It was deposited in ATM funds posted in account but not available 2 or 3 days later the funds were released they were withdrawn and used for the purpose they were intended for. not for personal use the funds were not used for personnel bills ect
If you--or someone else--deposited a bad check into your account--whether or not you knew it was bad-- and you--or someone else--withdrew the money the bank has every right to do whatever it takes to recover the amount lost from you. They will also report this incident to the federal and/or state...Read more »
We got the separate accounts and I earned the money from my job after we separated. Is she entitled to the money I earned after we separated? We're still currently married but living in different homes.
Under Oregon Law a court can consider all property held by either or both spouses at the time the court is asked to adjudicate the divorce. Unless you had a judgment of legal separation previously rendered by a court, your voluntary separation does not divide your property such that the court...Read more »
In return if I helped her she would pay me 20% of her late husbands funds which is over 2.6 million £ or over $3 million usd. She had her attorney contact me and explained the situation and sent me legal documents and bank statement. Well 3 years later and over $13,000 usd which I've paid in... Read more »
I hope your bank is able to assist you here. As a general matter, exercise caution with offers from parties you do not know who speak of sums of several million dollars, and that involve princes, heiresses, or other exotic beneficiaries. They often involve inquiries about your sensitive banking...Read more »
Is there any legal requirements that would prohibit me from using a simple checking account (non business type) for my family farm? I would not use this account for any personal debt or check writing. Simply to track incoming money and pay farm bills.
There is no legal requirement per se. Do you have a legal business entity like an LLC? If you do have an LLC then and you have concerns that perhaps one day you could be involved in a law suit, then I would want to keep my personal and business funds separate.
My landlord says she has the receipt proving my check was accepted by the bank. How long can it take for the bank to resolve this problem? What if weeks/months go by and the check never is cashed? If I write the bank another check are they responsible for the stop payment fee?
If you had a joint bank account with your husband the bank MAY allow you to deposit it, but otherwise you need to 'reopen' that probate and add the check into it. PLEASE seek local legal help however, as the process could be something rather simple depending on local practice and requirements....Read more »
On black Friday the 25th of November 2016 I was informed by my Bank JP Morgan Chase that my account had a levy placed on it by the California Franchise Tax Board. The total amount in my account was placed on hold and still is. In addition to that hold amount, I was charged a $75 legal fee by my... Read more »
First you need to get the paperwork they sent chase. They can't just show up with a levy. Second you need to find out who this board is. I'd also worry the whole thing is a scam, so follow up with JP morgan at a number you get on your statement not on some email.
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