The issue that affects your business partner is whether the bankruptcy trustee will want your interest in the business. That depends on the value of the business versus any exemption that might apply. You need to file your taxes based on what you elected at the time of formation or prior to...Read more »
paid even before she filed. Can she still go forward with eviction for possession? She is aware of our status and did not attend the creditors meeting. It was rent for the current month, paid albeit late, but also in the current month.
That Check will be initially property of the Estate. You must file a Motion to keep the proceeds. But hopefully you already properly exempted the vehicle. If you have a 100% Plan, you might be able to keep it. But any smaller % Plan will probably require its use as being available for payment...Read more »
garnishment to attempt to collect the debt. After the garnishment was served to his employer, the debtor claims he is currently in bankruptcy since 2018 and is protected by a "stay". What avenue to I have to try to collect this debt? He has not paid anything on the judgement and it has now been... Read more »
If the debtor has an active bankruptcy case then the whole case should have been stayed when he filed bankruptcy. You should look online at the bankruptcy court dockets to determine his bankruptcy status. If he does not have an active case, or was not granted a discharge, then you can garnish bank...Read more »
If you filed Chapter 13 to avoid a liquidation of your assets in Chapter 7, filing a chapter 7 case now because you were not successful in your Chapter 13 case WILL NOT stop the Chapter 7 trustee from liquidating assets. When filing a Chapter 13 case due to liquidation issues, you must be aware...Read more »
I used some personal property as collateral but, no longer had said property and was not ask about it by my attorney or during my bankruptcy hearing. My case was discharged 10/2014. Around August or September 2017 I applied for a small loan and was denied and told by the person I spoke with on the... Read more »
Noise complaint than we get evection for it. They said we have 14 day to fix it but they want us to leave because of noise complaint and i pay them rent on time would that go on my record and stay on there for 7 years for noise complaint
1.39-17-425 POSS UNLAW DRUG PARAPHERNALIA USES & ACTIVITIES. 2. 39-17-434 (b) METH - POSSESS OR CASUAL EXCHANGE. 3. 40-39-208 SEXUAL OFFENDER REGISTRATION FORM VIOLATION. I do have a little bit of a past but I was doing real well and that 3rd charge I did not know I even had until now. Can you... Read more »
I thought my case was October 30th, but yesterday I realized it is August 30th. I do not have time to meet with an attorney, I do not have the items that Im being sued to pay. The debt is 4-5 years old and my summons was served in June of this year. What can I expect if I do not have an attorney.... Read more »
First, you should appear. Otherwise, the judge will most likely enter a default judgment. You will also have an opportunity to discuss the alleged debt with the plaintiff's attorney and maybe reach a resolution. You may also request a continuance. Cases are often continued to afford someone like...Read more »
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