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Can you find out if person has claimed bankruptcy?
It depends on who "you" are. If the person has lived in the same state or part of a state for his adult life, you can search the records of the bankruptcy court for that state or district within the state. If the person has moved around a bit, you can only find out by getting access to a credit report. which most ordinary people cannot do. Somelocal newspapers publish local bankruptcy filings, but not all of those newspapers put their contents online.
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Answer Bankruptcy is extremely complicated and it is strongly recommended that you use an attorney to file. Many attorneys offer free consultations to tell you …more about bankruptcy and if it is helpful for you to file. Based on the county in which you live, you are assigned to a particular Federal Division of a particular Federal District of a particular Federal Circuit. Once you find out what Division your county is assigned to, you have to sign and file a bankruptcy petition in the Clerk of the Bankruptcy Court for the appropriate Division. This gets your case started. After filing, the Bankruptcy Court will notify you of the date and time of your hearing. Please note that nothing in this posting or in any other posting constitutes legal advice; this is simply my understanding of the facts and law, which I do not warrant, and I am not suggesting any course of action or inaction to any person. Speak to a lawyer for specific advice. If you have any questions, please refer to a lawyer in your jurisdiction. Thanks!
Yes you can. There is no legal base for a Bank to fire you for filing bankruptcy..... Filing bankruptcy is not a crime..... I even know people that got hired to work at the Ba…nk after they had filed Chapter 13. I had to file chapter 13 after my divorce and got a raise couple months later at the bank. Not because I filed bankruptcy or because they would have felt sorry for me about getting divorce but because my job performance.
Answer Filing bankruptcy creates an "automatic stay" which is a court order stopping most efforts to collect a debt, including lawsuits. Whether or not you are e…ligible for a discharge of the particular debt depends on the type of claim filed against you. In the case of an auto accident, liability for death or injury resulting from driving under the influence of alcohol or drugs cannot be discharged. The decision to file bankruptcy and which type of bankrupty to file should be made after consultation with a qualified attorney. You must another an number of factors into consideration such as the amount of your dischargeable debt, value of your assets, income and expenses.
If someone owes you money and you have a promissory note signed and notarized can that person claim the promissory note in a bankruptcy?
Answer . Notarizing a promissory note does not give the lender any special protection if the borrower files for bankruptcy. The debt would be discharged in bankruptcy unle…ss you could prove fraud or if you had a lien on some of the debtor's property.
It is when an indivdual (or married couple) file for bankruptcy rather than a business or corporation.
Presuming you mean mentally incompetent...which would need to be determined legally...that prson would then have whoever was appointed t administer their affairs file fo…r them on their behalf.
Yes, because after bk discharge you still own the house . The only way to get out from under the house is to get your name off the deed. Ether by forcloser, short sale, or nor…mal sale. If you can find someone to quit claim deed to that will work also. Because after bk discharge you are not responsible for the mortgage, so if you can get off of the deed you are free.
If you can find a foolish banker, yes. If not, try a grant of some sort. Charities that help you get your life back on track, welfare agencies. ans If you… are still in C 13, you must speak to your trustee about getting any new debt or changing anything financial...or your case will be dismissed and you may be charged with fraud. Otherwise, anyone can lend to anyone they want. most lenders will not lend to people who have been BK for several years, and charge much higher interest rates when they do. Also, you may want to consider the definition of insanity is sometimes said to doing the same thing you have done and expecting a different result. Remember what happened the last time you were in debt? should be clear by now, if you can't afford your lifestyle without it...you really can't afford life with debt!
Claiming Back Taxes in Bankruptcy Only if they are more than three years old and meet specific requirements More specifically, yes, taxes may be discharged in bankruptcy and… are in a suprisingly low claim priority position....I believe 7th. Generally, income taxes for periods more than 2 or 3 years previous are not able to be assessed, being past the Statute of Limitations (however a number of items may extend that statute), and would not need o be claimed.
It depends on what assets you are talking about. Should you declare things like your house and car in your bankruptcy the bank or financier would have a claim to them fi…rst before anyone else. EXAMPLE: I declare my 2008 Chevy Trailblazer in bankruptcy - GMAC holds the loan and title to the car so they would come and repossess it. Declare your home in bankruptcy and whatever bank has your mortgage will, eventually, foreclose and kick you out and take possession of the house and property. If you're talking about your personal assets ... it really depends if they're worth anything. When you file for bankruptcy the trustee handling your case will determine what assets you have and if they are worth liquidating to get money to give to your creditors. If you're worried about the computer you bought last year they won't want it ... don't forget ... you have to take into consideration that whatever they MIGHT take from you is used and therefore has depreciated in value. On the other hand if you tell them you have a $10,000 home theater set-up or a 2ct. diamond ring, stocks, bonds, gold ... things of that nature may have to be liquidated but I'd say probably not. I'd STRONGLY recommend hiring an attorney to handle your bankruptcy case ... there is too much paperwork that needs to be done ... it's worth the cost, plus they can advise you on different situations you may encounter! Hope this info helps!!!
Filing for bankruptcy is one of five ways to get out of tax debt, but you should consider bankruptcy only if you meet the requirements for discharging your taxes.
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The actual amount varies from situation to situation, but the general rules used to consider claiming bankruptcy are summarized as follows: * The amount owed to creditors mus…t be greater than that held in marketable assets (e.g., bank accounts, car, 401k, etc.) * The income (after taxes and required living expenses) of the debtor(s) does not cover the minimum amount of principal and interest necessary to pay off all debt in a "reasonable amount of time" (for non-primary real estate assets, people use seven to ten years) * You have made a very strong attempt to reduce your living expenses to only the necessities * You have been unable to negotiate a workout with one or all of your creditors Bankruptcy is a last resort. You will keep your home (if you don't own it outright, if you do, you will end up having to get a mortgage to pay off creditors) and may keep a vehicle, but that is it. You will not be able to get credit for at least seven years following the event, making major life changes difficult (e.g., a new baby, marriage, school, etc.). If you are considering bankruptcy, see a credit professional in order to be sure that bankruptcy is your only route to debt freedom.
Yes. If you include it with all other debts and all of your assets. You can't pick and choose. go to www.nolo.com for answers and reading...I used it and it's the best.
Yes, a person is still bondable. They just have to be able to pay their bond or have a clear background check to be bondable.
Can you repossess a vehicle that you signed title over to the person and at same time got a paper notarized she owes you a balance that she never paid and she claimed your car in her bankruptcy?
First, if you don't have a lien in the title, that is, NAMED on the title, you will have trouble repossing no matter what. You have a general claim against the person, not sec…ured by the car. Second, his BK stops all collection actions by you anyway, you need to file a claim and go through the prcess, as a very low standing because you aren't secured against anything, to get paid anthing. Notary means, well just about nothing ever. That's it, do your own legal work without one iota of understanding of what your doing...works out well. NOTARY? What do you think that means?