My husband and I had to file for bankruptcy when he lost his job last December. The bankruptcy went off of his salary for the last several years while I was in school and not working. Now that I am finally working almost a year the whole garnis...
You need to discuss this with your attorney. if you don't have one, get one.
If you income has gone down, you might qualify for a modified plan that would reduce the plan payment and thus the garnishment. You might also qualify for conversion to Chapter 7 and dismissing the case would also end the garnishment. There are other possibilities as mentioned by the other attorneys.
Without knowing the facts of your case, there is no way to determine what is best for your situation.See question
Recently when I was browsing court records online and saw my name came by in a small claims suit. I am not even sure where the claim is for since only a sc100 is available to see along with the registrations of actions. No additional forms describ...
if the case was dismissed without prejudice, it is over and there is nothing you need to do.See question
Negligence of the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office has damaged me for a monetary sum greater than the District Court filing fee and other expenses I would accrue if I proceeded with a suit against the PTO. I have tried over the telephone with the ...
Your question shows that you need to get an attorney. You are confusing subject matter jurisdiction with venue. Subject matter deals wit the legal authority of the court to hear a matter. You cannot, for example, file for divorce in bankruptcy court.
Venue deals with the location court that should hear your matter. Someone living in Escondido would file their divorce at the courthouse in Vista. Someone living in Mission Valley would file for divorce at the downtown courthouse.
Diversity jurisdiction is subject matter jurisdiction and has no impact on venue. A claim against a federal entity agency already involves "federal question" jurisdiction. Diversity is irrelevant.
As for venue, I believer need to file in the Federal District located in Washington D.C.See question
five siblings we were told we will receive the money from bank accounts along with the sale of the house all at once. If it takes years to sell do we have to wait for the other money?
This question belongs in estate planning, so I'm moving it there for you.See question
attorney collection agency Cach,LLC got a levy property judgment against me and seized my car i was never notified until sheriff showed up CACH, LLC never properly served me I am unemployed and having a hard time
Your situation is very unfortunate. However, you haven't really asked a question and a need to file a local bankruptcy or debt defense attorney to discuss your matter in detail.See question
My chapter 13 plan hasn't been confirmed yet. I told my lawyer I won't be able to make the payments. I want to back out. 1. can I? 2. will lawyer have to give me my money back? 3. will trustee give me my money back for what I've already made in ...
(1) Chapter 13 is completely voluntary, so you can dismiss the case.
(2) You hired the attorney to file bankruptcy and the attorney put in the time to do the work. Why would you think the attorney should give you any money back just because you changed your mind about filing for bankruptcy?
(3) The trustee will refund you payments if dismiss the case before confirmation. You might owe some money to your attorney.
(4) Why would you want to get the attorney in trouble? Chapter 13 is not an exact science. Sometimes your payment might go up if you understated your income or overstated your expenses. You haven't provided any information to show that the attorney was incompetent or did anything wrong.See question
I was sued in small claims and filed a motion to dismiss based upon lack of jurisdiction. The commissioner ignored that. He literally did not even look at it. Complaint against him is pending. Regardless, what are my options now, federal cou...
Small claims is designed to be simple. Pre-trial motion, other than a requests for a continuance, are rarely granted or even considered. if you want to convince the judge that he or she has no jurisdiction, show up to the trial and present you defense. The options you described are likely to fail.See question
Disorderly conduct, resisting.
You need to speak with your attorney. It could mean that no charges were filed or that the case was rejected by the prosecutor. It could also mean that the court failed to update the calendar in a timely fashion. No matter what get, ask your attorney...or get one.See question
I asked previously about a judgement against me and was given advice that I could vacate the judgment. I Googled vacating a judgement because I don't know a lot. I was incarcerated is there a time limit on when I was supposed to do this? And do I ...
You can just vacate a judgment. You have to have a legal basis. Consult a local attorney for further assistance.See question