I WAS ASSURED, THAT MY LEASE WAS GOING TO BE RENEWED; ON 10/9/2015, I RECEIVED AN EVICTION NOTICE AND WAS GIVEN THE PHONE NUMBER OF THEIR CORPORATE OFFICE, I PHONED TWICE FOR THE REASON OF MY EVICTION, THEY HAVE NOT CALLED ME BACK; FIVE RESIDENTS ...
You can try the lawyer referral service for the San Diego County Bar Association. However, you haven't described anything that would indicate that you have a valid claim.See question
Filed chapter 7 4 years ago. We included our house and second mortgage. We did not reaffirm and the case was discharged. We did do a loan modification after discharge and all they did was include our missed payments. We just tried to refinance at ...
The Chapter 7 discharged your personal liability for the second mortgage. However, you cannot remove the lien in a Chapter 7 bankruptcy. It remains as a lien on your home and you might be able to negotiate a settlement the them, but the lien remains as a cloud on title.
Consult a local bankruptcy attorney to see if you might qualify for a Chapter 13 to get rid of the lien.See question
I ended up calling the insurance plan, and they let the attorney know that he could NOT double dip, and per contract he is paid $1500 by them and cannot claim anything else. He said it would take 2 months to "get the money back to me" (meaning ba...
I accept certain types of legal insurance and the insurance pays a fee the covers the fees through confirmation of the plan. I will also remain the attorney of record for the next 3 to 5 years and the terms of the legal insurance allow me to collect that portion of my fee through the plan.
In my area, the standard fee for a Chapter 13 is usually 3600. I collect some from the legal insurance and the rest via the plan payments. The attorney might not necessarily be doing anything wrong.See question
My father and his business partner hired Lawyer X to help represent their business in a legal matter. The suit is still ongoing, but they no longer receive the services because they believe the lawyer wasn't doing a very good job. Of a total of $2...
You didn't ask a question, so it is not clear what you want. It looks like lawyer decided not to pursue your father's business partner for some reason. It also looks like your father did not file any document with the court to oppose the lawsuit. Your father needs to speak with an attorney right away.See question
At my job we have been hearing, for the last year or so, that we shall be receiving a back pay for overtime worked in the last few years. I don't know exactly how much but it won't be a large amount especially once they take out for taxes. Due to ...
You need to consult with a local bankruptcy attorney to explain how bankruptcy exemptions work in your state. The amount of money you receive will determine whether you could keep it this potential back pay claim or not. If the amount is small enough, you might be able to file for bankruptcy and still keep it,.
On the other hand, you might need to wait until after getting the payment before filing the case. if would lose the claim, a bankruptcy attorney could show you how to use the money before filing.See question
I thought the person who mailed out the document had to be a non party and not the attorney. Can the attorney sign the POS saying he mailed out the documents?
Attorneys can definitely sign a proof of service. They are not a party to the action.See question
My debt is less than $50,000
You are not legally required to have an attorney for a Chapter 13 case. However, a Chapter 13 is difficult enough when you HAVE any attorney and I do not recommend going without one. I suggest you use AVVO attorney search functions and at least get a free consultation going with a local attorney.See question
My wife had a stroke and can no longer work.i filed bankruptcy over 10 years ago we cant pay all our bills anymore and I dont know what to do.also im in a plan cold credit cards af american it lowered my interest rate so there be paid up in 4 yea...
I'm sorry to hear about you situation. It must be very stressful.
It has been long enough since your last bankruptcy that you should be eligible to file again. it sounds like you might be a good candidate for Chapter 7, but should consult a local bankruptcy attorney for further information.See question
I have a credit card debt that I owe that I have been paying on for years. The credit card company then sent my debt to a collection agency. After struggling to maintain a payment plan due to unemployment, my debt was then managed by a law firm ac...
You should take the paperwork you signed to a local attorney, but you may have signed a document allowed them to enforce the settlement as a judgment if you missed any payments. When the creditor sues the borrower and they reach a settlement agreement, this a very common settlement arrangement.
It might even be stipulated judgment. If they have a judgment and you defaulted on the payments, chances are pretty good that they have the right to seize your bank account.See question