondering if it's okay to ask multiple questions has I fill out all the forms. Some forms I won't have any questions and some forms I will have questions. Also some of my questions will be whether or not I need to fill out certain forms. I don't think all the forms will apply... Read more »
I know the first thing I need to do is take a Pre-Filing Bankruptcy Credit Counseling course, and I'm going to do that online. When completed I will be filing Form B101 and Form B103B. I also need to file a B101B. Is the B101B filed with the B101 and B103B? Or possibly do I file every form I... Read more »
I had a client who listed these with their real estate holdings. When the timeshare is alerted that you have filed for bankruptcy, you will have the ability to give the timeshare back to the resort. I'd recommend this because I had a client who did not do this. And while her existing...Read more »
I was injured in a fall in 2012. I had a PI case. My ex filed bankruptcy against my wishes. then we discovered the bankruptcy atty didn't list the PI case. I didn't know it needed to be listed! We hired a bankruptcy atty to open and change the case. It took a year and a trial! I was... Read more »
If you didn’t sign the contract hiring her as your attorney, don’t, and she is not your attorney. Unless there is some misunderstanding as to the scope of her representation and what she is doing for you, and you she determine whether this is the case first, you probably need to find a new...Read more »
The short answer is "No". You can hire an attorney to prepare the case and your attorney can file the case for you while you are away, however, you will have to be present to attend the Section 341 meeting, also referred to as "the meeting of creditors", usually within 30-45 days after filing.
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