We are currently in chapter 13 bankruptcy. Was wondering if we could refile for chapter 7?
It certainly might be possible to convert the existing cast to Chapter 7 or dismiss and file a new case under Chapter 7. However, you haven't provide enough information to determine if it is possible in your particular case or to determine if it would even be a good idea. People that choose Chapter 13 over Chapter 7 to begin with generally have pretty specific reasons for doing so. I can't tell if those reasons have changed or if you just made a mistake along the way.
Your best bet is to hire a local bankruptcy attorney to see what would be bvest for your particular situation.See question
My bankruptcy was discharged
Well, it depends on the type of lien you are talking about as well as the chapter of bankruptcy that filed. In most cases, you need to file the proper motion with the court to get an order released or avoiding the lien. You can't just file bankruptcy an expect creditor to release the lien. Most liens survive bankruptcy unless you take the required legal action. Consult your attorney for more information.See question
financing? She has bad credit and needs me to put 50k down to secure a biz loan for 400k from Creative Capital Partners http://www.ccpbusinessloans.com/. The 50k would go into an escrow account. Assuming she is approved for a loan from them, I...
As the seller, YOU are supposed to put $50,000 down on the loan? That doesn't make any sense. it sounds like someone is trying to trick you into becoming a cosigner on the buyers loan.
If the business is truly worth $400K, there are probably plenty of better qualified buyers who can pay cash or get their own financing. Or you can take payments from the buyer over time.
This who things smells fishy to me, so I would have a local attorney review this for you.See question
I really don't want to pay off my unsecured debt after paying off my secure debt can I just cancel my bankruptcy or should I just go ahead and pay everything off I don't know the legal ramifications or my options
If you dismiss your bankruptcy, it will be as if you never filed the base to begin with. If you were trying to do a "cram down" of your car loan, the original loan terms would reinstated. Any portion of the loan that would have been unsecured under the Chapter 13 plan would be secured again. Also, all of your credit card and other secured debt would still be collectible by the creditors.
Do yourself a favor and speak with a local bankruptcy attorney before making any decisions.See question
The case was first rejected by USCIS, then after the appeal the board of EOIR returned in order to re-open it.
Wrong category...moving to immigration.See question
I'm trying to get this significant witness in my divorce case but my ex keeps on objecting to a non-party witness deposition because of the privacy of her family who she is in business with. I believe her business is paying her more than she shows...
It founds like you need to hire an attorney because you are in over your head. If third party won't comply with the subpoena and the meet and confer is unsuccessful, then you need to file a motion to compel.See question
I trying to file bankruptcy, I started to do it myself but,you know what they say. Started looking around for an attorney. Not having any luck so far. One attorney said that my income was too low. Now I'm back doing it myself. Any feelings on ho...
It seems rather odd that an attorney would turn away your business. You can contact me for a free consultation if you wish.See question
I am in a hardship and can't pat my debt and I just got notified that the company will be suing me. Can it result in me going to jail?
You have not committed a crime and there are not debtor prisons in the United States. I would try to negotiate a settlement or see a bankruptcy attorney.
If the company gets a judgment against you and they subpoena you for a debtor's exam, you SHOULD show up for that. Failed to obey a court order to show up at court can get you in trouble.See question
I own family land with 3 mobile homes on the land. The lot rent is used to help my mother who lives on retirement income. One of the homes was lost in a bankruptcy 3 months ago. Despite leaving numerous messages and even speaking with the represen...
I'm not sure I fully understand the facts. It sounds like someone owned a mobile on the family land, filed for bankruptcy, lost the mobile home to the bank and the bank is letting the mobilehome sit on the property. If the bank owns it and is not paying space rent, contact a local real estate attorney about legal action to force the bank to pay rent, get ride of the mobile home or get title to it. if the former owner of the mobile home still lives there, you should be able to eviction them for nonpayment of rent.
No matter want, you need to discuss this matter with local counsel for additional assistance.See question