Farmers insurance has been taking money out of my account without my permission; I was not aware of it; I recently found out after two years. what should I do? Can I file a case against them? Can I file a complaint against the bank? My bank sai...
You haven't provided enough information. How exactly did Farmers get you banking information? Did you not see the withdrawals on the bank statements? You either knew about the withdrawals or just didn't look at your bank statements very carefully. Have you talked to Farmers about why they were taking your money?See question
I was arrested with another male while I was in the parking lot of a shopping mall an associate of mine was without my knowledge stealing from the dept store in question. They have security footage of two male suspects the 2nd Suspect is also stea...
You haven't described anything that could reasonably be described as racial profiling. In fact, your description makes its sound like they had a reasonable basis to believe that you were involved.See question
I asked my attorney for an itemized receipt and he refuses to send one, what can I do? It's been 2 months.
Your question is unclear regarding what you are asking for and why you need it. Legal fees in a Chapter 13 are generally done on a flat fee basis. I've never provided a receipt or my time sheets to a client in a Chapter 13 case.
if you are taking about an accounting of the money you paid into the plan, the trustee will give you a copy when it is ready.See question
BEFORE the received notice of the BK but mailed the summons complaint AFTER knowing. I had the summons served and the federal local rues require mailing and filing POS after mailing. Can I do this otherwise I will not meet the 90 day deadline to ...
if you are attempting to collect a debt against someone in bankruptcy and served the summons despite having knowledge of the bankruptcy, you did violate the automatic stay.
if you are referring to the 90-day deadline in Rule 4(m) of the Federal Rules of Civil Procedure, you could have moved for an extension of time per the terms of that Rule. If you aren't facing a statute of limitation problem, you could dismiss the case without prejudice and refile later if the bankruptcy falls through.See question
I am a married fellow who has insurmountable conflicts with the spouse. There is no property involved, but there is Warner Brothers medical insurance. She is an executive at Warner Brothers. I am a company owner for an SEC COMPLIANCE COMPANY . I k...
I've placed your question in the correct category, so hopefully you get a response from a qualified attorney. With medical insurance issues involved, you should speak with a local family law attorney.See question
In the past two years I have had 2 wage garnishments. This morning I received a 3rd. I am at the end of the rope financially. Should I file Bankruptcy? What can I do to stop the Garnishment? I literally cannot make it if this goes into effect.
Bankruptcy might be an option and would stop the garnishment, but you need to consult a qualified bankruptcy attorney to see if you qualify.
In the mean time, consider filing a claim of exemption. If you have multiple garnishments going, they cannot take more 25% of your net page. You might be able to get the garnishments reduced or eliminated.
I'm going to file an answer and probably moving into discovery at some point. My question is about this... I keep hearing stories about "If you can't afford their settlement or payment plan, go to court and tell the judge you can only afford $X a ...
In ability to pay is not a legal defense to a lawsuit in California and the authority of California judges is limited.
In California small claims court, the judge can order a payment plan upon the motion of the judgment debtor. Sometimes this can be done at the smalls trial or on a post trial motion.
In regular superior court, sometimes the parties agree to go to a judicial settlement where a judge tries to help the parties hammer out a settlement agreement, but the judge cannot force anybody to accept the settlement.
If the creditor wins, gets a judgment and starts a wage garnishment, you can file paperwork with the sheriff's department to ask that the garnishment to be reduced based on you ability to pay and a judge could eventually decide the issue.
You should consider contact a locally bankruptcy attorney for a consultation.See question
I gave birth 2014. My divorce wasn't finalized yet at that time so the hospital told me that I couldn't put my ex boyfriends name on her birth certificate. My ex boyfriend chose the name of our daughter and her last name was his last name. He is n...
You can file a petition to change her name with the court. You can find more information and this link form the Superior Court in San Francisco: http://www.sfsuperiorcourt.org/self-help/name-changes. You should contact a local attorney for assistance.See question
My husband and I are legally separated and going to get divorced. We are filing for Bankruptcy before we file for divorce. I have lived in another state now for 3 months. I am told we need to file in the state where he lives and where the debt occ...
Attendance at the Meeting of Creditors is generally mandatory unless you are excused by the United States Trustee or make satisfactory arrangements with to appear by telephone. You should hire an experienced bankruptcy attorney to help you.
I know of colleagues that have filed bankruptcy cases for people that were in jail and could not attend their hearing in person. I am also aware of cases where the debtor was in the military and testified form aboard their ship or from where they were deployed. Therefore, it is possible to attend via telephone if they UST allows it. An experience attorney can help yo with this.See question