The issuer has made repeated promises to pay (verbally and via text) but has an excuse every time. Today we are scheduled to meet her to be paid in cash. It is likely she will, again, not show. It is our belief that the issuer knew the check was not covered at the time of issuance. Can we... Read more »
If you truly intend to turn the matter over to the police, then communicating that fact to the debtor shouldn't be a violation of the FDCPA. Telling her that she'll be imprisoned and her assets seized if she doesn't pay? *That* would be a violation.
I am the defendant in this case I sent bye certified mail to Magistrate's Office and collections office a request for production and have not yet received the certified notice that they received my request for production
Car was financed thru Condor Capital. I contacted them on 3 separate occasions requesting they pick up the vehicle. During that time their vehicle contract license was taken away. The balance of the car and the missed payments are no longer on my credit report. I don't want to open up any... Read more »
Contact Cary Flitter, Esq. at 888-668-1225 or firstname.lastname@example.org. Great guy and his firm is in Narberth, and they have specific experience with Condor Capital. Please tell him I referred you to him, and best of luck!
Bill collectors say LOTS of things - and they're not always honest. No, you are not responsible for your spouse's pre-marital debts. And no, you don't have to supply ANY information to bill collectors. In fact, you don't have to talk to them at all.
Should be no debt at all. Who says you owe money? If it is an overpayment, then you need to file a waiver saying it is against equity and good consience to charge you for money that she took when you were not at the age of consent and had no participation.
24 yr old community college student signed up for 4 online courses, but because of long-term terrible problems living with mother & father had to leave the family home to find an apartment. Thus she withdrew from school, but was not entitled to any refund. She received no instructional... Read more »
Can any instrument be negotiated by two or more parties to be considered tender to pay off a debt between them, or do they have to follow that law, or code on what has to be used as the legal tender? thank you!
In a famous example a check was written on the back of a cow.
Basically you just say pay however many dollars it is. Dollars presumes the legal tender known as the dollar. Get all caught up in reserve notes and the like and you are in coin collector land (paper edition).
The property is jointly owned by us and we purchased it after we got married. I was unaware of the lien as my spouse hid it from me. I looked up one of the records and it showed that the case had expired in 2016. Does that lien still exist? Also, spouse just passed away recently and according... Read more »
The funeral director is telling me I gave him a verbal agreement that the funeral bill was going to be paid, but my step mother signed for the services and a acual contract. They are threatening to take me to a magistrate for the bill balance.
There is something called the parol evidence rule. The parol evidence rule provides that evidence of additions or clarifications to a written contract, will not be permitted to prove the terms of the contract. The written contract governs the agreement between the parties. However, in order for...Read more »
I assume its for a bill. They can collect the bill. If you are the person that asked about a NY health organization suing in PA look at my answer there. Find out what its about. If you had insurance, Medicare,Medical assistance then they should be paying. Do not ignore the case. File an "appearance"
I am not 100% certain that I understand the question; however, child support can be deducted from your workers' compensation benefits. If your child support obligations are be temporarily suspended due to no income, you would of course have to notify child support of your change in...Read more »
So I was served papers, (well, my roommate was since I was at work) over a $500 medical bill I thought my old insurance co. would've paid. They had paid for everything else during my visits. This is from an old employer. I have already responded to the request, and plan to go myself without... Read more »
Yes. Any health provider or health insurer that pays for medical treatment for an injuryhas a lien for any injury case that comes from the injury that required the treatment. In the case of car crashes the insurance on the car for medical coverage comes first. They don't have a lien. Medicare...Read more »
I have been looking for employment as a paralegal and submitted my resume to a Scranton law firm who immediately contacted me via email the next day for an interview. I have fallen into financial straits and have fallen behind on medical and credit card bills. After reviewing the request for a... Read more »
I asked him for more time as I am sick/disabled and have not been able to file the necessary Contempt Papers. I live on SSI and cannot afford an attorney. What can I do, he has filed suit for this August and I do not have the money to repay him yet.
Justia Ask a Lawyer is a forum for consumers to get answers to basic legal questions. Any information sent through Justia Ask a Lawyer is not secure and is done so on a non-confidential basis only.
The use of this website to ask questions or receive answers does not create an attorney–client relationship between you and Justia, or between you and any attorney who receives your information or responds to your questions, nor is it intended to create such a relationship. Additionally, no responses on this forum constitute legal advice, which must be tailored to the specific circumstances of each case. You should not act upon information provided in Justia Ask a Lawyer without seeking professional counsel from an attorney admitted or authorized to practice in your jurisdiction. Justia assumes no responsibility to any person who relies on information contained on or received through this site and disclaims all liability in respect to such information.
Justia cannot guarantee that the information on this website (including any legal information provided by an attorney through this service) is accurate, complete, or up-to-date. While we intend to make every attempt to keep the information on this site current, the owners of and contributors to this site make no claims, promises or guarantees about the accuracy, completeness or adequacy of the information contained in or linked to from this site.