It sounds like you were taken in a scam. Did you review proper credentials? Did you make sure he was legitimate? I don't think any attorney will be able to help you. You may wish to contact the FBI or some governing authority.
We have handled several cases very similar to this and have been successful in recovering money for our clients in similar situations. I think it is a good idea to meet with an attorney who has similar experience and have the handle the matter. We would be happy to meet with you if you don't mind taking a trip to Stratford (1 hour away from you). Thanks!
Depending on the type of policy and the manner in which it was being paid you may have options and an ability to recover. You should meet with an attorney as soon as you are able to discuss the finer points of this issue. We would be happy to meet with you. We are located 15-20 minutes from East Haven in Stratford.
You should sit down with a personal injury attorney like our office immediately. You should also get yourself checked out at a doctors asap. Most auto injuries can take up to two weeks before all signs and symptoms manifest themselves fully. We would be happy to meet with you.
Your fiance's income will become part of your household income for the purposes of the bankruptcy when you marry. Therefore, you could wind up with a Means Test issue that could disqualify you from being able to file. It should be relatively easy for an experienced bankruptcy attorney to run the numbers and figure out if there is any danger of you losing your window of opportunity. Please feel free to consult with my office. We can tell you if it will endanger your ability to successfully file...
This will depend upon a number of different elements not the least of which is your previous criminal history. There may still be diversionary programs you can enter into if you have a clean record. Depending on your criminal defense attorney, you may be able to get community service and or other negotiated options. You definitely should seek experienced legal counsel.
Beyond what my colleagues have already written here, which is good advise, you would be well advised to contact the opposing counsel either through an attorney or yourself and determining if there is any solution that can be worked out. Please feel free to contact us with any questions.
You cannot discharge alimony or child support or intentional criminal acts that have resulted in criminal restitution orders or student loans or technically acts of fraud that you have perpetrated to steal, coerce or coax money from another party or any damages caused by intentional torts and finally reckless acts (which is the most difficult to prove) Please feel free to contact us for any other questions or concerns. We would be happy to schedule a free consult.
If your creditors get a judgment against you, they can execute upon your bank account as they have done and take the money directly out. You have the opportunity to apply for an exemption before the money is released from the bank. The creditor can also put a lien on your home or any other property you own and they can eventually foreclose and take the property or force an auction of the property. They can also garnish your wages. Bankruptcy, if you can apply, will get rid of most judgments and...