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I bought an 07 Hyundai Tucson for around $13,569 at $358 per month with an interest rate of 24.99 for 72 months. I have paid 16,576.31 over 3.5 years and only $203 has been applied to my principal balance. I owe 15,742.36. Each month I am charged ...
Based on the limited information you supplied, it sounds like you signed a contract for a vehicle, and you now are feeling the pain of the high interest rate. If you have a 72 month loan, then the payments should and after 72. If during that time you have work that needs to be done on the vehicle, you would be 100% responsible for that unless you purchase a warranty on the vehicle for the work that needs to be done. Regarding the charge for payment over the phone, you can avoid that by making your payment through the mail. If you are unable to make your payments and fix the vehicle, you may want to talk to a bankruptcy attorney about filing a Chapter 13 bankruptcy.See question
There is a judgment against me from a creditor in georgia. I have tried to get it satisfied but I cannot get hold of the creditors or the creditor lawyers and it's been a month. The law firm said that as per client request it was closed and to cal...
Contact a litigation attorney in the county where the judgment occurred. There are a couple of options for you, one is for you to challenge the judgment and see if the creditor comes back to the court. If you can get them to come back, you can satisfy the judgment. If they don't respond, you could ask the court to set aside the judgment and dismiss the case all together.
Another option would be to find out whether the court will except the payment and summarily close the judgment.See question
I purchased a bacon egg and cheese biscuit from McDonald's on 08/23.It had a blue foreign material baked into my biscuit that I'd consumed .I became sick.I for almost a month.I have Dr. Bills $1,647.I experienced adominal pains,diarrhea, naus...
If you ate it then the evidence is gone. A personal injury attorney would likely want to get some sort of evidence from your doctor showing that the substance you ate caused your sickness. That would likely be extremely hard to do. Talk to a personal injury attorney to evaluate your case.See question
The debt is old, it's 4 years old , the property has been resold and it's been closed on my credit. Now is it legally for them to sue?
Yes. They usually have 6 years to sue you. Talk to an attorney about your debt relief options.See question
The eviction was placed upon my credit, but the debit shows closed. Now another company that bought the property is now trying to sue, is this legal in Georgia?
It can stay on your credit report for 7.5 years from the date of last activity (usually when first listed). Georgia statute of limitations on a lease contract is usually 6 years. That time may have been 'tolled' allowing the creditor more time. Speak with an attorney about your debt relief options.See question
Just need a divorce
Contact attorneys that work in your county. Go to Find A Lawyer in AVVO.com, enter divorce in Practice Area and enter your City and State on location.See question
My brother is on parole an got arrested in another County for an altered form of I'd fake grenade it's a level 2. We he be able to get a bond. Thanks
No attorney can guarantee the outcome of a bond hearing. A criminal attorney should be hired.See question
A judgement was entered against me. ( I didn't receive notice of hearing.). Reached a settlement and began payments. Paid for over 2 years then my payments were returned and po box abandoned by collection company. I requested courts vacate judge...
If what you are saying is 100% accurate, you may not owe some interest, but the vacating of a judgment wouldn't mean you don't owe the money and wouldn't mean that the creditor couldn't collect what is owed. An attorney would need to look at the entire matter to advise you what your rights are and what the creditors rights may be.See question
I left my previous job in June of 2015. In January of this year, I had some Kidney issues and had to go to the hospital a couple of times and i did not have insurance at the time. My bills have come in and total in excess of $26K. I started...
Go to your financial advisor and talk to them about opening an IRA and doing a rollover. The broker should be able to navigate that process and advise you. This probably is not a legal issue until and unless you find out that your money isn't there.See question
I live in Cobb County, Georgia. I have been separated from my husband for nearly one year now. We don’t have any children or assets. We simply want to be divorced and go our separate ways. I don’t want anything from him and he doesn’t want anythin...
I believe the Cobb county legal aid office has a class on uncontested divorce where an attorney goes over the process. Cobb legal aid also has an uncontested divorce packet on their website. Working with an attorney will save you more time and would be a safer way to protect yourselves, but the above options are the cheapest.See question