URGENT: I’m in divorce final mediation... The respondent has made an offer to settle equity in property & has agreed to not include a specific debt in a Ch. 7 bankruptcy that he plans to file. Is it bankruptcy fraud if he agreed in final divorce decree to not discharge one specific debt listed... Read more »
This is a mixture of State and Federal law. Bankruptcy law states you must list all debt in your name and a creditor doesn't care who it got assigned to in a divorce decree; all they care about is who took out the obligation to pay the debt in the first place - that is who they will seek to hold...Read more »
PLEASE CANCEL QUESTION. I HAVE ANSWER. Its a pdf document and I can't seem to duplicate then add another page so I can enter more creditors. However, I can print the blank page and handwrite the creditor info and add that pg to my official form. Is this acceptable? Or does everything need to be... Read more »
Not sure if I'll need this for 2019 Ch 7 Bankruptcy (filed Ch 7 in Southern District in 2008, discharged in 2009) I am filing myself in Northern District, but lost my 2009 file in move and would like to get this copy from archives. I live in Northern District now so must be done online or by mail.
I just want to make sure that they don't turn off my cell service itself. I just want to try getting the phones on the installment agreement discharged. On the installment contract it also lists a plan ID #. I just want to make sure that I put down the right number.
Both my car payments and building payments are able to be kept up to date and while I do own horses, I am not the one that pays for them. My mom pays for their care, so they don't fall under my husband and I's financial responsibility
I am a co-owner of my house (that my parents paid for) with my ex-boyfriend and we are separated because he had an affair. Both of our names are on the deedWe both had an agreement about things after he left the house. We have a co-signed home equity loan of about
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