Me and my wife filed for bankruptcy, and when we went to hearing we were asked by the judge if we could repay a specific amount roughly $4500. We said yes, but were unable to do after the fact. We tried and tried to possible set up payment plan,...
The order to restrict public access usually has nothing to do with withdrawing your bankruptcy discharge or dismissing your case. You really need to talk to your bankruptcy attorney (or A bankruptcy attorney if you are trying to act as your own attorney) to figure out what is really going on and what you can do about it.See question
I'm a welder, got a request by email to make 10 steel guards. he sent spec's.wanted them shipped to Belgium. specified shipping co.Paid up front in full by credit card over phone inc. ship charge.I made guards.I paid shipping co. $3816.They're pi...
You can contact the police in the location where the customer lives.See question
The garnishment is set a week from the statement, but they haven't taken any wages. Is there a way to pay anything to stop the garnishment from continuing?
If you pay the debt in full, that will certainly stop the garnishment. A bankruptcy filing will also put a stop to it.
As Ms. Bowinski notes, you can also try to convince the creditor to agree to withdraw the garnishment and offer you a payment plan, but now that they have incurred all of the litigation expense and done all of the work necessary to get the garnishment put into place, they have very little incentive to do more work to make changes.See question
I have a friend that's 17 who's mom is moving states and she desperately doesn't want to go with her because she doesn't want to move schools but most of all move with her mom, they have a very bad relationship and she wants to get out of her hom...
Yes, it would still be illegal. Taking money from a runaway does not improve your legal situation.
If your friend can demonstrate that she is capable to taking care of herself and has her own income, she can petition to be emancipated. Otherwise, she needs to wait until she is 18 and then she can go live where she wants.See question
Opposing Atty stated I said something in open court that was a flat out lie. My lawyer has filed a motion to withdraw because due to hacking we can't correspond by phone or email.
The short answer is that you need a new lawyer and you need to discuss your strategy with him or her.
If you insist on acting as your own attorney and it is critical to establish whether or not you said what the opposing attorney claimed you said, you can order a transcript of the hearing in question.See question
I turned my self in after my sister called me and told me that the police raided my employers warehouse looking for stolen bikes and I haven't even been to court or been convicted of anything yet and our local paper not only published the story of...
You can sue anyone for anything, but to win you will have to prove that they published something that they knew was untrue. The First Amendment prevents a court from punishing a newspaper for publishing something that is true.See question
My then boyfriend moved all of my belongings into his house which he owns in late April when I had to do 45 days in work release and lost my apartment. I moved into his house in June of 2016 where I have stayed rent free with my dog. Shortly after...
Your in a difficult position since you never paid rent. You don't really have even a verbal lease to rely on.
It is likely (though not certain) that the police will refuse to get involved and treat you as a trespasser so your boyfriend will probably have to spend a few weeks evicting you before he can get you out. However, there is always a chance the police agree to help him and you will have to move sooner. You need to figure out where you are going to go as soon as possible.See question
Wife left the house. When we moved in, I was the only one working. For the first year or two. No divorce papers yet, her name is still on house, I'm making the payment.
What do you want to accomplish?
If you file for divorce, the house will be divided between you in some manner. You will not be able to remove your wife from title unless she agrees or you divorce.See question
A friend of mine just received 2 letters, 1 from Boerstein and Assoc and 1 from Assets Acceptance LLC. They state that they are going to garnish 60% of his wages for a $4000 balance on a Target CC plus an additional $8000 for court and lawyer fees...
Things are not as "obvious" as you think. The debt is only time barred if a lawsuit was never filed. A garnishment (which would not be 60%) will only follow a lawsuit which resulted in a judgment. A lawsuit could have been filed several years ago when the debt was not time barred.
There are parts of the story that sound fishy and parts that sound legitimate. Your friend should review the letter with an attorney to determine what is really going on. Otherwise he or she may find that their paychecks end up being much less than anticipated for awhile.See question
She is 15 now (was 14 when we started dating but no sexual intimacy till 15 tho I have no proof of that. And her gma has no proof I had sex with her before 15 either) and we broke up her grandma is pissed we broke up. I'm 18. She wants to ale me ...
She cannot take you to court. She could file a police report and it will be up to the police to determine whether to charge you with a crime and take you to court. If she does, you should not make any statement to any police officer without speaking to an attorney. It is likely that her complaints will go nowhere.See question