Bankruptcy ch. 13 case just got dismissed for nonpayment and I am stuck in the pick-a-payment loan from Wells Fargo with no opportunity for refinance after 3 attempts. How do I keep from foreclosure? Never signed any settlement regarding pick-a-pa...
You asked this question in a slightly different way earlier. Your options are to sell as fast as you can or file a law suit seeking a temporary restraining order, which you may not get if you can't afford to pay a cash bond simultaneously with the lawsuit.See question
Title Co repo my truck and the tow company did tie down my bed cover and it blew off broke it to replace it almost 1000 dollars
Did you get the truck back? If yes, you need to sue the repo/towing company for the damage. If you didn't get the truck back and won't get it back, you don't care because it's not your truck.See question
I was awarded the car and full responsibility for the loan. The loan is in his name only. How can I get the car in my name so that I can trade it in or even so that I am building my credit rather than his?
I am not licensed to practice law in your state.
Go back to your divorce attorney and ask to get a order requiring your ex to cooperate/sign necessary documents so you can sell the car. You would then buy a new one. You could also ask to buy the car from your ex for the balance of the current loan, but you would have to qualify for loan based on your own income and credit. This might not be such a good idea because the car you are in may not be worth the amount owed.See question
He totaled my car his name wasn't on the title but he had insurance in his name the police is investigating it. Then he took the other car an said he had my name removed is that legal in Pennsylvania
I am not licensed to practice law in your state.
In most states, the name on a car title can only be changed through sale or mechanic's lien filings. He may be lying to you. Contact your DVM and find out what name is on the title now. It may still be yours, which means you could get your car back.
As for the insurance on the totaled car, there may not be coverage because a person cannot insure a car in which he has no title interest.
Use the "Find a Lawyer" feature to connect with an attorney in your area. Many will offer free initial consultation.See question
13 years ago, I received a loan putting 20k dollars down from World Savings. It was their infamous Pick-A-Pay loans they were handing out frequently at the time. The company has since been bought out by Wachovia and later on Wells Fargo. For th...
Unfortunately, it appears you have painted yourself into a corner by filing the bankruptcy. The court only had the power to prevent foreclosure, but it could not order any change in the terms of the mortgage under the law. At this point your only options are to continue paying under the bankruptcy terms or selling the house to stop the bleeding. You will probably be unable to refinance with any lender due to the bankruptcy.
You might have been able to file a suit against Wells Fargo as an adversary action in the bankruptcy, but it may be too late now.See question
I am a certified BICSI ITS technician and wish to have my own company installing surveillance camera systems residentially. I am also employed with a major commercial cabling company. How can I find my states requirements and if this will affect m...
You need to check your employment contract or your employee manual to see if there is a non-compete agreement preventing you from directly competing against your employer for a period of time after leaving the company.
Check the Texas Occupations Code link
On Wednesday February 15th 2017 my sister was taken to the hospital to deliver her baby. My mother was at work when I called her and gave her the big news. She asked to take the rest of the day off from work because she wanted to be there for her ...
Termination for failure to report for duty is termination for cause and disqualifies her for unemployment benefits. Did your mother work there for more than one year? Did your mother apply for FMLA before she took time off? She should consult with an employment attorney in her area. Use the "Find a Lawyer" feature on Avvo.com. Many will offer a free consultation.See question
I bought what I thought was a new laptop but when I went to register the warranty it had already been registered a couple months before. It would of had to of been bought & returned for the warranty to be registered I think. I have tried & tried t...
The situation you describe is a violation of the Texas deceptive Trade Practices Act which can result in treble damages and attorney fees if you are successful in court. You should consult with an attorney in your area. Use the "Find a Lawyer" feature on Avvo.com. Many will offer a free consultation.See question
I got a security system in Nov 2016 with ADT authorized dealer (Direct Security) . I had issues with them the first mouth they installed the system and had them remove the security system on first week of Jan 2017. Im still dealing with direct se...
Chances are good that multiple violations of state and federal law exist with this service. You can use those to leverage your escape from this company. You should consult with an attorney in your area. Use the "Find a Lawyer" feature on Avvo.com. Many will offer a free consultation.See question
I won a lawsuit 2002 for $24,600 at 10% per year paid. My "hired" the atty for $300 he did a WRIT OF EXECTUION on Oct. 7, last year and I know he did because it is in the court clerk file seen on the internet. But, I do not know if he did as...
Your judgment may have expired. Go back to your contract with your attorney. You may have hired him SOLELY to prepare the writ but NOT to collect on the judgment which are different things.
If the judgment debtor the following is the advice I would give:
Keep in mind that Texas is an extremely debtor friendly state. Nobody gets your house except the lender and the IRS. Nobody gets your car except the lender and the IRS. Nobody gets your wages except the IRS and child support. Nobody gets your pension/retirement/401k/IRA except the IRS. Personal property exemption is $60,000 for an individual and $100,000 for a family. Most people don't have any thing more than that, so there is nothing to get to satisfy a judgment. HOWEVER, a judgment is good for 10 years and can be renewed. Also, the judgment is accruing interest and is being reported to the credit bureaus. The creditor is hoping that one day you will have some money saved for a large credit-based purchase (car or house). When you apply for that loan, the judgment creditor will learn you have cash and will then try again to get you to pay. Luxury items such as motorcycles and boats and cash on deposit in banks are not protected.See question