I have a paypal credit balance of about $2700. If this is discharged will paypal come after any balance I have in my business account. I use this to pay business expenses and to invoice my customers for services. If my business account stays open ...
After reading your question, the reply by Attorney Bunch and then all of the comments, I am "confused" by the "business account" used by your customers to pay you. I really suggest that you contact an experienced bankruptcy attorney, and there are several, in the Reading area to consult with the benefit of the attorney-client privilege to fully reveal the facts. AVVO is a public forum where you do not have an attorney-client privilege to protect your disclosures.
I have changed the area of practice to Bankruptcy and Debt since it is impossible to determined whether or not you are eligible to file a Chapter 7 under applicable requirements.
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My mom passed away in June of 2014. No will and no assets. I am trying to become administrator. My sister can not be located only by Facebook. She reads my messages but will not fill out and Mail the renunciation form. I've tried everything to fin...
I agree with Attorney Zellinger. With no assets you are wasting a lot of time over nothing.
I have changed the Practice Area to Probate as ther is no Will.See question
Father died in 2013. Mother still alive and sound mind. She left all property and buildings to me. My brother lives in the back yard for 15yrs. In a mobile home that he was repeatedly told to move and didn't, instead he added on so it couldn't be ...
Since your mother is still alive and competent, it is her right, not yours, to take whatever steps are taken to have her son cease and desist his present conduct. My suggestion would be for you mother to contact the Office of Aging in the county where your mother lives and ask them to investigate the situation as Elder Abuse. If your mother refuses, then possibly you should consider MYOB or go to the Office of Aging and seek an investigation.
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My mother has been in a nursing home and on Medicaid for more than 10 years. She is currently in hospice and when she dies her home will be sold for Medicaid Recovery in PA. I live 2000 miles away and have gone to the house 2X in the last year ...
Your facts are confusing. Suggest contacting an attorney familiar with Medicaid to fully explain your situation and answer your question(s)See question
Plaintiffs PRIMARY P.O.A lives out of state. She is listed on PFA that his younger daughter filed on dad's behalf. (He was in a coma&that daughter has been looking for a way to "poke a bees nest")-no hx of ANY TYPE of abuse-we are actually the Kod...
Suggest that that the P.O.A. contact a Pennsylvania Attorney who practices actions for a protective order in the County where your father resides or where the PFA is pending. I am unable to advise you as to whether the POA will have to travel from Tenn.See question
I have not received a notice of estate administration, nor any information on how to get a copy of the will as I understand that a beneficiary is suppose to received when named in a Will in Pennsylvania. My great uncle whom I was very close to d...
You are correct that you were not contacted properly by written Notice under Pennsylvania Law. Suggest you contact an attorney to assist you in securing a copy of the Will.See question
How would a beneficiary named in a Will go about verifying what in fact was willed to them? Also, does the beneficiary/ beneficiaries have the right to see the Will, and is it procedural that a Will is read with all of the named beneficiaries pres...
Within a reasonable time after death, the Will should be probated in the Register of Wills Office of the decedent's residence. If the decedent's residence was Leighton then the place for probate is in Carbon County at the courthouse in Jim Thorpe. If it has been probated, you can request a copy from that office. If the Will has not been probated and a reasonable time has past since date of death, you should consult with a probate attorney in your area to force probate.
There is no procedural requirement that a Will is read with all of the named beneficiaries present..
I did change the area of practice to Probate.
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to alert a creditor that I was filing bankruptcy. Creditor filed to make the judgment a judgment lien. Bankruptcy lawyer told me he was filing the petition the day It was completed in his office. Instead lawyer waited a couple of days to file p...
I do not see anything you need to do except make sure your Statement of Affairs and Schedules reflect the judgment entered prior to filing. Make sure your attorney moves to have the judgment lien removed since it was filed within 90 days of filing the petition.See question
I'm appealing in the appellate court. My mom friend was name beneficiary in her will. She was never notified about the initial hearing. (Orphans Court) does she have a standing in this?
There are not enough facts in your question to respond. Is your Mother deceased? If so, was your Mother's the Will probated? What are you appealing in the appellate court?See question
I own a retail tool sales business and give financing with weekly payback. I have a customer quit his job and now refuses to pay me he owes $450.+late fees. I give weekly receipts with payments and balance due. What procedure must I do to get my ...
Take you papers to the local Magisterial District Judge's office in the area where your debtor lives. Before you begin suit check out the costs of filing and service and weigh that against the maximum judgment you would recover, keeping in mind that securing the judgment is the first step. Can the Debtor pay the judgment if you have to spend more funds to collect it.
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