If i file chapter 7 bankruptcy and I put together a budget And Me and my fiancé bought a apartment together although it’s in his name. I am not living with him but I pay part of the bills. Do I need to bring proof that I’m paying the bills. Such as fuel or cable
Matrix list and they are trying to evict me from my home and remove the Automatic Stay. Should I add them to the Matrix list, even though I do not owe them nothing? They have already violated the Stay, and if I add them will i still be protected after the discharge order from them evicting me?
Also my unsecure are about 40 thousand, can i keep my property or must the trustee sell it, for Chapter 7? And if the trustee sells it will she cut a check for only the homestead exemption or all of the equity too?
I have a lot of credit card debt and I’m only able to make the minimum payment. So I signed up for debt relief and it was still too expensive so I canceled it. Now I’m being sued by one of my credit card companies because I owe them money. I wanted to know if I was still able to file bankruptcy.
I need to find out what to do with this loan which has changed hands many times. I have paid on it sporadically due to financial issues. I am willing to negotiate a reasonable payment but have appealed to thees different lenders with no positive results.
With extremely rare exceptions student loans are NOT dischargable in Bankruptcy. However, a Chapter 13 Payment plan may make them more affordable for a period of 5 years. You need to retain an experienced NY Bankruptcy attorney to discuss this matter in person and to got over your specific...Read more »
A creditor filed claims against the estate, then years later filed a motion pursuant to 105 and 542 for turnover of assets which are almost identical to the amounts alleged in his previously filed claims, asserting that these were not assets of the estate under 541.
I am the indemnitor on a $11,000 bond that was revoked. I bonded out my ex boyfriend from two different charges. His bond was revoked because he was arrested while on bond for harassing me. Despite that I was the victim of the aggravated harassment charge, would I still be responsible financially... Read more »
This is a bankruptcy question, not a criminal law question. The fact that you were a victim is irrelevant. But, since you are the victim, it would not be wise for you to have any contact with your ex boyfriend because you would put yourself at risk for more harm. Depending on your overall financial...Read more »
I have already sought legal help and filed for bankruptcy ch 7. I also have gone forth to the 341 meeting. My student loans are listed and less than $5k. I didn't sign any petition to have them discharged in my case.
My immediate reaction is "no". With this said, it may behoove you to have your attorney file a Motion to Approve Refinance Agreement (or something to this effect) that will bring the transaction to the Bankruptcy Court's attention. I can't imagine that such a prayer for relief would be denied, and...Read more »
Chapter 7 Bankruptcy is not simply filling out forms. Trying to handle this matter yourself is not wise. You do not know the USBC, you do not know the local rules of Bankruptcy and if there was an adversary proceeding started against you, or an objection filed to your plan, you would be like a deer...Read more »
Incurred in Fl - his lawyer in Ca said lien will be put on my home in NY which is my primary residency - no mortgage on property in joint tenancy. Do I have to vacate the home? I am 69 and with dystonia, high blood pressure, heart vale issue, etc. my divorce lawyer says move out he can charge me... Read more »
I withdrew money from my 401k due to financial hardship, the institution in error sent to a closed/overdrawn account (I have proof this is their error). Can the bank legally take my money even though it was for hardship and they were previously notified of bankruptcy?
Years of court dates, depositions, and medical bills a judge awarded me a settlement . I went to the Town Clerk and Sherrifs Department, spent approximately $500 with the hopes that all the information I provided was correct. A few weeks later I find out that the person the judgement was against... Read more »
Unfortunately, no. There is an automatic stay in place which means you can no longer go after them. That's assuming that he/she has the automatic stay. You can try to make a motion to lift it but it is highly unlikely that a judge would life it. Unfortunately if he gets a discharge you can no...Read more »
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