I realize x amount of funds are exempt but will the personal injury case itself be stopped? What happens with their medical bills regarding the suit and the suit itself?
To be clear, I am in the court process with the defendant on the personal injury lawsuit that happened prior. I know any... Read more »
answered on May 26, 2023
You most probably already have Oklahoma bankruptcy counsel representing you, and he/she would no doubt be your best source of information and advice about these issues, especially because counsel would probably be familiar with the bankruptcy judge and Ch. 7 trustee assigned to your case.... Read more »
Surgical hospital sued me back in October 2017 and the surgery was in November 2012. I was served papers to answer their question and sent it back and that was the last time I heard anything but I filed chapter 7 and the surgical hospital was in it and was discharged. I tried selling my house and... Read more »
answered on May 16, 2023
Not surprisingly, your question is missing some important facts.
General rules- Entry of a judgment, under State law, usually becomes a lien against all property in the state owned by a judgment debtor.
A bankruptcy filing does NOT discharge a perfected lien; in a Chapter 13,... Read more »
i tried using the Solo suit but my petition seems different that what its asking. can anyone help me?
answered on May 17, 2022
This is something that an Oklahoma attorney is best suited to advise on, but your question remains open for four weeks. If this is something in the lawsuit stage, an ordinary letter might not suffice as a response. There could be more formal legal responses needed. Unfortunately, it's... Read more »
Husband and wife both have cars they want to keep. One has equity worth more than the exemption (in Oklahoma) and the other is worth less than they owe so it has zero equity.
answered on Apr 1, 2023
Yes. Additionally, you can also use both your wildcard exemptions to the extent necessary to protect your equity.
Lived in OK from 2014-2021; in CO from July 2021-July 2022; back to OK in July 2022 and finally moved to my permanent home in OK in January 2023.
answered on Sep 23, 2022
Possibly, but the burden to trace it and show it was purchased from VA funds is on you.
Checks when she works. The last time it was up to 27,000 she's fixing to start work again it's probably much more now what can we do to stop this
answered on Jun 21, 2022
You can either negotiate a settlement with the creditor or you can possibly file bankruptcy and discharge the debt permanently. In either event, you need a competent lawyer to handle for you.
I opened a Solo 401k under a llc I setup and have had little income . I transferred my IRA and Roth IRA finds to my new 401k. Three months later I had to file chapter 7. The trustee has said that my business is not legitimate, he gives no support of this, but I am scheduled for a 2004 deposition,... Read more »
answered on Feb 28, 2022
Depends on what capacity the chapter 13 bankruptcy lawyer is serving and whether you have any exemptions to protect it.
can the trustees keep it.
The sheriff came by to serve me this morning and I wasn't home. What do I do? Can I still be served even though I filed bankruptcy?
answered on Nov 3, 2021
You should speak to Counsel in your region. The automatic stay should stop the lawsuit and service. If they had notice, they could be liable for sanctions.
answered on Oct 5, 2021
You don't say whether the hearing is set in Oklahoma District Court, or the US Bankruptcy Court for the Western District of Oklahoma. Either way, if you fail to appear, a judgment will almost certainly be entered against you.
Note: if you have filed for bankruptcy relief, and your... Read more »
Her rent, utilities,medical bills, and loans are all way behind now. Didn't know since she's a widow now if she can file again before the 8 year wait
answered on Aug 15, 2021
She can file a Chapter 13 now. She will have to wait the 8 years before she can file another chapter 7.
answered on Jul 22, 2021
You can petition the court to pay in installments or to waive the filing fee entirely.
I received one response that said he would call me and i never received a.call. its been over a year now???
answered on Mar 14, 2021
You will need to file a complaint against the lawyer with the state bar association.
Help on how to stop this and how can I file Chapter 7, I don't have much money, but I need help bad
answered on Feb 1, 2021
Call your local bar association or legal aid society for a list of reduced fee and pro Bono lawyers who can help you file quickly.
I would like to refinance my house to lower rates. I completed chapter 13 bankruptcy earlier this year. The application asks if I've had a bankruptcy in the past 3 years. Is that 3 years from when I filed bankruptcy or 3 years from when I finished it?
answered on Aug 20, 2020
Possibly, but not necessarily. You will need to did a little deeper and see if the harm has been satisfied or released.
I made all my payments on time up until the COVID-19 pandemic and it was repossessed. I never resigned or reaffirmed the car loan after bankruptcy and just made payments as normal. Can the company demand payments (in full) for a car that is no longer in my possession and never reaffirmed? Will this... Read more »
How long from the judge signing the order does the collection company have to implement the order?
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