I had a heart attack Jan 2018 that resulted in a pacemaker i filed for disability but was denied. I got behind on credit card bills. I was out of work for 4 months. I only work 32 hrs a week. I have been served with debt warrants to go to court. What can i do? Please help.
I need a lawyer that can help me, I am a widow living on Social Security, and scammer /fiancee, ran credit cards 4 of them up to $70,000, he would pay the cards off, get credit again, and month later, credit card companies would send out a rejected payment because of closed accounts,
I don’t understand what you are asking. First off, I don’t understand how “part” of an estate is in probate. All probate assets should be identified in the Inventory. If some of your inheritance is outside of probate in life insurance, funds naming a beneficiary, or joint titles with rights...Read more »
Yes. Give them your case number and discharge order. Also, if you have the schedules that show they were listed as a creditor you can send that as well. If they continue, speak to your bankruptcy attorney and they can go after them for a discharge violation.
First, you should consult with an experienced bankruptcy attorney in your local area in a private consultation your interest in filing for bankruptcy to determine eligibility, asset protection issues, and whether or not it is the best option for you.
Can i file for banckruptcy ( without losing my house) while i am in the philippines? Or can i authorize my dad to do the process while im out of the country? And will it affect my application of child custody?
After you send the papers to the court, you are required about a month later, to show up in person to answer questions. Usually you can get permission for a call in if you are on assignment for the US Government; other approval is tough.
You will be fine. THAT’S what Chapter 13 is for. It would be a different matter if the Mortgagee could prove that your house had NO equity. Because it is the equity in your house that the court will find is necessary for your rehabilitation.
Your lawyer will amend your Plan, adding a...Read more »
I didnt put this car on my bankruptcy or sign the affirmation agreement and they keep saying by law they cant contact me about the account or the vehicle now i can only trade it or pay the charge off but can they really come pick it up because its not even on my credit report anymore when i did try... Read more »
If you did not re-affirm the debt underlying your car loan during your bankruptcy the car should have been sold as one of your assets and the underlying debt discharged--or possibly paid by the lender. Ask the trustee or your BR lawyer.
Ex husband and I divorced approx 8 years ago. Property settlement awards him our home with the stipulation that if he ever sells i am to receive half of the equity. If he sells the home, pays me my court ordered share of the equity then files Ch 7 bankruptcy is my portion of the equity in... Read more »
Yes. Same rules. You can put your house arrears into the plan and you will have two years to pay them off (as well as the current payment), but yes, same rules. You should consult an attorney who can help you substantially.
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