I have to pay back the state of Washington for unemployment because they stated I didn't apply for right program..
Maybe. You didn't say how much they are claiming you need to pay back. But if it is less than a few thousand dollars, you probably ought to go into their office and see what the options are. Even if a bankruptcy can fix it, bankruptcy has a cost as well.See question
My ex ran into a building and i have been stuck w the debt since 2009 judgement lien garnishment is on my head.is it to late to sue him?
Maybe. Maybe not. Hard to answer a question based on a two-line synopsis. A consultation would be worth the few dollars it'd cost.See question
I have been recieving a lot of mail from law firms telling me that a lawsuit has been filed against me by Midland Funding Lic assumingly for credit card debt for $3404.00 in the Harris County Clerk's office on January 25, 2016. I have not recei...
If you haven't been served yet, and want to get a copy of the suit, you can call them and pay some amount of money to them to have it faxed to you, maybe. You can also go to the courthouse and get a copy.
Once you've seen the suit, you can call them and see if you can settle it. Based on what you have written, it's not worth filing bankruptcy over just yet, but a visit with a local bankruptcy attorney would be probably worth it.See question
I had a debt collector call my cell phone, my work phone and my friend's phone and left a recording stating that I will be reported to chex systems if I do not pay my unpaid balance. I called the phone number back and the customer service represe...
Download a call recording program so the next time you get a call. Then take the recording to an attorney. You can handle the whole thing by phone.
If you owe the money, best to pay it.See question
Someone bought a car in my husbands name 3 years ago. We found out who it was and was told they would repo the car. We live in Texas and this was in California. 3 years later we get a letter from Ally stating we owe 20k on a car we had bought. We ...
Have you actually been sued? Is there a judgment?
Not too hard to figure this out, but you'll need to visit with an attorney. Bring all the paperwork you have.
Good luck!See question
Ch 13 plan almost complete. I owe $2,368 of $29,420. 100% plan. Due to be complete in June 2016. I'd like to go ahead and pay it off. I asked my lawyer how this works and this is the response I got back...Just doesn't seem right to me: "He can pay...
Sadly, here in the real world, if you attempt to pay early, your trustee will question where the money is coming from. There is a lot of work and time required to prove that you aren't actually making more money than you reported. If you just gotten a raise, then the trustee will want to raise your payment for the duration of your plan.
That's why most bankruptcy attorneys will recommend that you don't mess with something that is working...just make your monthly payments and get your regular discharge.See question
Can a rim fiance place out of state garnish your wages of you live in texas
The general is no. However, sometimes, particularly if the employer's headquarters are outside the state, there are exceptions. If you are concerned about a judgment, there may be other ways of tackling it. Contact a local attorney and explain the situation.See question
I'm currently recording my first ep. I'm a no-name singer-songwriter with a limited fan base. I have this amazing idea for the album art, theme of the ep, and even the direction of the songs. I have a solid title that would make tie it all togethe...
If you are not pretending that you are sponsored or affiliated with a company, you can often get away with such things in a non-commercial setting. In a commercial setting, it's stickier. At the least, you should consider that you may be sued.
The details of what you are doing matter, so it warrants a visit to your local trademark attorney.See question
My brother has had to declare Chapter 11 bankruptcy for his Physical Therapy business. The lawyer representing him and his three partners (they hold 60%--he holds 40%) never seems to know what is going on and seems to be postponing and dragging t...
When you ask about a pro bono bankruptcy, most of us think of the poor or elderly who need a fairly simple filing. Chapter 11 cases are very complex in the best of times. However, I'm in the process of training an associate on C11, so you can call our office and make an appointment. We may not do it for free, but we'd be less than many.See question
I have a brand with Supplemental Register . I started manufacture my brand in 2012 and got the Supplemental Register on 2015? Now that I have my trademark can I stop others from using my brand name on Ebay, Amazon or any other online site. My bran...
It is important to understand what registration means and what it doesn't mean. You have a mark when you use a mark - registration is not even allowed at all before usage.
You don't "need" a federal registration to have a mark. The registration is an announcement to the world that you have the rights regarding the mark.
People who have been using the mark prior to your registration cannot be simply brushed aside. Answering these kinds of questions means you need to speak to one of us and in detail.See question