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WRS is approx 14k. The car has 4k left for payments. This person has already declared bankruptcy over 30 years ago. Has over 25k in debt (credit cards and hospital). Just lost a relationship with a person that was helping pay... But now is thr...
The person you mention is eligible to file a chp. 13 , or if eligible, to file a chp 7 bky.See question
The collection agency filled a lawsuit for a debt. The court trial was setup for early next month. I have called their attorney and paid the settlement amount that we agreed upon. My question, do I need to need to be at the court on the trial date...
If you have not been served, the court does not have jurisdiction over you.
Check online, if that is available to you.
I was sued on a debt in 2010. The Creditor has recently filed for a garnishment but the amount of the garnishment requested is more than what the court granted even with the interest added over the last 7 years.
Judgment interest may vary, the default rate is typically 9% at simple interest, but may be higher if the contract rate is incorporated into the judgment.
Also, there are court costs associated with each garnishment.
Check the judgment and interest on MO case.net.
What is a reasonable amount of time to ask for an extension on a lawsuit case.
Civil Rule of Procedure Rule 17, sometimes called the "rocket docket" rule, requires a judge to report on the timeliness of disposition of cases. Some state circuits may allow opine-ended extensions, others will continue the case for four weeks, often called a "rollover" of the case.See question
My father passed away and left me with a estate which has 6 units that we rent and that pays the mortgage payments
Judgment liens on real estate arise under state law.
Some states allow the lien to arise with the issuance of judgment.
As the land is not yet in your name, I suggest you consult a local atty before completing the change of title on the real estate.
I just completed my 341 Meeting yesterday for a Ch.7 I filed Pro Se. The Trustee actually complemented me on my thoroughness on my petition and preparedness for the meeting. How do I actually find out what was discharged? Do I need to wait the 60-...
Your hearing notice contained a date to determine the dischargeability of debt.
In St. Louis, a no asset and uncontested ch 7 case will typically receive a review for an order of dischargeability within three business days of that date. Usually an order of discharge will be issued within 2-3 business days thereafter.
I am being threatened by someone that claims I/O them money. This is not a debt is being collected through a legitimate debt collector. This is someone who used to be a friend. They are threatening to release details about my personal life to mu...
Slanderer/ libel are rarely actionable under law.
Extortion is usually brought as a criminal action.
Your recited facts are not supportive of any of these legal actions.
Last year i was overpaid unemployment benefits, i was in between jobs and have 3 kids so i couldn't afford much, however i did try to set up a payment plan with unemployment they said no that they wouldn't accpet no less then the monthly amount re...
An offset against future claimed benefits, is, as Attorney Granvold noted, allowed even if a discharge is granted in the bky and the benefit provider cannot garnish wages.See question
Ch13: is yet to be heard by the court. I have a rental unit which would like to put up for sale but, can't due to a non-paying harassing tenant. To evict this non-paying tenant, need to hire a Real Estate lawyer who per my bankruptcy lawyer, s...
The approval,of hiring an attorney would come from the court, not the bankruptcy Trustee.See question
I did some work for a lady several times on her riding lawn mover, and also baught parts and she won t pay me, I know I can file a lein on her property. And I can take her to debt collection, but she says she will file a x partay on me she will ...
Her assertion that she can file an ex parte action against you to stop a debt collection is unlikely, bordering on the absurd.See question