He is looking for where to go to get advice. The Deans at the school are also part of this mess. The school holds weekly black lives matter meetings in middle of campus. This Marine Veteran sits and watches them. He is peaceful. They dont like him...
If there has been a publication of defamatory material, SSgt Chambers can see an attorney about a legal claim. Otherwise, you have not described anything that sounds remotely like harassment.
You describe a person who is exercising his constitutional right to post his questions. It sounds like people are being critical of him for doing so...also exercising their constitutional rights. Please thank your friend for is service, but also remind him that he took an oath to uphold the Constitution and that includes the rights of people who disagree with him.See question
Filed chap 13. I listed where my money went and said we helped my son a lot by paying utilities ,vehicle, insurance, etc., All this was in my name. Court trustee filed Stipulation of Waiver of Statue of Limitation and listed my son as transfer...
The transfers you made to your son might be considered a fraudulent transfer under the bankruptcy code. Suppose I gave my dad $10,000 and then filed Chapter 7 the next day. The Chapter 7 trustee could sue my dad to get the $10,000 back to pay some of my creditors.
In the context of a Chapter 13, this type of transfer is generally not relevant because you are paying debts over time instead of having your assets sold off in a Chapter 7. However, you might also convert to a Chapter 7 case later. A fraudulent transfer action generally must be brought within 2 years of the case being filed and Chapter 13 trustees generally don't do this. The Chapter 13 trustee probably asked you or your attorney to sign the stipulation in order to preserve the right of a Chapter 7 trustee to pursue the issue if you end up converting the case down the road.See question
to have his concrete walkway jackhammered, the sewer line, and replace concrete. I have read some cases which say I am not responsible. Who knows if his line was already cracked, and the mositure attaracted the roots from my tree? I had told him t...
Tell your homeowners insurance about the potential claim. They probably won't do anything unless your neighbor sues and he would have the burden of proof to show that that it was your tree that caused the damage.See question
are there any CCPs or other laws which either specifically preclude or allow me to request court transcripts from a prior court proceeding between two parties, as part of the Request for Production of Documents? A trial is upcoming, and the procee...
You have not right to demand the transcripts in discovery, but you can purchase them from the court reporter.See question
I was at a concert recording the set when my friend accidentally hit my phone out of my hand while dancing, causing it to fly in the air. I couldn't find it so I assume someone took it. Could I sue him for this?
You haven't describe anything that sounds like a valid claim.See question
I filed for bankruptcy from an unemployment case. I was given bad advice to file bankruptcy as the amount is not a dischargable debt to begin with as I found out after the fact. The court shows the public records as discharge even though the jud...
Your question doesn't make a lot of sense. Unless you waived your discharge, most of your debts would have been discharge. Also, what difference does it make how it shows on your credit report? You filed for bankruptcy and that is a fact that will remain on your credit for up to 10 years. Also, the unemployment case would have been discharged unless the creditor sued you in bankruptcy for fraud or some other grounds to have the unemployment case carved out from you discharge. There are many aspect about your description that just don't make any sense.See question
I'm looking into filing chapter 7. My home is paid in full. I don't owe anything on it. Will it be sold in the liquidation? If I want it to be sold in athe liquidation can I do that? Also, if after all debts are satisfied and there's money left ov...
I did not practice law in Illinois, but it is my understanding that you state's homestead is exemption is fairly small ($15,000 for a single debtor and $30,000 for a married couple). If filed for Chapter 7 and the trustee sold your house, the trustee would pay you the exemption and pay the creditors and costs of sale. if there is money left over after all claims were paid in full, you could get some money back.
You should consult a local bankruptcy attorney. Chapter 13 might be a better option for you or this might be one of those rare occasions where debt settlement might be better for you.See question
received a call from one of the companies that I owe and they told me they don't work with this particular Debt Settlement company. Seemed a little weird that they would call me to tell me this.... Is this true and legal?
Unless the debt settlement company is a law firm, there is no legal requirement for your creditors to work with a debt settlement company.
In the case of consumer debts, California's Rosenthal Act does allow the debtor to hire an attorney and require the creditor to communicate only with the lawyer.See question
There are approx. 20 investors in a Life Settlement Policy (also known as a Viatical). The insured has died and the monies are due each investor. The trustee is not forthcoming and we are forced to sue him. Each investor has invested varying per...
There really isn't a right or wrong answer to this, unless there is already an existing contract specifying what would happen in this type of situation. If the investors decide to pool their resources and save money on legal fees, the attorney should get conflict waivers from all of them. Alternatively, consider ask the attorney if he/she is willing to work on a contingent fee basis.
Sharing the legal fees on a prorata basis sounds fair, but that's up to the parties to decide.See question