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  • I GOT HIT BY A SUV WHILE CROSSING THE STREET. I DIDN'T FELL TO THE GROUND THE COPS WAS NOT CALL AND NO INFORMATION EXCHANGE.

    THE SAME NIGHT WHEN TO URGENT CARE. WAS TOLD I WAS A LITTLE SORE. I DIDN'T GET THE LICENSE PLATE OR NAME OF DRIVER BUT KNOW WHERE THE PERSON WORK

    Max’s Answer

    Hello. My name is Max L. Rosenberg and I am a Connecticut and New York licensed attorney at Rosenberg and Press, a Connecticut based law firm that handles personal injury. If you are interested in discussing your matter further please feel free to contact us for an appointment.

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  • I need advice on if I would be able to get some type of finance back due to a non reputable college who I think has wronged me.

    I and my wife attended a college back in 2004-2005, I received my degree but my wife did not finish, But I believe they have wronged us. They promised all kinds of things before signing up. Half of the teachers were not educated in what they taug...

    Max’s Answer

    My name is Max L. Rosenberg and I am an attorney licensed to practice in Connecticut and New York with my primary offices in Stratford about 15 to 20 minutes from Norwalk. It is possible that your student loans could be dischargeable in a bankruptcy on certain conditions similar to what the other attorney here have detailed. There is a very narrow window of opportunity that would allow such a discharge and my office has been working and succeeding with some very similar cases. We would need to be able to show that your degree from this school is not an actual marketable asset. I would be happy to answer more of your questions and I am relatively close by. Please feel free to contact us if you would like more information.

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  • Bank hasn't picked up boat after chapter 7 discharge 8 years ago.

    I have a boat that was included under my ex's chapter 7 bankruptcy that was discharged 8 years ago. The bank had a lien on the boat as well. I am trying to figure out what path I should go to get the title of the boat as my lien was in a subordina...

    Max’s Answer

    My name is Max L. Rosenberg and I am a Connecticut Bankruptcy Attorney. I agree with the other two answers here. I think you can either contact the bank that has the lien for a voluntary repossession or you can likely make an offer to own the item free and clear of all liens. If we can be of any service or if you have any other question, please feel free to contact us.

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  • What is the income cutoff for filing a Chapter 7 Bankruptcy in the State of Florida?

    I am single, head of household. I am not retired nor do I have any pensions. My only source of income is my full time job.

    Max’s Answer

    Hello. My name is Max L. Rosenberg and I am an attorney licensed in Connecticut and New York. If your monthly household income is less than the Florida median income for a household of your size, you are presumed to be eligible to file for Chapter 7 bankruptcy under Section 707(b)(2). For one person it is - $41,915 for two - $51,760 three $54,934 and four $65,260. I hope this helps.

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  • Is there a statute of limitations on foreclosure after discharge of mortgage in bankruptcy (state of NM)?

    Parents had mortgage discharged in bankruptcy 8 yrs ago. They continued making payments to lender until their death. Now lender is foreclosing. Is there a statute of limitations to prevent the foreclosure? We can find no record of agreement betwee...

    Max’s Answer

    My name is Max L. Rosenberg and I am a bankruptcy attorney licensed in Connecticut and New York. The problem you are facing is that while your parents were discharged of personal liability on the mortgage, the debt is still secured by the property. Therefore their payments allowed them to continue living in the house and even may have paid down the balance, but the bank always reserved the right to foreclose if they are not getting the security of mortgage payments. There should be a record of what the balance owed on the house is, and if you properly probated the estates of your parents, you should be able to receive it. You may be able to reinstate or pay it off. You still have rights to the property as heirs but you need to consult with an experienced foreclosure defense attorney. Best of luck.

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  • Divorce

    Is there an agreement my husband and I can file with the courts if we agree on a mutual divorce or do we have to file a summons and have the other person served etc?

    Max’s Answer

    Hello. My name is Max L. Rosenberg and I am an attorney/ mediator licensed in the states of Connecticut and New York. While you do have to go through the entire process as my colleagues have mentioned, you would be best advised to hire a mediator for a modest fee to put all the paperwork together and draft the agreement for you. Pricing on such a divorce mediation generally runs about $1,500.00. and includes bringing both parties to court to see that everything is taken care of properly. Please contact me if we can be of service.

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  • Want to object to my debts being discharged.

    I am a creditor in a bankruptcy case (chapter 7) and want to object to my debt being discharged. I was told I had 60 days from the creditors meeting which had been continued two weeks. Now I am told I can't object because the deadline was 60 day...

    Max’s Answer

    As previously stated, the deadline is 60 days from the original 341 hearing. However you should be aware that there are very few successful ways to object to your specific debts dischargeability. In general terms, one would need to prove that a debt that was created by way of either fraud or malicious intent. Barring that, unless there is some other fraud being perpetrated in the drafting of the bankruptcy petition, you have very little chance of success and are probably wasting your time. I hope this can help you.

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  • Would i get in legal trouble for leaving my house if im 17 but will be 18 in about two months.

    I am 17 i will be 18 in december i am in college and i have a job. If i were to leave my home now would i be in legal trouble? Would the police be able to bring me home and would i have to stay? What are the odds a judge would allow me to become e...

    Max’s Answer

    As my colleagues have already stated, you do not need to worry about emancipation. As for social services, ie food stamps and education, you need to apply and follow proper procedures. Good luck and remember to value family. If there is anything redeemable in those relationships you would be well advised to seek it and re-mediate it. If not, find new family. Family does not need to be people with whom you share blood, but people with whom you would shed your blood for.
    " Without a family, man, alone in the world, trembles with the cold." Andre Maurois

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  • My husband and I have no children together and we have been married for a year, we want a divorce.

    We have been fighting non stop. When we found out we could move out of an efficiency apartment to my husband's families farm house, his attitude towards me switched up. He told me "things were going to change" and if I'm not "up to his standards a...

    Max’s Answer

    I am an attorney licensed in the states of Connecticut and New York with my principle offices located in Stratford, Connecticut. Temporary support is possible but due to the short term of your marriage getting any kind of long term alimony post divorce would be difficult. There are other options available. You would be well advised to seek legal counsel very quickly. Please feel free to contact us for more information or a consultation.

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  • If I am being sued for supposedly causing bodily injury during a motor vehicle accident, could I go to jail?

    I hit a woman in the rear end of her car while changing lanes trying to get onto an exit, it caused her to crash into the water barrels at the entrance of the exit. She is claiming to suffer spinal injuries (which I heard are hard to prove, theref...

    Max’s Answer

    My name is Max L. Rosenberg and I am an attorney licensed in Connecticut and New York, based out of Stratford at Rosenberg and Press, LLC. The other attorneys answers are correct. You were not charged with anything. A civil case can be filed against you but going to jail is not a possible result. Civil and criminal courts are two separate systems. Your father's insurance will still be defending so long as they are put on notice and so long as you had permission to drive from your father. If you would like to discuss the case further please feel free to contact us.

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