I didn't get any funds-I even had the sheriff put a trace on their check, so they know I didn't receive funds. Court has a' hold' on my bank levy money (levy served 08/23/2012). What can I do? (to get my funds)
Assuming there was a judgment awarded in your case, you may be able to file a motion to have the lien removed. I would suggest getting a copy of the check if you can and get copies of all of your bank statements to show the money was not deposited to your account. You may need to consult with a consumer law attorney in your area.See question
we had car reposested.
If the car's value was enough to satisfy the debt, then it isn't likely the creditor will pursue anything further. If you still owe money, the judgment will remain unsatisfied until it is paid in full. The creditor may charge interest, seek a garnishment action with your employer, or possibly seek a garnishment against a bank account, depending on the laws of your state. You may want to consult with a credit repair agency in your area.See question
While in college, I took out a private loan through Sallie Mae (HUGE MISTAKE) to help pay rent, tuition, books and others expenses. This loan has been sent to a collection company due to late/missing payments. Sallie Mae has informed me that even ...
Without knowing the details of the original loan agreement you would have signed, the answer to your questions is probably yes - they can continue to charge interest and late fees. Try to negotiate a payment arrangement that will waive late fees or attempt to negotiate a settlement if you can. You may also have the option to negotiate directly with Sallie Mae. You may need to provide financial information, like tax returns, to support your request. Good luck.See question
My grandson was in a minor car accident, grandsons attorney said this is required by American Family insurance to accept the settlement although this is not legally required by Wisconson law. Son was told by signing this over to attorney, will g...
When a minor receives a settlement or an inheritance, the law requires a guardianship of the minor's estate to protect the minor's best interests. It's likely the guardianship petition is for both parents or one parent to serve as guardian, not the attorney. A guardian ad litem will be required as well. The local county probate office may be good place to start to answer questions about the guardianship process.See question
the man told me i had to pay today to avoid criminal charges. i couldnt pay. i know that they will take me to court but they are trying to charge me with check fraud with a payday loan.
It is possible for the district attorney's office to get involved if the amount involved is significant, especially if there is some proof you may have intentionally written a NSF check. If there is a contract or agreement, be sure to review the terms and conditions. Maybe you can renegotiate the payment terms to stay out of court.See question
asked them to leave my property is there anything i can do please some on tell me what to do
Either privately retain a criminal defense lawyer or go to your local public defender office.See question
this pertains to a lawyer who is suppose to be probating a will and has not kept me informed of what is going on and I am one of the four heirs of the estate
The State Bar of Georgia may be able to assist you with filing a complaint or possibly intervening with the attorney.See question
disorder. She has been raped a few times. She has never paid a bill. She needs to be admitted to a mental health facility that provides rehab and helps her with her mental health. She needs long time care. She has been to rehab 2 times for 30 day ...
If your daughter is not competent or unwilling to sign a POA to allow you to make decisions on her behalf, you may want to consider petitioning for temporary guardianship. You may also have the option to petition for a mental committment order. Guardianships for adults are typically handled by the probate division. Your county likely has an adult at risk agency available to provide guidance and assistance. You can also contact your county's corporation counsel office for assistance if a mental committment is necessary or if your daughter should be placed in a facility for her own protection. You may also want to consult with a local attorney how handles adult guardianships.See question
I was recently picked up in Williamson county for some warrants.A few of the tickets which resulted in the warrants were for driving with no insurance. I have always had insurance, but I did not have my card with me, so I was issued citations. I w...
If you know which court found you guilty of the offense, you can contact the court to find out if you can request to have the judgment re-opened. If the court allows you to re-open, you will have an opportunity to try to convince the court to dismiss or amend the citation and possibly reduce the forfeiture amount. You may want to consult with a local attorney who handles traffic citations. Good luck.See question
Recently, I deposited large amount without realizing lien was still on account from 2 years ago. How do I get lien removed as credit agency has been dragging their feet. I have canceled check proving payment, did forward copy of cancelled check ...
Are you able to contact the original creditor? If a judgment was taken against you, you may need to obtain a satisfaction of judgment and file that in the circuit court where the judgment was entered. Then request that the lien be removed by filing a request with the court. You may want to consult a local collection or consumer law attorney.See question