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Can you put a judgment on an ex-boyfriend who owes you 25 thousand dollars?
You will need to follow due process of law. Which begins with filing a lawsuit in the court of jurisdiction. If you win you petition for a writ of judgment and then execute it against any of his nonexempt property. There is also wage garnishment and bank account levy options. Winning a lawsuit does not automatically mean you are going to get the money owed you.
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Yes, any type of judgment will allow the creditor to levy on the debtor's bank accounts. Since it is a default judgment, it might be possible to apply to the court to ha…ve it set aside, if the circumstances are right.
25% = .25 .25 X $10,000 = $2500
25% of $50,000.00 = 25% * 50000 = 0.25 * 50000 = $12,500.00
You would write this as: $25,000,000,000
First you start by filing against the individual. After which if the courts find in your favor the following will apply. A judgment is issued by the court. Highlighting "judge…" in the word judgment. It then is the duty of the courts to record all judgments. Yeah but just because you may have won a case or "judgment" I don't think that automatically means...that person has a judgment on their credit? I think there maybe be further actions or steps that must be taken in order for that to happen? Am I wrong??? I won the case and judge ordered 2000 expense. Now my lawyer had to file the judment in the court but I don't know what is the next step. I am exasted and running out of money fasttt!! THERE ARE COMPANIES LIKE LEXIS NEXUS AND MANY OTHER OUT THERE THAT HAVE ACCESS TO ALL COURT FILINGS AND THEY REPORT ALL JUDGEMENTS, BKs, LIENS, ANY PUBLIC RECORDS TO ALL 3 CRAs. YOU HAVE TO DO NOTHING ELSE BUT GET YOUR JUDGEMENT IN COURT AFTER THAT IT BECOMES A PUBLIC RECORD. . We won a judgment in court awhile back, but there was no place on the form for the defendant's social security number. The only address we had for her was her work address, which is where we had her served. I have wondered if there was a way we could report the judgment to the credit bureau ourselves (we have her social security number). If we can't, I don't really see how this would ever get on her credit report. After you obtain a judgment, you must then obtain what is called an abstract judgment. You then take the abstract judgment down to the county clerks office and record the abstract judgment. You can obtain an abstract judgment generally 10 days or so after the judge rules in your favor and the case has become final (i.e all appeals have been exhausted). The recording of the abstract judgment will cause it to be placed on their credit and must be recorded every 10 years (in Texas).
maybe about $17,000
IF your marginal tax rate is 15% 15000 X 15% = 2250 First use this calculator in the Related Link below to determine how much tax you would owe on your entire income for the… year without the $15,000. Then add $15,000 to your income for the year and use the calculator again. The difference between the two answers is how much federal income tax you owe on the $15,000. If this $15,000 is from self-employment, add about another 15% for self-employment tax. Then add your state and local taxes, if any.
ummmm 6.25% well $6.25
You are the only one that has all of the necessary information that will have to be reported on your 1040 FEDERAL income tax return for the year in order to do the calculation… for the numbers that you are looking for. After you complete your 1040 federal income tax return correctly to your TAXABLE INCOME and page 2 lines 43 and Line 44 you will know the amount of your income liability before any credits or other taxes. Continue from Line 45 to the last lines at the bottom of the 1040 page 2 and then you will know how much taxes you will have to pay if any after you complete your 1040 income tax return correctly
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If you bought a car for 12 thousand dollars and still owe 5 thousand dollars would the auctioned value pay the balance?
Tooo many variables in your questions to give a definite answer. Things like general condition of the car, market values,demand for that model at the auction, ect. Bottom line… GUESS?? NO. What you pay 12K for retail might bring 4-6K the next day at auction. Consider how long you drove it,ect. Good Luck
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You can wait and see if the estate is going to collect the judgment. You can also talk to an attorney and consult them about this.
If someone owes you money can you put a notice on their credit report of upcoming lawsuit even before judgment occurs?
If someone owes you money, you can not put a notice on their credit report of an upcoming lawsuit. A judgment must be entered in court, before it can be reported to a cred…it report.
Can a lien be put on a Non Profit for judgments against its Director who owes past rent and was just evicted?
To answer this question, I need to make the assumption the judgment in question is against the individual, who just happens to be employed by the Non Profit as its Director (e…xecutive director or merely a person on the Board?), and is for his or her personal debt. I also add the caveat that I am making the leap of faith that this would also be good law in your state, I am an Ohio attorney and am answering based on Ohio's laws. While Ohio's law on this topic is pretty mainstream, your state may be different, however unlikely that that seems. It sounds like the only relationship that the Non Profit has to this debt is the fact that the debtor is an employee. The Non Profit would not be liable for the personal debts of its employee unless it guaranteed the payment or collection of the debt in writing. If it did, which would be unusual, you would then have to sue the Non Profit on that written guarantee. One possibility is that if the individual is the employee ("executive director" rather than volunteer Board member "Director"), you may be able to garnish his or her wages paid by the Non Profit, or any other employer, for that matter. Your state may require that you have a lawyer handle the garnishment. You should also check to see what the usual court is that people use for collection purposes in your area. Here in Cleveland, even though you may have gotten a judgment in Common Pleas Court, most people transfer the judgment to the Municipal Court because people feel that that court is better equipped to handle the collection procedures. Ohio permits you to hold a "debtor's examination" to identify the debotrs assets. If you can do that in your state you will want to find out all of their banking information, real and personal property he or she owns, including any intangible property, such as stocks and possibly notes. The Non Profit may owe the Director money from current or past wages, or may owe the Director reimbursable funds for money loaned or advanced to the Non Profit. Also, a non profit has "members" rather than "shareholders" as a for profit does. For Profit shares are an asset which could be seized by the court and sold to satisfy all or part of the debt. Non profit members have no such asset to be seized and sold, nor do they have any ownership rights in the assets of the Non Profit. Here, if a non profit goes out of business, the assets are not to be distributed to the members, but transferred to another non profit. Check with a lawyer in your state, but it is unlikely that the Non Profit can be held liable for the debts of another. You may be able to get free legal advice from your local bar association referral service. Frequently, lawyers on the referral list agree to give a free initial consultation. Call your local bar association, ask for the referral service and ask them whether they have such an arrangement. I hope that this helped. Russell O'Rourke, Cleveland, Ohio www.OhioLienLaw.com
What is the minimum dollar amount required for a civil judgment in order to put a lien on someones home in California?
There is no minimum amount to limit your suit. It just may be too costly to sue if the amount owed is small. If someone owes you money and refuses to pay you can sue in co…urt. If you are successful, you can request a Writ of Execution and the court will issue a judgment lien that can be recorded by the sheriff in the land records. The property cannot be sold or refinanced until the lien is paid. There is a filing fee to file the initial suit. The local county sheriff must serve notice of the suit and then the writ, and then record the writ in the land records. You should contact that office before you act to determine how costly the fees would be for the service and recording of the lien. If the amount owed is really small, the fees associated with the suit and recording the execution may be too much to make it worth your time. You should also visit the courthouse in your jurisdiction and check into suing in small claims court. It may be less expensive.