I had a $400 medical bill that I was unaware of that was sent to collections, I got a notice and paid it a week or so after receiving the notice. A few months later I ran a credit check and saw that it was listed on my credit report and still show...
Simply write: "I dispute this and demand verification" on the item and mail it back to the CRA (all 3 should be notified: TransUnion, Experian, & Equifax)See question
of claim from Lender B stating that I owe them for the same loan. There are a total of six attorneys listed on all of the documents, and the weird thing is, they all work for the same law firm. And one representative from each lender appeared at t...
My colleagues are correct. Your attorney can notify the creditors of the duplicate claims for the same debt and simply request that one be withdrawn. If the creditor refuses, your lawyer should object to the duplicate claim. Be prepared to pay him/her for this extra task.See question
Thank you so much for answering my previous question. Does the suspended corp. have a time frame in which it needs to file for BK7? It has been almost two years since it was suspended. The timing of the BK was a maneuver of the Corp. as the truste...
Many times, it is unnecessary for a corproration (suspended or otherwise) to file bankruptcy. Best advice, is to find/consult an Avvo BK lawyer in your area. Some offer a free consultation to explain your options.See question
How are civil judgments (non child support) handled in personal bankruptcy with no assets?
General rule, civil judgment are discharged. If the creditor recorded an Abstract of Judgment, and the debtor owns RE, a motion to avoid the judgment liens might be necessary if the abstract impairs the debtor's homestead exemption.See question
secured claim against your assets? Or will they just wait until you complete your bankruptcy to come after you?
I concur with atty Enmark and add: a student loan is not a "secured debt" but it does have a higher priority in BK because it is usually guaranteed by the federal government. They usually have priority over general unsecured debts.See question
he was arrested for not going to see his probation officer and not attending court what's the minimum time and maximum time he can get?
He should find/consult an OH Avvo lawyer by using the "Find a Lawyer" tab. Some offer a free consultation to answer his questions.See question
I live at my friend's house. She is on probation. I know I cannot have anything in the house. Can she be arrested if I use outside the residence?
I concur my NY Avvo colleagues and add the following: get 2nd-3rd opinions by clicking the Avvo tab "Find a Lawyer".See question
1. The estate is going for final disposition and is now stated to be double what the administrator and attorney filed in original paperwork. 2. Other similar or more profitable businesses have sold for less. 3. I never received a report from t...
An accurate valuation of the business is important because fees for the attorney are computed/based on the total value of the estate. The higher the number the higher the fees. Consult 2-3 Probate lawyers in your area to get a second-third opinion.See question
he wasn't given a breatlyser test this is the same officer he has had conflics with in the pass also mentioned failure to maintain lanes,to get to our home there are winding roads what are some chances of him beating this case
Atty Adams has given you a plan to follow, and I add the following: (1) Tell your husband to get a lawyer ASAP. (2) Tell your husband to enroll in AA or similar program. Life is much more than consuming the next bottle of alcohol.See question
My "husband" has filed for divorce and wants shared custody with him having primary residence. I live in NC and he lives on Florida. My son has lived with me since he was 3 months old and has only seen his dad 2-3 times since he was 3 months and h...
I concur with the advice offered by my NC Avvo colleagues. I worry about folks who shop only by price. I understand it costs money to have a lawyer represent you, but are you willing to risk an adverse decision likely to result if you represent yourself?See question