The debt is 5 years old was written off by Lending Club so a bit perplexed as to what to do. Unfortunately my case is appearing on Monday, July 23. I was quoted $1000 fee by another attorney up front which I thought was a bit off given the nature of the case and my research of Velocity’s nature... Read more »
To make the story short, my significant other passed away and left me to care for our daughter alone. Anyways, a few years ago I opened a loan in desperation thinking I was able to afford to pay it off but the bi-weekly payments got the best of me and it was either rent or the loan.... Read more »
The reason bankruptcy is in the law is NOT really so donald Trump could keep his casinos. It's so you can clear these debts and get back to good credit and get on with your life. You need to talk to a bankrutpcy lawyer.
Now I have to have a co-signed or cough up extra 2,200 or else they will take my car. I returned car. I was going to get refunded my downpayment but they want to charge me $900. Technically there’s no contract right? What do I do I had no idea about the time frame or deadline of having to resign... Read more »
If you can PROVE to a judge that the papers for the first court date went to an address that you can PROVE you didn't live at during that time, then the judgment is not valid and they need to start over.
Virginia Judges are not quick to throw out bad judgement. Also the Judge is likley to...Read more »
We bought the house and closed January 10th. When looking at the house and in the description of the house was told it was completely water proofed, turned out only the back wall was. We recently had a large down pour of rain and it flooded our basement, damaging a large carpeted area, which was a... Read more »
You very likely have a cause of action, and it may involve a claim for attorneys' fees and treble damages. Waterproofing can become a major expense, and restoration and replacement of carpets and walls destroyed by flooding can become a major expense. You should consult with counsel as soon as...Read more »
I am going thru financial issues where I cannot afford my car payments anymore. I am upside down in my loan. To avoid repossession I unwisely allowed this couple to take over my payments in Dec 2017. They did not make the payment in Dec 27 2017 and now its Jan and when I contact them they give me... Read more »
My car insurance didn't cover the total debt from an accident. I owe an attorney $3K plus, they have suspended my drivers license until I pay them in full or $1K to set up a payment plan. Went to court to get a restricted driver's license to drive to work. The judge dismissed because I didn't have... Read more »
To answer your main question; No. There are limits to garnishment proceedings, but not payment plans. If you are having difficulty paying, consult with a consumer protection lawyer to determine your rights.
I recently received a letter from my chiropractic group telling me that my particular doctor was no longer with the group. It also informed me that they had reviewed my records and were “discharging me from the practice”. I would no longer be able to see any of their doctors, effectively... Read more »
Maybe find out what the problem is so that if it's a way you present you can avoid problems in the future. A physician can chose who they will see. There are many other chiropractors out there, many of them good. Try another.
There is a garnishment that could take place and they could possible take the max 25% which would prevent me from taking care of my children and myself.....i was reading about head of household exemptions and did not know if VA recognized this and if so what would the qualifications be for this.
We purchased a used 2017 SUV for just under $18,000. We put a $4,000 deposit down and financed the roughly $14,000 remainder. We were pre-approved through Capital One's auto loan program. The dealership ran our pre-approval and finalized our loan. Our first payment is supposed to be due the first... Read more »
This is taking place in the state of Virginia. She's actually harassing me but I can't file anything against her because I don't know anything about her.. How is this even possible? She keeps filing false charges against me, I don't know what to do
If the Protective Order civil case was heard in General District Court, she can appeal within ten (10) calendar days. The appeal is heard in the Circuit Court of the county where the first case was filed. Contact an experienced defense lawyer in your area for a full consultation.
The court date is a couple weeks away, just found out. I am POA and full-time caregiver for mom (she has dementia), we live in her house, she gets SS and small pension, no assets other than house. Could offer 3k lump sum to settle, but is that the right move? Do I even need to worry about her... Read more »
I purchased a car for a reputable car dealership. When purchasing my car, they agreed to pay of my existing car loan in the amount of $2480. That was the amount I signed and agreed to on all of my paperwork. I got a letter in the mail today saying that they sent the bank a check for $2840 in error... Read more »
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