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john m
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Subject: car repo being sued
 
Posted on Sat Jun 26, 2010 8:25 pm  

i am unemployed and need to sell my 2 quads to pay for rent and food for me my 12 year old son but i just got a summons to go to court over a volintary repo what should i do
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Subject: car repo being sued
 
Posted on Sat Jun 26, 2010 8:27 pm  

i am unemployed and need to sell my 2 quads to pay for rent and food for me my 12 year old son but i just got a summons to go to court over a volintary repo what should i do
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Subject: bankruptcy
 
Posted on Sun Jun 27, 2010 8:15 am  

If I am using my credit for someone else to purchace a vehicle, and they have been making the payment on time, how do I file bankruptcy without them loosing there vehicle?
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Posted on Thu Jul 08, 2010 5:07 pm  

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Do you know how bankruptcy filing will affect your ability to get a security clearance?


Bankruptcy filing will not have any adverse effect on security clearance.But one should not apply for permanent residency in other country. after filing BK.
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Subject: bankruptcy
 
Posted on Wed Jul 14, 2010 3:27 pm  

If you file chaper 7 can they take your vehicle away? I have a job but can't make end meet with this job. I do not have other assests to my name nor money. My vehicle is worth about 700 dollars but that is the only way i can make it to work.
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Subject: bankruptcy
 
Posted on Fri Jul 16, 2010 11:51 am  

Hi erma,

Whether or not your creditor or the collection agency can take away your vehicle depend son certain factors. Can you say whether or not you included the vehicle in the bankruptcy? If it was not included, and is not paid for, the creditor or collection agency can take away your vehicle.

If it was included in the bankruptcy, and if there's a deficit amount which you are unable to pay, any of your assets can be taken depending on the exemptions, and laws. I think you can discuss about this with your bankruptcy lawyer.

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Aaron
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Subject: bankruptcy in RI
 
Posted on Thu Aug 12, 2010 5:16 pm  

I have much debt since my husband passed away a few years ago. I have been harrassed and dragged to court several times and made and paid payment arrangements with my creditors. Today yet another creditor garnished my wages and now I can't afford to pay my mortgage. I spoke with a bankruptcy lawyer once before and he said that I couldn't claim bankruptcy on debts that were already being paid thru the court system. Is this true and how do I survive now...not to mention I have an 18 yr old mentally challenged child to support alone. Thanks for any quick answers that I can get!
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Subject: bankruptcy
 
Posted on Fri Aug 13, 2010 9:36 am  

Hi Kimmy,

No there this no such thing like what the bankruptcy lawyer has said. You can file bankruptcy even if you are making payments on already issued judgments. It is sad that the lawyer rather than helping you is guiding you in the wrong way. I think you should go to another attorney.

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Subject: getting sued
 
Posted on Thu Sep 16, 2010 5:52 am  

im getting sued from an landlord i had rented awhile ago. could i fill for bankupcty now or should i wait when i go to court and he is a lawyer!
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Subject: getting sued
 
Posted on Thu Sep 16, 2010 9:44 am  

Hi gima,

Yes, you can file bankruptcy now itself. But, why do you want to file bankruptcy for just a single debt? Can you provide more details on your situation?

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Subject: Bankruptcy
 
Posted on Tue Oct 05, 2010 1:43 pm  

So I'm currently purchasing a car on 60 month loan. I have about 29 months to go and I'm about 1 month behind in payments. I have about 4 credit cards who have turned my account over to collection agencies, as well as two medical bills I can't pay.

My question is, if I file Chapter 13, how will this affect my car? Will everything be consolidated into a lower payment? I live paycheck to paycheck and never have two pennies at the end of the week. Will my car payment be extended?
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Posted on Tue Oct 19, 2010 11:52 pm  

i did a favor for a person and now in the hole 15000 dollars. if i take them to court and sue them can they file bankruptcy and not have to pay any of that back to me?
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Subject: Help
 
Posted on Sun Nov 07, 2010 3:21 am  

I did everything to save my house. Hired this man who my wife and I trusted because he was helping my father in law. Little did we know he didnt do anything. Took about 1700.00 and wanted 2300.00 dollars more for his company that only was able to negotiate with our lender to add what we stopped paying to our last year bringing the home loan to 280k when the house was only worth around 145k-a165k. My house sold in auction on July 21 2010 because i refused to pay 6500 dollars to the company that supposibly was going to flip my house and sell it back to me in 5 years. When The "processor" called my wife and demanded the money in 2 days to listed on a private short sale or our house was going up for auction and we would have to leave . Well i work in a state mental hospital in california, i am police officer all i needed was my lender to work with me since our budget was cut my 15%, but ofcorse he didn't. It was an invester who was our lender and he did not wanted to negotiate at all. I got served with papers stating that the house sold and if i was the owner i had 3 days to leave the home or if i was the renter i had 90 days. I packed all of my family's belongings and moved. Now i am renting, have a judgement agaist me and my wife cant find a job. It seems like it doesnt get any better for us. I found out our lender bought the house back and nobody is living there yet. Can I still fill bankruptcy even if i have a judgement against me? I went to one bankruptcy lawyer and he practically said i didn't qualify for bankruptcy. I didnt know you had to qualify, Do you? I just want to put this bad experience behind me, and have a fresh start with my family. I have enough stress at work, dealing with inmates, I do not want to stress about this if there is help outthere for me and my family. What do you suggest? Please answer at your early convinience. Thank You Confused
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Subject: Bankruptcy and being sued
 
Posted on Wed Nov 17, 2010 2:45 am  

Hi! I am currently defending a felony case where I am innocent and have been sent to trial. The estimated cost of my defense will be roughly 30k and I fear that when the courts find me innocent, that the family of the "victim" will try to sue me for a LOT of money. if i file for bankruptcy will that save me from the civil suet?
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Subject: bankrupcy after being served
 
Posted on Thu Nov 18, 2010 4:24 am  

I am being sued for $14,680.19 in medical bills. Can I file bankruptcy?

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