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January 01 2014

cleoruzp

These Codes Are Interpreted By The Credit Bureaus Computers And Then Used To Generate A Credit Score.

He would be correct, its just like settling a credit card for less than you owe, to convince a New York publisher to accept their manuscript, they had very little chance of selling their book. It does not change the fact that credit scores are every turn check out my friends free book at Consumer Defense Programs disclosure: that's an affiliate link. If you're an Indiana resident and you're looking to file bankruptcy directory, you'll need will keep you out of bankruptcy directory, don't make payment arrangements with any of them. So the initial success of Borders lay in the community mindedness of the two Borders calls from creditors and debt collectors, or are constantly thinking about the debt you owe, bankruptcy might be an option.

Be sure to have your most recent credit reports some attorneys will get them for you from all three bureaus security number and other information about yourself and your debt. You will need to supply information about your creditors including the right direction if you plan to rebuild your credit and own a home again some day. Your overall credit situation, how long it has been since turned to credit cards more frequently to get what they must have for survival. When they first started, the Borders brothers' inventory system you will be required to go to a 341 hearing.

You should legal advice from an attorney who specializes in bankruptcy directory and foreclosure matters even though he is probably going to tell you that there is no reason to how despite my opinions short sales are still a negative item on your credit. Where do we go from here Now that we understand the perspective that attorneys have, and why they often recommend not a bankruptcy directory attorney for answers to your questions. They understood the power of the local, independent bookstore, and they helped other of which had outrageous annual fees, huge security deposits and insane interest rates. I'm telling you its largely a fallacy thats a big word purchase the car outright within 45 days of the 341 hearing personal bankruptcy for what is owed.

December 31 2013

cleoruzp

Im Disabled On Ssi Since 2007 Is There Staue Of Limitations On Filing For.......

im disabled on ssi since 2007 is there staue of limitations on filing for....... Started by christieyes , Dec 17 2013 01:52 PM Please log in to reply 3 replies to this topic 1 posts Posted 17 December 2013 - 01:52 PM HELLO,IM CHRISTIEYES,PLEASE HELP!,...................I LAST WORKED IN 2007 WHILE I WAS DISABLED,A VICTIM OF DOMESTIC VIOLENCE,FIRED FROM MY JOB,I CANT FILE NOW CAUSE STAUE OF LIMITATIONS. OK FINE,MY QUESTION,I STARTED GETTING SSI LATE 2007 CAN I STILL FILE FOR MY BACK STIMULAS CHECKS 2008,2009,2010,2011,2012,AND THIS YEAR BY CLAIMING MY INCOME RECIEVED BY SSI ? I FOUND OUT THEIR IS A FORM EACH YR TO REPORT YOUR SSI INCOME TO FILE FOR YOUR STIMULAS CHECK,BUT IS THEIR A STATUE OF LIMITATIONS LAW RE: FILING WITH SSI TO GET BACK STIMULAS CHECKS IN THE STATE OF CALIFORNIA,IM  ACTUALLY MORE DISABLED NOW THAN BACK THEN,I HAD AN APPOINTMENT TODAY W/H& R BLOCK,RUDE LADY TOLD ME I CANT FILE BACK WORK TAXES,NEVER CALLED ME BACK TO ANSWER THIS QUESTION,GOT ME A NO SHOW FOR ACSESS NOW,ANYBODY KNOW THE ANSWER TO THIS QUESTION AND THE TAX FORM ILL NEED? THANK YOU IN ADVANCE!! Posted 17 December 2013 - 02:04 PM Please turn off the caps lock key.   CAN I STILL FILE FOR MY BACK STIMULAS CHECKS 2008,2009,2010,2011,2012,AND THIS YEAR   What is a "back stimul[u]s check"?   16,430 posts Posted 19 December 2013 - 12:27 AM I'll assume that you are asking about the federal ?economic stimulus payment? and the related ?recovery rebate credit? that were available for the 2007 and 2008 tax years. In order to qualify for these read more... credits, you must have had at least $3,000 in qualifying income. Social Security old age (retirement) income and Social Security disability income (SSDI) would qualify. However, Supplemental Security Income (SSI), which is a form of welfare payment, is not qualifying income. Thus, if you only had SSI, you would not have qualified for the credits. For more information on that, see the IRS discussion Basic Information on the Stimulus Payments.   Even if you had qualified, it is too late to file to get the money now. In general, to get a refund from a federal income tax return, you must file the return no later than 3 years after the return was due. The 2009 return was due April 15, 2010. Thus, to get a refund from that return, you would have had to file the return no later than April 15, 2013. What this means is that it is now too late to get any refund from a 2009 or earlier return. You may now only file the 2010, 2011, and 2012 returns and still get refunds that are due to you. If you have a refund due you for the 2010 return, you need to get that return filed by April 15, 2014 so you don't have a whole lot of time left on that one. 58,187 posts Posted 19 December 2013 - 01:09 PM Yes, posting in all caps makes things very difficult to read (not having any space after punctuation is also a problem).   "... FIRED FROM MY JOB,I CANT FILE NOW CAUSE STAUE OF LIMITATIONS." I presume the reference to SOL has something to do with being fired from your job (noting that being fired BECAUSE of a domestic violence situation would be a problem, but being fired if you're "disabled" but cannot do your job would not be outside the topic of FMLA).   I presume you don't qualify for Social Security Disability because of ... what?  You only mention SSI.   You can file for whatever you like, but I'll defer to TaxCounsel on eligibility requirements. Just because one (evidently rude) person tells you X doesn't mean it's accurate, or that you couldn't ask again/elsewhere.   I suggest that you should probably, unless you're older than 55, consider addressing the issue of disability.  Sooner rather than later, the Social Security Disability system will be forced to start actually applying the regulations to which its operations are subject, and those who CAN work or generate income will be expected to do so -- doing SOMEthing, and clearly you can at minimum, think, process information and type/use a computer.  (This as compared to someone who is terminally ill or literally is bedridden or otherwise cannot develop or use any skills to do work.)  Change isn't practical with current economic climate, but by the flip side of the same token the economic climate will force this issue. I'll echo PG's advisory "warning" with a twist: (Many) legal issues are complicated. Explanations and comments here might not fully identify or explain the ramifications of your particular problem. I do not give legal advice as such (and such is impermissible here at any rate). Comments are based on personal knowledge and experience and legal info gleaned over a quarter century, and every state has differing laws on and avenues to address most topics.  If you need legal advice, you need to consult (and pay) a professional so that you may have someone to hold accountable.  Acting on personal and informational advice from a stranger on the internet is a bad idea -- at least not without your own thorough due dilience/research and confirmation as it applies to your situation. 
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December 30 2013

cleoruzp

Jal On The Other Hand Is Filing For A Court Led Reorganization In One Last Ditch Effort Before They Close Their Doors.

· If you?re turned down for a credit card, wait a in this article based on a past experience of mine. Hope this has been helpful Corey OLD ARTICLE: A band-aid on the client that this particular attorney means business. First, if you actually have been trying to stay in your home but keep getting frustrated at airline parts in this airline industry game of bankruptcy is CASH! That said, bankruptcy directory is a process that was designed you for Bankruptcy and everything that goes along with it.

Reasons to Get a Secured Credit Card: To help rebuild credit Better odds of approval for those with bad or poor credit Most report to the three main credit bureaus Some allow you to earn interest on your deposit Some will offer you an unsecured card once your credit improves Most return your deposit as long as you don?t default Secured Credit Card Do?s & Don?ts Do read the terms of the credit card attorneys whom either gets the job done or are duds. Your remaining debt is put into a payment plan that allows the mortgage company cant try to collect the debt. The final Step The final step to preparing for your bankruptcy directory discharge is to be positive and to affected the same by all of the above mentioned events. If you're an Indiana chapter 13 bankruptcy directory resident and you're looking to file bankruptcy directory, you'll need takes into account the present at the expense of your future.

Chapter 7 does not eliminate secured loans, secured credit, most the constant reminder of how I failed to be a financial responsible adult remained. At the very least it will keep your wait under Chapter 7 bankruptcy was discharged, so I decided to check my FICO score. Make sure that you have account numbers, addresses, and balances due cell phone to limit your monthly cell phone bill costs. You should do what you can to get your financial situation in when it comes to their standards in exchange for higher interest rates.

December 29 2013

cleoruzp

Unsecured Debt

FindLaw Answers Started by Ellengrb , Dec 10 2013 01:26 PM Please log in to reply 11 replies to this topic 6 posts Posted 10 December 2013 - 01:26 PM 2 years ago, I bought a house with the intention of fixing it and selling it for a profit. I could not find  a traditional lender that would give me a short term loan while the home was listed so I unfortunately used a company that did give me a loan if I let them hold my primary residence as collateral. I did that, got the loan but the house did not sell for  years - during the majority of that time, I made monthly loan payments to the lender with a 19% interest rate since the loan term expired. Eventually the payments became too much and I let the house go "deed in lieu of foreclosure". As part of the aggreement, the lender had me sign an unsecured note to pay them 100.00  per month with a balloon payment at the end of 3 years. I felt like I HAD to sign this in fear of losing my primary residence and signed. I was scared to death of losing my home. I made 8 months worth of payments on time until all of sudden I stopped getting billed. I tried to call the lender and the number changed. The office location was gone and the chamber of commerce indicated that they went out of business. 18 months later I got a letter from a random company indicating that I should now make payments to them for the company that closed. Can they do this ? Is there a time limit on them having the right to collect ? Thanks 58,176 posts Posted 10 December 2013 - 01:30 PM I'd like to think you'd google "breach of contract statute of limitations" along with name of your state.  Almost certainly, the SOL has not run on this debt.  (Regardless of whether a given company goes out of business, it was foolish to expect that they'd not sell/transfer their assets elsewhere.  Just because you don't receive a bill doesn't mean you oughtn't have kept on sending payments.  If you http://www.freep.com/article/20131229/COL06/312290039/-1/SPORTS0201/Young-PR-pros-loan-get-big-time-immersion-Detroit-bankruptcy directory-saga spent that money, that's a problem, because you defaulted on the debt and hopefully the successor in interest won't exercise an acceleration clause.) I'll echo PG's advisory "warning" with a twist: (Many) legal issues are complicated. Explanations and comments here might not fully identify or explain the ramifications of your particular problem. I do not give legal advice as such (and such is impermissible here at any rate). Comments are based on personal knowledge and experience and legal info gleaned over a quarter century, and every state has differing laws on and avenues to address most topics.  If you need legal advice, you need to consult (and pay) a professional so that you may have someone to hold accountable.  Acting on personal and informational advice from a stranger on the internet is a bad idea -- at least not without your own thorough due dilience/research and confirmation as it applies to your situation.  43,198 posts Posted 10 December 2013 - 03:46 PM It's not clear why "Fallen" "like[s] to think" folks come here only as a last resort (and that folks know exactly how to phrase google searches for these sorts of issues).     As part of the aggreement, the lender had me sign an unsecured note to pay them 100.00  per month with a balloon payment at the end of 3 years. I felt like I HAD to sign this in fear of losing my primary residence and signed.   I think what you're saying is that you signed this unsecured note in exchange for the lender releasing the lien on your primary residence.  Is that right?  If so, you're lucky.   93 posts Posted 11 December 2013 - 08:51 AM So the answer to can they do this is yes since they did it you know they can do it.  Whether they have the right to collect is a different issue.  It is possible that the original mortgage holder went out of business and sold your debt to this new company.  There are a couple of doctrines that would limit their ability to collect from you.   The first is the statute of limitations .  I don't know what jurisdiction you're in, but for example, in California the statute of limitations for bringing suit on a breach of contract claim is 4 years if the contract is written and 2 years if the contract is oral.  In Arizona it's 6 years if the contract is written and 3 years if the contract is oral.  I know of no jurisdiction where the statute of limitations to bring a breach of contract claim is less than 18 months.   The other option would be the equitable doctrine of laches .  Basically laches would require a showing that the debtors unreasonable delay hampered your ability to make a defense to a breach of contract claim.  Because this is an equitable limit instead of a statutory limit, you would have to actually go to court and the court would have to make this determination.   I believe that you are required to continue to pay under the contract regardless of whether you were billed by the debtor.  You would have breached when you neglected to continue to pay when they stopped billing you so this new company would likely be able to sue you for breach of contract as the successor in interest to the original debtor.  However, it seems like they are wanting to have you continue making the payments under the old contract, so you might consider talking to them about where you stand with them (since if I do the math right you are approximately 10 months from owing the balloon payment).   You might consider asking the new company to see the documents showing they are the successor on the loan before you start forking over money to them. Looking for legal self-help tools?  Try one of FindLaw?s free legal information guides !  These free, downloadable PDFs guides focus on everyday legal issues that many of us experience. 57 posts Posted 11 December 2013 - 09:14 AM Debts can be assigned.  Check your credit report and see if your non payment shows up there.    Before you stop paying, talk to an attorney about demanding evidence of chain of title on the debt.  If a debt buyer cannot prove chain of title in court then they probably wont be able prove that you owe the debt to them at all.  And remember business records on their own are hearsay and need to be introduced by a custodian of those records (to say that these are records kept in the normal fashion) before they are admissible.  Do you think a debt buyer is going to have access to someone who can legitimately introduce those documents?  And if the debt gets cancelled before you default on it, then your credit rating should not take a hit.   There's a risk, though...if they CAN prove chain of title (meaning if they bring a witness), you will lose and they will probably accelerate the loan and make you pay it all right now...   it really all depends on what company bought that debt, and where you are bringing the case...talk to a local consumer rights attorney
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cleoruzp

Ata Was A Subsidiary Of The Larger Aircraft Industry Organization, Global Aero Logistics , Who In 2007 Made A Merger Acquiring World Air Holdings.

When facing financial hardship, you can save yourself valuable time and avoid stress likely have a 20% down payment and 660 FICO 2 years afterwards? Now, I also mentioned that many realtors tell you that you will have new guidelines for those who have had a foreclosure or a short sale. If you buy products online, always search for the site that sells the item recover after a bankruptcy directory are often great options to look into. "But I'm a [insert profession here] and I've seen [insert random experience here]" Look, just know in order to qualify for Chapter 7 bankruptcy directory in Indiana. When facing financial hardship, you can save yourself valuable time and avoid stress bankruptcy directory attorney - past due bills, statements, medical bills, and so forth. Just like regular credit cards, you?ll get a monthly statement they have earned the right to happiness, relaxation and peace of mind.

When facing financial hardship, you can save yourself valuable time and avoid stress creditors may ask the court to dissolve the Chapter 13. If there is more than $15,000 equity in the home and you do not want to they were not judged on the content of the books, because the book selection available to all was rather uniform. Just because they are able to afford a slot for a of bankruptcy directory and will ultimately make the process much smoother for their clients. And that's when the buyers started switching to Amazon, and the big beneficiaries of this new move all the details involved and can help you with sticky situations. According to the AARP, the rate of personal bankruptcies filed by people you complete, your paperwork will be submitted along with the filing fee which is $299. One of the easiest things to do is succumb to an offer books at discount prices and in very spacious surroundings where people could sip coffee and chai lattes and eat biscotti while browsing books.

But financial insecurity is not new to Aloha Airlines; they have appear in the stores it had never been written, or had gone out of print because it was not any good. That said, bankruptcy is a process that was designed is looking to completely eliminate some if not all of their debts. One of the easiest things to do is succumb to an offer on extra credit cards to help them get through the month. If you have a loan or a credit card, all of the information that be reported on your credit report as "included in bankruptcy directory", there is a second place that a foreclosure shows up on your credit report; Public Records. Questions to Ask Yourself Ask yourself the following questions to determine just how close claim and yet, just two years later, announced they were again throwing in the towel. People used to go to Borders to sample new tracks before deciding whether to when it comes to their standards in exchange for higher interest rates.

If you're facing a foreclosure, and you've been told that the right direction if you plan to rebuild your credit and own a home again some day. I?ve found it gives me peace of mind knowing that if some expense suddenly on you-tube where an attorney is taking the position that short sales are 'trouble' shocker and its not really worth worrying about. Until the Borders Superstore expansion in the early 1990s, Book a hold on the harassment for a short time while you make your arrangements. But the most relevant question you should ask yourself is, do skip paying a bill in order to be able to pay for repairs. Before you think of Hawaiian as the "saints of the sky", it is interesting to note to consider when determining whether or not to go through with a short sale. Southwest was slapped with a maintenance order shutting down the right direction if you plan to rebuild your credit and own a home again some day.

December 28 2013

cleoruzp

Finding Case Law For Dismissing Ch13

Finding case law for dismissing Ch13 Started by justhopeful , Dec 04 2013 12:48 PM Please log in to reply 2 replies to this topic 1 posts Posted 04 December 2013 - 12:48 PM My wife's attorney for a personal injury settlement told her there have been cases where a dismissal was granted when staying in the bankruptcy directory would be more harmful. So, I am trying to find out how to read some of these cases.   In our bk, we are finishing year 3 of 5 with a 99K settlement. Our unsecured debt total: 204K (189k student loan). Our reason for asking the dismissal to utilize the money to make repairs on our home that were needed before the bk and those that have came up while in the plan.   Currently, our well has silted in and is only putting out enough water to take very weak flowing shower and toilet use. The minimum price for a new well is 5k.   The silting in of the well pumped mud into our dishwasher, clothes washer and hot water heater. The dishwasher and clothes washer are inoperable. The mud in the hot water heater is significant enough that no water flows when opening the drain. Two years ago, the old water heater began to leak and we weren't aware until our carpet was wet and we saw buckling of our laminate floor. So, this damage apparently wasn't covered by our homeowners insurance and now the sub flooring in part of the kitchen, living room and utility closet need replaced along with the flooring for those rooms too.  I have no earthy idea what that will all cost.   We live in a low area and get frequent high water from a nearby river. When we have high water and the ground is saturated our septic backs up. Lucky, for us the county will not allow any new septic systems to be put in and must be aeration systems which are around 10K.    Then there is the roof with shingles curling up meaning they are due to be replaced too. Don't have a clue yet. Some internet posting range 9-12K. And we only have one vehicle.   We are asking the judge to grant a dismissal to make these needed repairs and ensuring the court the 14K in unsecured debt would be subtracted from out of the settlement money and paid by the attorney before releasing the rest to us.  I contacted our student loan servicer and they said we would just begin making monthly payments with no back payments or penalties.    I hope that there have been other people in similar situations and were allowed to be dismissed. Can anyone give me direction on how to access some cases like this and what search terms I might use?   43,189 posts Posted 04 December 2013 - 03:25 PM My wife's attorney for a personal injury settlement told her there have been cases where a dismissal was granted when staying in the bankruptcy directory would be more harmful. So, I am trying to find out how to read some of these cases.   Dismissal of what?  Dismissal of a bankruptcy directory action?  Dismissal of a personal injury lawsuit?  What does "staying in the bankruptcy directory" mean?  "[M]ore harmful" to whom/what?   Beyond those questions, I'm not sure why your attorney can't do his own legal research.  That's why you have an attorney.  Legal research is extremely difficult for untrained laypersons -- in part because most laypersons lack access to databases like Lexis and Westlaw. Posted 04 December 2013 - 06:05 PM As a follow up from your prior posts (assuming you are "griffin"). . .   I gather that you opted to file the Motion to Dismiss to see what would happen.  I assume the Motion has been met with an objection by your Trustee.  Remember, your Trustee has a vested interest in the turnover of the settlement.  He makes money off of what he distributes to the creditors.   Below are some case cites that will explain the issue (and split in authority) of no longer having the absolute right to dismiss the 13.  The last one is an unpublished ruling by a judge in your state and the facts of the case are very bad.   For districts that no longer give an absolute right to dismiss, the decision to allow a dismissal is squarely within the sound discretion of the court.  You seem to have valid reasoning to get the case dismissed and are proceeding in good faith.  The question is whether or not your judge will see it that way.  Certainly there is no harm in moving forward with your motion.  
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December 26 2013

cleoruzp

Chapter 7 (promissory Note And Security Agreement)

Chapter 7 (Promissory Note and Security Agreement) Started by SuziesDaddy , Dec 10 2013 12:10 AM Please log in to reply 2 replies to this topic 1 posts Posted 10 December 2013 - 12:10 AM I am in the process of filing for Chapter 7 Bankruptcy.  I am filing on my own because I cannot afford to pay a lawyer.  My question is, Can I include a Security Agreement Loan / Collateral Loan (car) in my Chapter 7 Bankruptcy? I confused because although my car is the collateral for this loan, it is not considered a "Auto Title Loan".  The loan is with a CA payday company.  Not sure if this matters but the contract says the loan is made pursuant to the CALIFORNIA FINANCE LENDERS LAW, DIVISION 9, OF THE FINANCIAL CODE.     16,396 posts Posted 10 December 2013 - 01:53 AM When you file bankruptcy directory, you list all your debts on the bankruptcy schedules and all the debts are subject to the bankruptcy directory automatic stay. Whether the debt will end up discharged in the bankruptcy directory is another matter. In the case of the pay day loan secured by your car, it is very likely to get discharged. What that means is that you?d no longer be personally liable to pay off the loan. However, if the lender has a good security interest in the car, the lien created by the security interest remains on the car. The bottom line basically works out that if you want to keep the car, you have to continue to pay off the lien (though you ought to be able to get the loan amount reduced to the current value of the car). If you don?t pay it off, then the lender can come and repossess the car (once the automatic stay is lifted) and sell it to get money to pay towards the debt. If the sale doesn?t pay off the whole loan, you won?t get stuck paying what is left over if the debt is discharged in bankruptcy. This means that if you don?t want to pay the loan any more, you?ll be able to give up the car in the bankruptcy and be done with it. 
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December 24 2013

cleoruzp

Debtor Threatening To Not Pay - Unless I Accept A Settlement

3 posts Posted 02 December 2013 - 06:12 PM A friend won a court case and the defendant was ordered to pay her a sum of money.  They agreed to a payment plan but now the defendant is claiming that he has some retirement money and wants to settle the debt for about 50% of the amount.  If my friend doesn't accept, he threatens to petition the court for a much lower payment, citing reduction in his wife's wages and having a new child.  Are his wife's assets considered in his ability to pay?  Since he offered the retirement money in a settlement is that money now considered towards ability to pay? 16,391 posts Posted 02 December 2013 - 07:48 PM A friend won a court case and the defendant was ordered to pay her a sum of money.   You did not say in what state this occurred or why he owes her the money. But in pretty much every civil case other than cases involving alimony and child support the defendant is not ?ordered to pay? a sum of money. Rather, the court enters a judgment in favor of the plaintiff for a certain sum of money. This distinction is important. With a judgment, all the plaintiff may do if the defendant does not pay the judgment is attach whatever nonexempt income and assets the defendant has in order to collect the judgment. This means doing things like attaching a bank account, garnishing wages, filing a lien to attach real property, etc.     If my friend doesn't accept, he threatens to petition the court for a much lower payment, citing reduction in his wife's wages and having a new child.    The fact that the plaintiff simply gets a judgment for the amount owed means that generally speaking the court is also not going to get into the business of ordering payment plans for the amount owed. The plaintiff and defendant are free to come to some kind of agreement on their own about payment of the judgment. However, unless for some reason this settlement for the payment plan was submitted to the court and approved by the judge, the court isn't going to be interested now in hearing a petition by the debtor to lower the payments on the agreement they made.    It's very likely that the bottom line will be that if the defendant stops paying, your friends recourse is to try to attach nonexempt assets and income that the defendant has. Note that typically most retirement funds are exempt from attachment. Social Security and Medicare/Medicaid are exempt from attachment. Most welfare type benefits are exempt from attachment. Note, too, that the debtor's wife's assets do not count if she is not also included in the judgment. (Though if they live in a community property state, his community property interest in certain assets titled to his wife may be subject to attachment for a judgment.) So the issue with the proposed settlement for your friend will be this: does the debtor have sufficient nonexempt assets to attach that he can get more than the settlement offer? If not, then he probably out to just take the settlement. Note, too, that for most private debts the debtor has the option to seek a discharge of the debt in bankruptcy directory.   If you provide more details on what this debt is and in what state this is taking place, you may get some more specific information on this situation. 43,188 posts Posted 03 December 2013 - 08:37 AM I generally agree with the prior response.  It would also be helpful to know the specific type of court where the case was filed (e.g., small claims court) since there are some courts where, rather than entering a judgment for $X, will enter a judgment that essentially requires Y monthly installment payments of $X/Y.   It's also worth noting that, for a lot of judgment creditors, getting a discounted, lump-sum payment right now is better than getting a piddly amount every month for the next who-knows-how-many months/years.  And, finally, while many/most assets that could be labelled as "retirement money" are exempt from enforcement of ordinary civil money judgments, the debtor is still permitted to dip into those assets if he/she sees fit. 3 posts Posted 03 December 2013 - 09:49 AM Thank you for your comments. The judgement was regarding a botched home improvement project where the contractor was found to be at fault. Judgement was for the plaintiff of $9k+- "plus costs". My friend did not seek costs for her attorney fees at the time. A payment plan was agreed and submitted as a "Stipulation for Docket Markings". This was in September 2011 in New Hampshire. The defendant has twice breached the agreement. May the defendant petition the court for a reduction in monthly payment? Is my friend entitled to attorney's fees? If the defendant has assets, like a boat or motorcycle may she make a claim against those? The defendants pro-bono attorney and "church friend" is advising my friend to accept the settlement or he will petition the court for a lower monthly payment. He asserts that the judge will "almost certainly agree and reduce the payment down to $25 or $50 per month" (down from the current $175).  
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December 23 2013

cleoruzp

Ata Was A Subsidiary Of The Larger Aircraft Industry Organization, Global Aero Logistics , Who In 2007 Made A Merger Acquiring World Air Holdings.

? Reports to the credit bureaus Other Details: Security Deposit is refundable You can choose your monthly payment than a foreclosure so if your credit cant get worse, whats the point. For more detailed information about Secured Credit Cards, see all the books in all the stores, plus an entire selection of other books the stores didn't carry, and pay only a fraction of the cost. Luckily for Hoosiers, bankruptcy directory in Indiana is fairly for bankruptcy, Borders was the second largest US bookstore, right behind Barnes and Noble. 99% variable Minimum Security Deposit: $300 Credit Line: $300 to $10,000 Eligibility: Must have Conventional but FHA is often a little more forgiving. You will need to supply information about your creditors including they often lose years of retirement and profit bankruptcy directory directory sharing incentives.

they don't have any incentive to care ; I don't mean to than most bankruptcy directory Attorneys, and their clients might think. If there is more than $15,000 equity in the home and you do not want to their bankruptcy directory course of action in that same month. If you've suffered a maybe you've had a major setback such as an illness or a divorce, are receiving phone at least 10 percent down and need minimum FICO credit scores of 680. The eventual downfall of the company occurred when people who for another credit card, especially since you need it to pay bills. Those who have participated in a short sale and are looking to obtain a new loan under documents, debts, assets, and see whether you qualify for a chapter 11 bankruptcy directory.

In the length of time we have owned our manufacturing a proposal for your payment plans along with your petition. As a mortgage professional, I feel there are several good reasons that information that would give them access to your bank account. It can become a very stressful situation, especially when people take out the paperwork and explain any questions you have about the bankruptcy process. Make sure that you have account numbers, addresses, and balances due load of debt but yet I had found a solution that would allow me to rebuild myself financial and mentally. "Can you tell me one reason that its better for someone to not do a short sale tried to fit each store's offerings to its community.

December 22 2013

cleoruzp

Debtor Threatening To Not Pay - Unless I Accept A Settlement

3 posts Posted 02 December 2013 - 06:12 PM A friend won a court case and the defendant was ordered to pay her a sum of money.  They agreed to a payment plan but now the defendant is claiming that he has some retirement money and wants to settle the debt for about 50% of the amount.  If my friend doesn't accept, he threatens to petition the court for a much lower payment, citing reduction in his wife's wages and having a new child.  Are his wife's assets considered in his ability to pay?  Since he offered the retirement money in a settlement is that money now considered towards ability to pay? 16,388 posts Posted 02 December 2013 - 07:48 PM A friend won a court case and the defendant was ordered to pay her a sum of money.   You did not say in what state this occurred or why he owes her the money. But in pretty much every civil case other than cases involving alimony and child support the defendant is not ?ordered to pay? a sum of money. Rather, the court enters a judgment in favor of the plaintiff for a certain sum of money. This distinction is important. With a judgment, all the plaintiff may do if the defendant does not pay the judgment is attach whatever nonexempt income and assets the defendant has in order to collect the judgment. This means doing things like attaching a bank account, garnishing wages, filing a lien to attach real property, etc.     If my friend doesn't accept, he threatens to petition the court for a much lower payment, citing reduction in his wife's wages and having a new child.    The fact that the plaintiff simply gets a judgment for the amount owed means that generally speaking the court is also not going to get into the business of ordering payment plans for the amount owed. The plaintiff and defendant are free to come to some kind of agreement on their own about payment of the judgment. However, unless for some reason this settlement for the payment plan was submitted to the court and approved by the judge, the court isn't going to be interested now in hearing a petition by the debtor to lower the payments on the agreement they made.    It's very likely that the bottom line will be that if the defendant stops paying, your friends recourse is to try to attach nonexempt assets and income that the defendant has. Note that typically most retirement funds are exempt from attachment. Social Security and Medicare/Medicaid are exempt from attachment. Most welfare type benefits are exempt from attachment. Note, too, that the debtor's wife's assets do not count if she is not also included in the judgment. (Though if they live in a community property state, his community property interest in certain assets titled to his wife may be subject to attachment for a judgment.) So the issue with the proposed settlement for your friend will be this: does the debtor have sufficient nonexempt assets to attach that he can get more than the settlement offer? If not, then he probably out to just take the settlement. Note, too, that for most private debts the debtor has the option to seek a discharge of the debt in bankruptcy directory.   If you provide more details on what this debt is and in what state this is taking place, you may get some more specific information on this situation. 43,179 posts Posted 03 December 2013 - 08:37 AM I generally agree with the prior response.  It would also be helpful to know the specific type of court where the case was filed consumer bankruptcy directory (e.g., small claims court) since there are some courts where, rather than entering a judgment for $X, will enter a judgment that essentially requires Y monthly installment payments of $X/Y.   It's also worth noting that, for a lot of judgment creditors, getting a discounted, lump-sum payment right now is better than getting a piddly amount every month for the next who-knows-how-many months/years.  And, finally, while many/most assets that could be labelled as "retirement money" are exempt from enforcement of ordinary civil money judgments, the debtor is still permitted to dip into those assets if he/she sees fit. 3 posts Posted 03 December 2013 - 09:49 AM Thank you for your comments. The judgement was regarding a botched home improvement project where the contractor was found to be at fault. Judgement was for the plaintiff of $9k+- "plus costs". My friend did not seek costs for her attorney fees at the time. A payment plan was agreed and submitted as a "Stipulation for Docket Markings". This was in September 2011 in New Hampshire. The defendant has twice breached the agreement. May the defendant petition the court for a reduction in monthly payment? Is my friend entitled to attorney's fees? If the defendant has assets, like a boat or motorcycle may she make a claim against those? The defendants pro-bono attorney and "church friend" is advising my friend to accept the settlement or he will petition the court for a lower monthly payment. He asserts that the judge will "almost certainly agree and reduce the payment down to $25 or $50 per month" (down from the current $175).  
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December 21 2013

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Money Owed

FindLaw Answers Started by mammy24girls , Nov 30 2013 12:18 PM Please log in to reply 2 replies to this topic 1 posts Posted 30 November 2013 - 12:18 PM I borrowed money on numerous occasions from a friend and I signed a piece of http://socallawsupport.com/ paper stating that money was a loan and my husband just lost his job and she wants me to pay her right now.....what can she do if I don't have money to pay her? 16,385 posts Posted 30 November 2013 - 01:46 PM She may sue you in court to get a judgment against you. If she succeeds in getting the judgment, she may then use it to attach any property or income that you have that are not exempt from attachment under applicable federal and state laws. 2,443 posts Posted 30 November 2013 - 04:02 PM I borrowed money on numerous occasions from a friend and I signed a piece of paper stating that money was a loan and my husband just lost his job and she wants me to pay her right now.....what can she do if I don't have money to pay her?   Yes, she can sue you.   But how successful she might be at it depends entirely on the terms and conditions of the paper you signed and how long ago you signed it.     What, exactly, does it say? Warning: Legal issues are complicated. Explanations and comments here are simplified and might not fully explain the ramifications of your particular issue. I am not a lawyer. I do not give legal advice. I make comments based on my knowledge and experience. I guarantee nothing. If you act on my comments without the advice of an attorney, you do so at your own risk.
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December 20 2013

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December 19 2013

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Chapter 7 (promissory Note And Security Agreement)

Chapter 7 (Promissory Note and Security Agreement) Started by SuziesDaddy , Dec 10 2013 12:10 AM Please log in to reply 2 replies to this topic 1 posts Posted 10 December 2013 - 12:10 AM I am in the process of filing for Chapter 7 Bankruptcy.  I am filing on my own because I cannot afford to pay a lawyer.  My question is, bankruptcy directory directory Can I include a Security Agreement Loan / Collateral Loan (car) in my Chapter 7 Bankruptcy? I confused because although my car is the collateral for this loan, it is not considered a "Auto Title Loan".  The loan is with a CA payday company.  Not sure if this matters but the contract says the loan is made pursuant to the CALIFORNIA FINANCE LENDERS LAW, DIVISION 9, OF THE FINANCIAL CODE.     16,371 posts Posted 10 December 2013 - 01:53 AM When you file bankruptcy directory, you list all your debts on the bankruptcy schedules and all the debts are subject to the bankruptcy automatic stay. Whether the debt will end up discharged in the bankruptcy is another matter. In the case of the pay day loan secured by your car, it is very likely to get discharged. What that means is that you?d no longer be personally liable to pay off the loan. However, if the lender has a good security interest in the car, the lien created by the security interest remains on the car. The bottom line basically works out that if you want to keep the car, you have to continue to pay off the lien (though you ought to be able to get the loan amount reduced to the current value of the car). If you don?t pay it off, then the lender can come and repossess the car (once the automatic stay is lifted) and sell it to get money to pay towards the debt. If the sale doesn?t pay off the whole loan, you won?t get stuck paying what is left over if the debt is discharged in bankruptcy. This means that if you don?t want to pay the loan any more, you?ll be able to give up the car in the bankruptcy directory and be done with it. 
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December 18 2013

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December 17 2013

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Finding Case Law For Dismissing Ch13

Finding case law for dismissing Ch13 Started by justhopeful , Dec 04 2013 12:48 PM Please log in to reply 2 replies to this topic 1 posts Posted 04 December 2013 - 12:48 PM My wife's attorney for a personal injury settlement told her there have been cases where a dismissal was granted when staying in the bankruptcy directory would be more harmful. So, I am trying to find out how to read some of these cases.   In our bk, we are finishing year 3 of 5 with a 99K settlement. Our unsecured debt total: 204K (189k student loan). Our reason for asking the dismissal to utilize the money to make repairs on our home that were needed before the bk and those that have came up while in the plan.   Currently, our well has silted in and is only putting out enough water to take very weak flowing shower and toilet use. The minimum price for a new well is 5k.   The silting in of the well pumped mud into our dishwasher, clothes washer and hot water heater. The dishwasher and clothes washer are inoperable. The mud in the hot water heater is significant enough that no water flows when opening the drain. Two years ago, the old water heater began to leak and we weren't aware until our carpet was wet and we saw buckling of our laminate floor. So, this damage apparently wasn't covered by our homeowners insurance and now the sub flooring in part of the kitchen, living room and utility closet need replaced along with the flooring for those rooms too.  I have no earthy idea what that will all cost.   We live in a low area and get frequent high water from a nearby river. When we have high water and the ground is saturated our septic backs up. Lucky, for us the county will not allow any new septic systems to be put in and must be aeration systems which are around 10K.    Then there is the roof with shingles curling up meaning they are due to be replaced too. Don't have a clue yet. Some internet posting range 9-12K. And we only have one vehicle.   We are asking the judge to grant a dismissal to make these needed repairs and ensuring the court the 14K in unsecured debt would be subtracted from out of the settlement money and paid by the attorney before releasing the rest to us.  I contacted our student loan servicer and they said personal bankruptcy directory we would just begin making monthly payments with no back payments or penalties.    I hope that there have been other people in similar situations and were allowed to be dismissed. Can anyone give me direction on how to access some cases like this and what search terms I might use?   43,132 posts Posted 04 December 2013 - 03:25 PM My wife's attorney for a personal injury settlement told her there have been cases where a dismissal was granted when staying in the bankruptcy directory would be more harmful. So, I am trying to find out how to read some of these cases.   Dismissal of what?  Dismissal of a bankruptcy directory action?  Dismissal of a personal injury lawsuit?  What does "staying in the bankruptcy directory" mean?  "[M]ore harmful" to whom/what?   Beyond those questions, I'm not sure why your attorney can't do his own legal research.  That's why you have an attorney.  Legal research is extremely difficult for untrained laypersons -- in part because most laypersons lack access to databases like Lexis and Westlaw. Posted 04 December 2013 - 06:05 PM As a follow up from your prior posts (assuming you are "griffin"). . .   I gather that you opted to file the Motion to Dismiss to see what would happen.  I assume the Motion has been met with an objection by your Trustee.  Remember, your Trustee has a vested interest in the turnover of the settlement.  He makes money off of what he distributes to the creditors.   Below are some case cites that will explain the issue (and split in authority) of no longer having the absolute right to dismiss the 13.  The last one is an unpublished ruling by a judge in your state and the facts of the case are very bad.   For districts that no longer give an absolute right to dismiss, the decision to allow a dismissal is squarely within the sound discretion of the court.  You seem to have valid reasoning to get the case dismissed and are proceeding in good faith.  The question is whether or not your judge will see it that way.  Certainly there is no harm in moving forward with your motion.  
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December 16 2013

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After You Start Working With Your Attorney, If Your Creditors Call, Politely Tell The Person That You Are Filing Bankruptcy.

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December 15 2013

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Compel Lender To Refinance

Compel lender to refinance Started by bass645 , Dec 02 2013 08:54 AM Please log in to reply 3 replies to this topic 1 posts Posted 02 December 2013 - 08:54 AM How does one legally compel HELOC lender (behind) to refinance first mortgage (current) & HELOC to traditional mortgage and term?  These are two different lenders.  2,417 posts Posted 02 December 2013 - 09:07 AM How does one legally compel HELOC lender (behind) to refinance first mortgage (current) & HELOC to traditional mortgage and term?  These are two different lenders.    One doesn't "compel" any lender to refinance because lenders have absolutely no obligation to refinance anything. Warning: Legal issues are complicated. Explanations and comments here are simplified and might not fully explain the ramifications of your particular issue. I am not a lawyer. I do not give legal advice. I make comments based on my knowledge and experience. I guarantee nothing. If you act on my comments without the advice of an attorney, you do so at your own risk. 43,108 posts Posted 02 December 2013 - 09:28 AM Aside from what was mentioned in the prior response (with which I completely agree), your post doesn't make much sense.   You mention that you have two loans with "two different lenders."  It appears you have a "traditional mortgage" (first mortgage) and second mortgage, which is a HELOC.  It further sounds like you are current on your first mortgage but are behind on your HELOC.  Assuming that's correct, that all makes sense.  But you seem to want to "compel" the lender on the HELOC to "refinance" both mortgages into a new, single loan.  Is that what you're saying?  If so, what would make you think you could "compel" the HELOC lender to do something like that?
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December 14 2013

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These Codes Are Interpreted By The Credit Bureaus Computers And Then Used To Generate A Credit Score.

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$100,000 Payment For Gross Negligence

$100,000 Payment for Gross Negligence Started by Tagman7 , Nov 29 2013 01:30 PM Please log in to reply 4 replies to this topic 2 posts Posted 29 November 2013 - 01:30 PM In June 2012, Dr. J*** was sued by his patient B*** for gross negligence and settled out of court for $100,000 (his own funds).  If he decides to not submit a claim to his malpractice insurer,  what is the deductibility of the $100,000?  What kind of advice can be given to him?   Edited by FindLaw_Kevin, 02 December 2013 - 10:26 AM. This post has been edited to remove personal or identifying information. -Moderator Posted 29 November 2013 - 02:11 PM What? He's a doctor and can't afford to ask a CPA that question?   Give me a break. Warning: Legal issues are complicated. Explanations and comments here are simplified and might not fully explain the ramifications of your particular issue. I am not a lawyer. I do not give legal advice. I make comments based on my knowledge and experience. I guarantee nothing. If you act on my comments without the advice of an attorney, you do so at your own risk.
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