the stay was lifted and now the foreclosure sale was held today and sold for $55,000.00 . Amount due was 54,622.85 Value Approx $200,000.00. we have tried to set up payment plan with every one and had buyers for property but creditor and buyer today did things to keep anyone else buying it. our... Read more »
It is doubtful you can do anything to preclude the sale unless you can find someway to purchase it and you would need the Courts permission to do so. It is somewhat unusual that the trustee would let a 200,000 piece of property go for 55k bc there’s another 145,000 that could be used to pay your...Read more »
I own an S Corp, we close the office last fall due to lack or work. We have not been able to get it going again and we owe 8k in cards and around 15k on a loan. If we file chapter 7 does the debt the company owed then comes to me, or is it gone with the failed company? As of right now I dont see... Read more »
Probably not--unless your mom's name is listed on the same debt you owe. This problem can be solved by you giving your mom a quitclaim deed to the property, or by the two of you creating a new deed in your mom's name only. Do NOT try anything without a competent lawyer helping you.
Most of my creditors was paid in the chapter 13 plan except for taxes and my car loan is complete per the NDC account and it has been complete for a couple of months. I was recently dismissed after over 48 months in the plan. Can my car still be reposessed even though it's been paid in full?
I got approval to incur debt of 97,850.00 for a mortgage, but the trustee put in that my monthly payments could not exceed $675.00. The prequalified loan had the payment at $656, but now through the loan process and actual numbers, the payment (including interest and escrow) will be over $700 a... Read more »
There are 5 of us named and we (9 in total) have reported the builder to the State AG and the Police are opening a criminal investigation. The bankruptcy filing is erroneous. Should we continue with ‘proof of claim’ or ask to be removed? We are victims of a crime not creditors!
I had filed previously (2x) on my own and they were dismissed. I listed the debt in one of the previous filings but not in the filing that was discharged. The creditor acknowledges that I have a discharged bankruptcy but not that the debt is assumed to be included. I filed in NC but the creditor is... Read more »
When I interviewed for this job over three months I was extremely adamant that one of the most important thing for me was trans parent see because I have just gone through one hell of or to your run in terms of personal issues and losing work to no fault of my own. I interviewed three times and... Read more »
I interviewed three times for this job and made clear that transparency was my biggest factor due to bad experiences. I researched the company and found nothing and then accepted the job. I left another job for this one. On my first day I find out they had filed bankruptcy Chapter 11 a few days... Read more »
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