Bankruptcy - Chapter 7
You list all debts regardless, but yes you can discharge unemployment debts in bankruptcy. It will be discharged unless the State can prove fraud, as in lying about income or employment.See question
My chapter 7 bankruptcy will be discharged soon but I left 2 creditors off
You should quickly file an amendment listing the crditors you missed. Yuo will need to also file and mail a Notice of Amendment. There will be a filing fee to the Court of I believe $30.See question
8 payday loans
Payday loans are frequently and usually discharged in bankruptcy.See question
My husband and i haven't filed our taxes for 2011 2012 and 2013 we owe about $7000 and now we have creditors suing us too. My husband is 80% disabled veteran 60% from PTSD and I am bi polar. Mentally we both just shut down when it became too over...
Yes, you would need to file the returns to file bankruptcy. Furthermore, many people find once they prepare their returns that they do not owe as much taxes as they or the State estimated.
You should call for a free consultation with a bankruptcy attorney. Your may or may not need to file bankruptcy depending on whether you have any income that could be garnished outside bankruptcy.
I receive social security and unemployment
Yes, you are eligible to file another Chapter 7. Yes, you should get a free consultation with a bankruptcy attorney to decide whether filing bankruptcy is really necessary, as creditors cannot garnish your social security or unemployment.See question
I was approved for SSI this year. The first hospital I was sent to was a private hospital. They misdiagnosed me. I barely remember anything from being there. I couldn't work and I didn't have insurance, and since I was misdiagnosed, I was hospital...
Social Security benefits are exempt from garnishment by your creditors. So, you do not need to file bankruptcy just to protect said benefits, as they are protected even if you do not file bankruptcy. I would encourage you, however, to get a free consultation with a bankruptcy attorney to consider your entire financial situation to decide if bankruptcy would be helpful for other reasons.See question
A divorce would not cut off your medical creditors from seeking payment from your husband for your medical debts in Kansas. He may or may not need to file a bankruptcy himself. You and he should consider at least obtaining a free consultation from a bankruptcy attorney to consider the bankruptcy that may or may not be necessary.See question
Mother and I are both on the lease. She agreed with landlord to pay a year up front rather than providing all the financial detail, etc. to help get me into the place. I live alobne with my son....mom was just trying to cosign and help me to get...
All the other answers are correct. While if you just gave money to a relative without receiving anything in return, that would be a problem. However, as long as the money you are paying to your relative for rent is a fair and reasonable amount for rent, you should not have a problem filing bankruptcy in Kansas City, Kansas without the Trustee trying to take money from your Mother.See question
Last weekend I fell asleep at the wheel and hit a light pole and totaled my car. I had just cancelled my insurance policy, even though the car is financed. I did this because I was unable to make all of my bill payments and was starting to have to...
Certainly bankruptcy would relieve you of the obligation to pay the car loan. Furthermore, if you were cited for an accident without insurance, your drivers license could be suspended, but a bankruptcy could help with that too. Ultimately, whether you should file bankruptcy is a complicated issue that you should discuss with a bankruptcy attorney.See question
In 2006 or 2007 Kansas unemployment investigated my place of employment and found that a lot of employees were not reporting all their earnings. I was one of those because of the way we get paid I wasn't claiming my travel time. They went back cle...
It sounds to me like you owe income taxes for unreported income. Some taxes can be discharged in bankruptcy, with the first requirement being the taxes were due more than three years prior to filing bankruptcy. Thus, you should consult with a bankruptcy attorney to determine whether bankruptcy could provide you with some relief.See question