Discovery requests but they sent paperwork to start an ID Theft investigation. I don’t even know that the debt exists & not comfortable giving them any information or attesting to a theft with no knowledge a theft occurred. I have already stated under oath that the debt is not mine since I... Read more »
There is really no downside to filing a theft report and it can only help your case. There is a debt on your name. You say that it's not yours. If it's not yours there are only two options: 1) The Creditor made a mistake or 2) your identity was stolen. In either case, it's in your...Read more »
help please now im on hold with the hospital im trying to get receipts and a call log with the notes that were made on my account i don't know what else to do. why would they serve me AFTER i paid them?
ong story short I was an accident when to the hospital. had bills that had to wait... Read more »
You probably have more than 3 days to answer. you have 28 days from date you were served with summons to provide answer to hospital's attorney and then must file answer with Court within 3 days of responding to attorney.
The hospital most likely referred the matter to collection...Read more »
They still haven't taken care of warranty work they promised to do as recent as 2 months ago up till this last conversation and now that I said we were done with the games he now has sent me a bill for money that was owed at one time but he waived as good will gesture because of how long it... Read more »
Cannot imagine that the work taking 2 1/2 years did not breach at least a portion of the contract. Was it properly permitted and installed by a licensed installer? The emails may establish a waiver. Have you been able to stay in the house? I would imagine that an occupancy permit was not issued.
Sure. Take what is "yours." And if you take something that is not "yours," or she claims is not "yours," she could file a police report for theft. Not a good way to start out being an adult when you turn 18. Can you prove those items are "yours." Do you...Read more »
You can challenge a garnishment if it exceeds a certain percentage of your pay, if it was improperly filed, or if you reach a settlement with the lender. The court is not going to stop a garnishment because you think the lender should have known better than to trust you.
I just received documents in the mail yesterday stating my wages will be garnished for an apartment I lived in 5 years ago. I never received anything about a court date or how to settle. They are taking money from my paycheck starting this Friday. Can they cast a judgment without letting me know... Read more »
The rules for giving notice of a case being filed require the court's summons to be sent by certified postal mail and then regular mail, or by other methods. Depending on how the summons was delivered, that could have been deemed sufficient, even though you actually never received it. Talk...Read more »
You could consult with a collections attorney in your state as to your remedies. If you repost your question in the Collections section of this website, an attorney who works in that area would have a better chance of picking it up.
I have been making car payments since than but just recently tried to have remaining balance on my car loan rolled over onto a new car loan. The original bank that finenced me said my car was listed in a bankruptcy. Now I’m in limbo. There’s no actual car payments on my credit report. My new... Read more »
Normally not, unless he has transferred assets to you to avoid collection. In that case, the court could allow the creditor to trace his assets that went to you and to attach them for collection. The creditor also could obtain financial records from both of you to determine if any transfers...Read more »
It would be hard for her to get the police to take this on as a criminal case since you disclosed the existence of a problem at which point she could have asked to have an expert determine whether or not it could be fixed before buying it, but chose not to do so.
There is no way to answer except having an attorney review the documents. Use the Find a Lawyer tab to retain a local attorney to review the case filing and circumstances and advise you. It depends on what the status of the case is.
In 2012, we went on vacation and I covered her half of $10,000 total. She was supposed to pay me back when we returned home. She dumped me before I received a dime. When I asked about the money, she threatened to call the police and put a restraining order on me. It has been 6 years. Do I have any... Read more »
Small claims court can handle a claim up to $6000. If more than that, you file a claim in municipal court. But you might have waited too long. The time limit on your claim might be 6 years. Use the Find a Lawyer tab and retain a local litigation attorney.
An account was sent to collections and a judgment was entered against me in 2008. I have never made a payment and I was disabled at the time of the judgment and remain disabled currently. Can the agency garnish my part time wages? Am I still liable for the debt?
I plan to file Bankruptcy Chapter 7 soon. A company has filed the lawsuit against me and is not the original creditor. They bought the debt from the original creditor. Can I still add this to my bankruptcy? and if so, who do I list (the original or the purchaser or both)?
I am feeding/caring for all 8. It's been 9 days since their FIRST oppyto pick all back up. Can I charge boarding and can I place a "veterinarian" style lien until invoice is paid if/when they decide to pick up?
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