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Bankruptcy Legal Answers

Bankruptcy Legal Answers
You have to include all your creditors on your schedule. If you want to keep the furniture purchased from the different creditors, then you have to reaffirm the debt, which may defeat the purpose for filing the bankruptcy. Failure to do so, the creditors are entitled to their goods. It's more like you cannot afford to keep what you have!... Read More
You have to include all your creditors on your schedule. If you want to keep the furniture purchased from the different creditors, then you have to... Read More
Yes you can include such debt in your bankruptcy. Luckily in bankruptcy, the bankruptcy looks at the substance of the judgement such as what the debt is  If it is a unsecured debt then you can discharge it in your bankruptcy case. However there are exceptions to the dischargeability rule Contact & Information a local bankruptcy attorney to assist you If you reside in Houston, our firm provide free consultation to go over your facts and options so that you can make the best decision possible   Peter Kim, attorney Phone 713 259 3929... Read More
Yes you can include such debt in your bankruptcy. Luckily in bankruptcy, the bankruptcy looks at the substance of the judgement such as what the debt... Read More
Your facts are not very clear, but if you are a creditor secured by the vehicle and the debtor is behind on payments, you must get permission from the bankruptcy court to repossess it under applicable nonbankruptcy law.  You need to file a Motion For Relief From Automatic Stay to do so.  ... Read More
Your facts are not very clear, but if you are a creditor secured by the vehicle and the debtor is behind on payments, you must get permission from... Read More
Filing a chapter 7 bankruptcy does not protect you from losing your horses. If you file a chapter 7 bankruptcy to prevent them from being sold at auction by the judgment creditor, the chapter 7 trustee will take possessions of the horses and liquidate them to pay your creditors.
Filing a chapter 7 bankruptcy does not protect you from losing your horses. If you file a chapter 7 bankruptcy to prevent them from being sold at... Read More
You can file eight years after your last filing, so you can in theory file again.
You can file eight years after your last filing, so you can in theory file again.

Civil judgement in nys

Answered a month ago by attorney Michael D. Siegel   |   1 Answer   |  Legal Mostics: Bankruptcy Lawyer
A judgment is good for 20 years from the date it is entered on the court system.
A judgment is good for 20 years from the date it is entered on the court system.
If you have enough property that requires a will to dispose, you can afford a lawyer.  Call legal aid.
If you have enough property that requires a will to dispose, you can afford a lawyer.  Call legal aid.
That depends on which Chapter of bankruptcy you filed, which you have not disclosed here. If you filed a Chapter 7 case, it should not matter at all. However, if you are in an active Chapter 13 or Chapter 11 case, there can be big repercussions depending on your spouse's income and expenses.  Primarily what can happen is that you will be responsible for any increase in your household disposable income from the date you got married forward, so you may end up with a large amount you need to pay at the end of your case in order to obtain your discharge. You should discuss this with your bankruptcy attorney immediately as they are in the best position to advise you on how to proceed, after reviewing all the relevant facts specific to your case.... Read More
That depends on which Chapter of bankruptcy you filed, which you have not disclosed here. If you filed a Chapter 7 case, it should not matter at... Read More

Bankruptcy what should i do

Answered a month ago by attorney Bankruptcy Attorney Mark J. Markus   |   1 Answer   |  Legal Mostics: Bankruptcy Lawyer
Bankruptcy is a good way to clean your credit and start rebuilding it, but the money owed to the child support agency may not be dischargeable.  But you should consult with a bankruptcy attorney regarding your options and to help you decide on your best path.
Bankruptcy is a good way to clean your credit and start rebuilding it, but the money owed to the child support agency may not be dischargeable. ... Read More
If you had a 100% plan and all filed claims have been paid in full, you should contact the Trustee to start the closing process and get your discharge (if eligible).  Any surplus remaining will be returned to you, or your attorney, depending on the local bankruptcy rules for the district where your case was filed.... Read More
If you had a 100% plan and all filed claims have been paid in full, you should contact the Trustee to start the closing process and get your... Read More




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