If you are already fighting a case and get indicted on another case that happened a year before the case you are already fighting do you have to pay a new bond? Will the bond you are out on just be continued?
I agree with the other two prior postings here. It's up to the judge. You should seek counsel. It is almost always a better result if you hire an attorney to represent you. Your bond or bonds is likely to be lower and you are paying to have an experienced legal mind represent your position most favorably to the Court. An attorney experienced in the court you are in front of is most qualified to accomplish that. Seek an attorney.See question
I am an active duty military dependent that is filing for CH. 7. I will be moving before my 341 meeting. Would this be considered extraordinary circumstances as I am fully dependent on the active duty member and have to move?
You should contact your attorney quickly so that he or she can get in contact with the trustee in your case. You may also be permitted to have a person with intimate knowledge of your situation appear on your behalf if you are truly unable to attend and have executed a power of attorney for this situation. I have never had the need to utilize this myself, and would imagine that the ability to accomplish this would vary by the trustee's level of trust given all of the circumstances surrounding your case. Your attorney should be able to give you sound answers after speaking with your trustee, contact him immediately.See question
This bike is paid for and has a clear title
The short answer is yes. However, it depends on the amount of exemption that you have available to you in a chapter 7. Your automobile exemption is $3450, and you have a wildcard exemption available of $1150. That would appear to leave some of your Harley unexempt, and therefore available for the trustee's distribution to creditors. You may "buy back" that unexempt portion, and there are several ways to accomplish this, but you need to seek experienced and qualified counsel in your jurisdiction, which is the northern district of ohio. Bankruptcy is a very complex area of law that has MANY interrelated parts that just a quick answer will not be completely accurate. Seek counsel.See question
I have a lot of debt and am maintaining the minimums , but am not making any progress . I am sometimes behind on my mortgage payments and credit card payments . I have over $ 40K in credit card debt after losing a salaried job and have only eq...
A Chapter 7 eliminates all of your unsecured non-priority debt, while a chapter 13 reorganizes all or most of your debt. Your apartment will likely be no issue to the trustee if it is sold prior to the filing, however, the proceeds from that sale will be. I am an attorney in OH so I would advise you to contact an experienced bankruptcy attorney in your jurisdiction.See question
The bankruptcy was for credit cards and now I have been sued again for the same thing . I won the case for the credit card last year but now they are spelling .
IF you have received a discharge from the previous bankruptcy, you are not eligible to receive another chapter 7 discharge for 8 years from the date of filing. IF you have received a discharge from the previous chapter 7 filing you are not eligible to receive a discharge from a Chapter 13 filing for 6 years from the date of filing. You should consult an experienced bankruptcy attorney to discuss possible options in your case. You may be able to find a resolution to your situation without the necessity of a discharge.See question
Less than 180 days after my filing , a relative passed on . His will left all assets specifically to a trust , of which I am a beneficiary . ( I didn't know . ) The trust says that upon his passing the Trustee will distribute the appropriat...
I would suggest that you contact a competent estate planning attorney in your jurisd undue however iction. The trustee may make a claim upon the windfall if it is withing the 180 days of filing.See question
I already filed the 2nd round of forms.
You do not have the absolute right to dismiss a chapter 7 case. If there are assets available to the trustee in the case the trustee's office may not allow a voluntary dismissal. You should speak to an experienced bankruptcy attorney in the jurisdiction in which you filed.See question
i have been trying agencies for help . i have chronic pancreatic which doctors wot allow me to work . i had to choose between medicine or rent . i have three kids , please help
the short answer is no. You cannot avoid the financial eviction through a legal process if you have failed to pay rent. I would suggest you contact your landlord directly to avoid the eviction. You may have other legal recourse but do not state so in your question.See question
- i don't have any assets at this time ( but will get a divorce settlement in near future ) . I might face a lawsuit and a possible judgment before i get my settlement . - can i file a bankruptcy if judgment happens before the settlement ? ...
You should seek the counsel of an experienced bankruptcy attorney. Assest that have accrued value at the time of the bankruptcy filing will become part of the bankruptcy estate. Determining which chapter of bankruptcy is the correct one will require extensive interaction between you and your bankruptcy attorney. Without a complete financial picture of your circumstances are right now, and what they may look like in the future, you cannot get a great (maybe not even an accurate) answer. I would contact an experienced bankruptcy attorney in your area. Most offer a free consultation, but even if they don't it is money well spent.See question
property. The only money I have is from child support. I get 283 dollars every other week about 566 dollars a month from child support. Could they take my child support money to paid off the credit card.
I concur with the statements provided by the other two attorneys. I would suggest you contact the Cuyahoga County social services department to see what available services may be provided to you at little or no cost. At some point you may wish to consider discharging the debt through a bankruptcy proceeding if you expect the creditor to be able to collect on the judgment in the future. There may be legal services available to you in the Cleveland area at little or no charge. I would contact the Cleveland Bar Association to see if such services are available to you. While I bankruptcy may not be necessary for you now, you may wish to consider one in the future.See question