I live out of state for college. I completely did not realize that my tags had expired and when I went to renew them online, it says that I cannot renew them online since it is 90 days past my tag expiration.
To the best of my knowledge there is no penalty, you still have to pay the yearly amount though.See question
A debt from a promissory note is 3 months past due. He's reasons for not paying have been found to be deceiving and likely untrue. Looking for the next best steps in collecting the debt.
If they will not work with you to make payments your best recourse is likely going to be to file a civil sessions lawsuit.See question
I've recently received a civil summons and an affidavit of claim delivered to me by a warrants officer on behalf of a credit collection agency, who bought my debt (amount under $1500) from a credit card company. From what I can tell with the paper...
You really need to talk to an attorney to review everything. Most of the attorneys that practice in this area have free consultations. Having different amounts can be a red flag. You want to see if you have any defenses or possible FDCPA claims.See question
My husband is drawing SS disability and small VA monthly income. We have 2 personal loans he's thinking of not paying, legally what can they do? Can they take items we used for collateral?
Legal yes, however they don't often do so. You can force them to go to court and get a replevin order.See question
My husband owes a medical bill from 2 years ago. Yesterday I received a pink paper stating that my wages were going to be garnished to pay this bill! I received no notice, no court date, and it is not my bill, how can they just do that to me? Do I...
You can file a slow pay motion to stop the garnishment and get on a payment plan but you also need to find out what is going on. You had to have been sued but it is possible you did not get proper service. Additionally, in Tennessee spouses are responsible for their spouses medical expenses. You need to consult an attorney.See question
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