$1700 should I pay it again? I really don't want a judgement but I'm out of options I think
You need to consult with a consumer rights attorney (probably in Nashville). PRA frequently violates the FDCPA and thus you want someone that can review this prior to paying on it.See question
My dad lives in TN also and is retired.
Should not be a problem so long as you didn't have a prior interest in the property. With few exceptions property of the estate is determined as of the date of filing. It me even be safer to do it now if he his as there is a 6 mo recoupment for inheritance. Regardless you should consult your attorney!See question
My wife was served a civil warrant for debt collection however she did not receive any notice of this debt before this nor was given the opportunity to pay or deny it.. She was not provided anything in writing concerning the debt before this or a...
I strongly suggest contacting a consumer rights attorney to see if there are defenses or can be settled etc.See question
My check has been garnished for a vehicle I previously had under bankruptcy.The debt is over 10,000,but my bankruptcy has been dismissed.My employer has taken this money out since 9/3/14.I thought it was only for 180 days how do I stop this!
Garnishments are good for 6 months and then must be refiled. You need to talk to an attorney. You may have consumer claims.See question
About 7 yrs ago my grandmother received a summons regarding a credit card debt that had gone into default. She went to court, agreed to pay $25 month for 6months. I'm in process of trying to sell my home and during title search they discovered a l...
It is very likely the creditor will take a lump sum settlement to remove the lien. You may have better luck using an attorney. Also it is possible if she is living there that the lien can be removed in a bankruptcy as indicated. I would consult with an attorney.See question
Judgement here in Tennessee. I am unemployed and filing for disability. No money and own nothing but a 2004 ford focus I need to exempt.
In the 15 years I have been doing this I have never seen a creditor come after a vehicle (unless it was a Porsche etc.) However you can obtain the form here:
I would like to keep this from ruining my chances of renting in the future.i am single and am staying with a friend now i had let a boyfriend move in with me who wasnt on the lease and shes got a lawsuit against both of us.
I suggest you contact an attorney. As to you because you only get SSDI they cannot garnish that. Bankruptcy will likely affect your rental prospects just the same as the judgment. I am more concerned with them suing your boyfriend if he was not on the lease.See question
I look to buy an investment property, with one year working history and only 5 year credit history, the mortgage company asked me to have a cosigner for approving the loan. So I am purchasing the investment property with a cosigner on my loan even...
No, they do not have to be on the deed. They will have to sign the deed of trust though.See question
There was a default judgment against me for $20,000 and $`10,500 was levied/garnished from my husband and I's bank account? How long do I have to context/appeal it?
You can not contest/appeal the levy to my knowledge unless the money was from exempt funds (ie SSI/SSDI/retirement/VA) . If that is the case you can file a motion to quash and I would do so immediately. If that is not the case then you would have to file a motion in the circuit court to try to get the default judgment set aside. This is not easy to do and you must have a very good reason.See question
My father passed away back when I was 8. I am 18 now. I have been getting almost 800+ a month ever since he has passed away. My parents are now complaining how my college is coming out of their pocket. Where did my money go than? I need help.
What exactly is your question. It sounds like you received survivor benefits until you were 18.See question