What can I do now. Send contract to bank or nothing can be done now? Please help. Property is in Chicago.. Cook. Thanks
Send it to the bank for approval immediately. The judgment just means that they can sell your home at a sheriff's sale, you are not yet at the point of no return. The sheriff's sale should not be for another 90 days. You still have time.See question
On May 12th the last court docket entry was "Strike from Case Management Call - Allowed. I did not attend this court hearing and I don't know what it means.
All it means is that the case was taken off the "Case Management Call" and
will proceed to judgment. The Case Management Call is simply a way to make
sure that plaintiffs are making progress with the lawsuit (that the
complaint has been served, etc). The fact that the case was stricken from
the call means that the judge was satisfied with the progress of the case.
Example : I hire an atty , court is 1 week out . Would they file asap or wait lit the day of court
They could file immediately and, depending upon when your answer/appearance was due, they usually will (or at least they should).See question
I am from Chicago, IL. I started saying a guy and later found out that he's married. His wife googled my name and found my contact info and has been harassing me. Recently, she got his phone and read a of the messages we sent between each other. I...
Most likely not. The test is whether you could have had a "reasonable expectation of privacy." In all likelihood, there isn't a judge or jury on earth who will find a reasonable expectation of privacy in texting your married boyfriend.See question
The note is forged. What defense should be applied in answer... fraud? fraud upon the court? No standing to foreclose?
This is the most used, and least accepted defense that pro se defendants use.. I would not recommend using it unless the note truly was forged. If the note was forged, that should be an affirmative defense. Without passing judgment on your case, if the bank loaned you money and you signed the mortgage, your argument that the note is a forgery will not go very far.See question
I was recently told my mother put away a substantial amount of money in an IRA account before she died however we were never able to find any paperwork from the company , is there a way to find out where she would have placed this money in some I...
I'm sure someone will have a better answer, but you can always start with the following link: http://www.treasurer.mo.gov/content/find-your-propertySee question
i signed on as a co-owner.
Contact the bank and ask them.See question
I found briefs, memoranda & oral arguments have 15 page cutoff without prior leave of court. Also, in an answer, can the written format match the same as in the complaint, i.e. single-spaced?
There is no page limit, but do not go overboard. Simply admit or deny each allegation, there is no need to get into specifics at this point. You can get creative with your affirmative defenses, if you have any.
As for the format, I always double space.See question
of course i do but can not afford my current payment. what happens next? if my home is foreclosed on how long will i have to get out?
If you play your cards right, you can be in your home for at least another year. There are many ways an attorney can help you with this. I would highly recommend NOT filing an answer without the help of an attorney. Also, please see a housing counselor ASAP through the court's mediation program and get a letter from them recommending mediation.See question
I'm an up and coming screenwriter in the Chicago area. The individual with whom I have a fairly open and shut case of fraud (including Internet fraud) resides in the L.A. area. I've done much of the leg work and have saved emails, email headers, c...
You can contact me. I went to law school in Los Angeles and have contacts put there who may be able to help you. I am also licensed in California still and able to file in the court systems throughout the state. Alternatively, you can go to the state bar website at calbar.ca.govSee question