I have 6 capias warrants from 2012-2014 and when I tried to pay the city clerk I was told that i need to pay a debt collection agency instead. I have been asked to go to court this Friday on 2 new traffic tickets and need to know if my capias warr...
I'm surprised you didn't get arrested when you got the new tickets. If you can afford to pay then call the collector and do it. Take proof of payments with you to the Friday appearance.See question
Went to small credit union and they said there is a $150 loan set up fee and then the loan is $5500, so total opening balance is $5650. Can interest be charged for the $150 if the amount of the check was written for only $5500? I have made two pa...
No useful answer is possible without seeing the actual agreement. The fee could be subject to interest depending on what is in the agreement.See question
Well to start i had miss a day to work because of family emergency and could call work they called me and told me I had no call no show and that don't show up to work on Monday until human resources called me well Monday came and the manager calls...
Assuming you were working without a formal written contract, you can be fired. Texas is an employment at will state meaning employer or employee can end the work relationship at any time for any reason or no reason as long as there is no legally prohibited discrimination based on age, sex, race, et cetera. You should be prepared to find another job.See question
I needed to change the date because of Work purposes. My job is very strict about being late and I've never asked to re-schedule?
This is a criminal defense question and I will change the category for you.See question
They are suing for 9,100.00. I filed chapter 7 almost 7 years ago .. I'm barely scrapping by right now and also willing to return the car which has not be repoed
Voluntary or involuntary repossession are exactly the same. Either way, you would be sued for the unpaid balance on the note. You might consider speaking with a bankruptcy attorney.See question
I consigned for a GMC truck for my grandson and he has since taken off and refusing to make payments or even return the vehicle to me.
I am not licensed to practice law in your state.
You both have the right to possession of the vehicle because your name is on the title. You have the right to take possession by towing without his/her consent. Be aware that he/she can do the same to you. The Police will not get involved because this is a civil matter. Your problem will come when the title is issued after pay-off. If his/her name appears on the title, you won’t be able to sell the car without his/her permission. You can always make a deal to split some of the sale money to get him/her sign off. You will have to take this as a life lesson: don't lend money to friends or relatives and NEVER co-sign on a purchase for anyone.See question
I'm December, 2015 I took out a loan for $1000. When I applied for the loan, I didn't have to provide any proof of income. I was only working 20 hours per week and as a result, my vehicle was repossessed. I feel like they didn't follow procedure b...
I am not licensed to practice law in your state.
You can always sue, but it does not mean you will win. You took that loan knowing you might not be able to pay. You gambled and you lost.See question
I was sent the title to a car that im still paying on. If i sale the car and dont pay the loan off what could happen?
If you sell and the lender figures out the mistake, the lender could sue you for the unpaid balance and could press criminal fraud charges. Use the "Find a Lawyer" feature to connect with an attorney in your area. Many will offer free initial consultation.See question
First, let me say I know I was very foolish in this. I'm looking for the best solution to my dilemma. September of 2016, my now ex-girlfriend's car broke down. She had poor credit, and I agreed to buy her a car. The spoken agreement was that I...
Your oral agreement is unenforceable because the terms can not be performed in less than one year. So, you really don't have an agreement or a duty to let her keep the car. Because the title is in your name alone, you have the right to take possession by towing without her consent. She may have a claim against you for the value of her trade-in. . Use the "Find a Lawyer" feature to connect with an attorney in your area. Many will offer free initial consultation.See question
I have several thousand dollars in unpaid medical bills. A secured loan of about $2000 still owed but the collateral is no longer in my possession. An unpaid payday loan from 2 years ago. I also have some repossessions on credit. A few small si...
Bankruptcy may not be right for you. There are informal ways to resolve the debt without bankruptcy, which could be cheaper, faster, and have less negative impact on your credit scores. This does not involve debt consolidation or payment modification.See question