I moved out my home in June do to foreclosure. I went through a divorce and lost it. Is there anyway I can get it back?
If there has already been a foreclosure sale the only likely way to get it back would be to repurchase it.
If the foreclosure has not been conducted you can get it current or file a chapter 13 bankruptcy.
My husband and I recently applied for a home refinancing loan. Which was denied. He has well over $50,000.00 in school loans, that was reported on the credit report given to us by the lady we were working with. We sent a letter of dispute to Exper...
You need to see a consumer rights attorney. You can also pull a credit report from all three companies at annualcreditreport.comSee question
Rent is do on the 1st of the month after the 5th it's considered late. Rent must be turned in by the 15th or eviction process will start. Have the rent ready to pay leasing office won't except the rent payment on the 15.
If they file a detainer warrant that will show up on the public records section of your report.See question
I am currently not working with no income.
Yes and you can amputate your arm without a doctor too. Most attorneys provide free consults and payment plans. I would strongly suggest at least getting a free consult.See question
I am in debt with Advanced Financial and they turned over the case to a lawyer's office in Nashville that lawyer's office has served me with papers to go to court but they did not set up payment arrangements before this matter
Yes, very typical. You can likely set up payments with them or you can file a motion with the court for a payment plan.See question
I want to know the laws for open carry in Nashville Tennessee
It is my understanding that to carry in TN you must have a permit. However you can carry in your car without a permit. Constitutional Carry failed in the state legislature earlier this year. I am not promising the above is all correct.See question
The apartment complex where I have lived for 11 years was sold and the new owners have evicted everyone. I have had trouble finding a new place to live due to lack of money from being disabled. The new owners have a judgment against me and said th...
You can file any and all of the following:
2.A motion to pay in installments (aka slow-pay motion)
3. Your list of exempt property
My wife has dual nationality (US & Canada, natural born Canadian). We're heading for a Chapter or a judgement against (whichever gets there first). Wife may need to return to Canada to deal with some end-of-life/assisted living paperwork having ...
I have never heard of this and do not understand how either could be possible. Talk to your bankruptcy attorney.See question
Lately I've been harassed by debt collectors who some how found my mother's phone number. They say they are going to first put me away for a double felony, then they said they would send out an arrest warrant. Now they are serving me court papers....
This is either a scam or a serious FDCPA violation. You need a consumer protection attorney.See question
They said I took out a loan on the internet a few years ago and never payed it back. I known I was dumb for trying to get one and gave out my bank information but never saw any money. I asked what date did it go into my acc and they wouldn't tell ...
I agree that this is likely a scam. You can google the number calling you and see who it is. If it is a known debt collection company you can send a cease and desist and also talk to an attorney to see if you have an FDCPA or other consumer rights causes of action against themSee question