Thirty years ago, as part of our divorce settlement, my ex husband signed a mortgage against our farmland to pay me $30,000 over ten years. In return I signed a QCD. He never made the payments and after three years filed for bankruptcy. The bankruptcy court upheld my mortgage and set up a... Read more »
answered on Mar 15, 2023
Likely but you better move fast. Call an attorney who does estates.
I am married, household of three (my wife is not filing with me). I make around 72k annually and my wife makes around 35k. I run with all of the household expenses as she can only afford her debts and provides everything for her baby, she is left with nothing in her pocket after paying everything... Read more »
answered on Feb 3, 2020
Highly unlikely, but you should contact a bankruptcy attorney immediately who can assess your complete financial situation.
I received a letter in the mail today that threatened legal action for a debt from over 5 years ago. The debt is from when I lived in Maryland. I have not lived there for the last 5 years. I've been living in North Dakota. The debt is for $9,000 and is the result of having been evicted when I... Read more »
answered on Feb 19, 2019
If the MD stature is 3 years, then the statute has expired and they cannot sue you.
So I wanted to know the 1st step on doing this. And I need a program that is free of charge.
answered on Oct 19, 2018
Check with the local bar association and legal aid and ask them to refer you to a bankruptcy attorney who can help you.
answered on Jan 16, 2018
You can always file bankruptcy individually, even while married. However, still being married may have some affect on your bankruptcy case. It's best to review all your financial information with an attorney before you file so you're clear on what will happen.
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answered on Feb 10, 2014
A: If you are a natural person, verses a fictitious (i.e. corp, llc, etc.), you are permitted to represent yourself in court. However, Bky is a VERY COMPLICATED area of law, involving a combination of State Laws and Federal Procedures.
To File, you should Prepare a Petition and Supporting... Read more »
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