I went to a car dealer looking to trade in my car for something new. They told me that my current auto loan does not show on my auto credit report. When I check my credit report - I see it listed only on Equifax. My original loan company was Condo...
I would suggest that make sure this v3ehicle is covered under your existing auto policy.. i would also consult with an attorney about your situation before you surrender the vehicle. He/she may be able to negotiate deficiency judgment which might arise after surrender and sale.See question
I live in a house that my mother and father bought. My father died in 2010 and left the house to my mother. I moved in shortly before he passed away and when he died, it was agreed I would stay to help with the bills and property. However my mothe...
Attorney Stewart's answer is correct, even if she is declared incapacitating at this time. The financial guardian or you would have to prove there was a valid promise not to sell, at leas at this time. I too recommend hiring an attorney to consult abour your rights at this time.See question
MY MOTHER IS VERY ILL. RIGHT NOW I AM TRYING TO WORK ARRANGEMENTS WITH CREDITORS TO CATCH UP ON HER BILLS THAT HAVE NOT BEEN PAID. I WAS TOLD THAT I WOULD NEED TO GET A POWER OF ATTORNEY OR LIVING WILL. WHAT OPTIONS DO I HAVE TO HELP WITH HER AFFA...
You should immediately consult with an Elder Law attorney, and have a proper POA and a Living Will drafted, assuming your mother is still competent to sign. In acting under the POA, you must separate and keep records of your mother's funds from your funds. Do not commingle any of your funds with your funds. Pay all of her debts with her funds, not yours.See question
My mother she no longer bathes herself when she does eat she eats with dirty utensils and dirty dishes she pees and pops herself and doesn't clean it up. Her house is gross her fridge has six month old food and milk in it. She is a hoarder the pla...
Since you are unable to assist your mother because of your pregnancy, you might wish to contact your mother's physician to contact the agency or a local Elder Law attorney. Either or both of them may be willing to speed the intake process with the County Agency.
I filed chapter 13 deductions started I womb $14746 on 50 cent bet I got cash can I keep it
The simple answer is NO. This can be modified by a "Maybe", if you immediately contact your attorney to file amendments to include the $14,000.00 and amendments to other schedules affected by this windfall. I suggest you do this before the 341 Meeting to avoid the Trustee or US Trustee taking action to compel you to either do the amendments or risk dismissal.See question
its a questionfrom afriend whose wife passedand the son was exeutor but it was changed to the wifes brother
There are several facts missing in order to answer your question. When did the deceased change the Will from her son to her brother? If she did not change it properly, who did?
I have changed the area of law to ProbateSee question
I know it is best practice not to but due to my current circumstances I would like to have one of my beneficiaries sign as a witness. The other witness is not a beneficiary.
In Pennsylvania there is no requirement to the probate a Will signed only by the Maker. I would suggest that as the previous responses indicate it would be better to use independent witnesses (do it correctly) or omit witnesses in which case the Will is no longer self-proving.See question
My aunt is in charge of my grandmals finances & property. We recently discovered a transfer of 1 of her propertys, wich has a value of over 1/2 million dollors, has been transfered into my aunts name for no price. She admited to putting in her nam...
There are too many omitted facts, to fully respond to the issues surrounding the transfer. Is your aunt acting under a power of attorney from you grandmother. How do your know that your aunt did not pay a price for the property? If there was no consideration paid, it raises an issue of "fraudulent conveyance". I would suggest that your father contact an attorney about the matter without further delay. You could also call the Office of Aging in the county where you grandmother is now living to ask them to investigate what appears to be possible elder abuse.See question
Curious on what I should do. After my husband was forcefully removed from our home (via PFA), I found hidden in my son's closet, 2 changes of addresses listing me as a NJ resident (his mom's previous and current address) when I live in PA. Bank St...
Here in Pennsylvania becoming involved in using the criminal process to collecting a civil debt is not "lawful". Going to the local District Attorney or directly to the police department may result in either a long delay or refusal to bring a prosecution because the police and the DA are busy enough fighting more serious offenses.
My suggestion would be to file a multiple count (including forgery, theft, etc. ) civil suit. If you get results, make sure that any settlement documents or verdict says fraud so that even if your ex files for bankruptcy the debt would not be discharged. I also suggest that this is not a DIY project so hire a local trial attorney to pursue your claim(s)
I have changed your area of practice to litigation.See question
I am disabled and am filling I am AP in bankruptcy on a deliberate tort on my own being that I can not afford a lawyer so what is my next step. I really need to be paid my 150000 judgement that is due to me because of deliberate personal injury.....
I answered this previously. Contact your local Bar Lawyer Referral Service and ask them if they are able to find a lawyer willing to work with you on a contingent fee basis to protect your debt from discharge,, if warranted, by the facts you recite. This is not a DIY project and probably not be eligible for pro bono services through North East Legal Services. You do not state whether your Debtor is in a Chapter 7 or Chapter 13 because the3re are deadlines set forth in the Notice of 341 Hearing which can under the proper circumstances can be extended.
I do suggest you act promptly.See question