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How do you get your ex-boyfriend to pay you back money the owes you?
The saying goes "don't lend money to family and friends!" If the person doesn't bother to pay you back (and most don't) then there will always be that between you and you'll never feel the same about the person again. Remember, you work hard for that money! Unless you signed a contract with a witness (most people don't when it's just a personal loan from your bank account) then you are stuck with not getting your money back. Sorry (I've been stung before but learned from the first time around.)
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Answer Ethically: If you borrow, you should repay.
If your sibling owes money to your mom at the time of your moms death does she have to pay it back to the estate.?
That will depend on the will, if there is no will and no signed document then the answer is "no" There MUST BE PROOF that the debt is owed in the first place!!! Your… sibling absolutely has to repay the debt to the estate, especially if there is no will. In fact, the only way your sibling can get out of paying the debt is if there IS a will and the will specifically forgives the debt. The debt is an asset of the estate and must be collected by the executor. If your sibling is the executor, she still must pay it back. Frequently, in situations like this, the debt is not actually paid to the estate. The person owing the money simply has his or her inheritance reduced by an appropriate pro rata amount depending on the circumstances. If there is no signed document evidencing the debt, it must still be repaid if the debt can be proved by other means.
Pay up your arrears before applying. The military does not allow late child support.
Im assuming that you have taken out a loan or credit card which is then backed with "guarantee cheques". So after you have missed or discontinue repayments they will have de…posited the "guarantee cheques" which (Im assuming) will have bounced. Bouncing the cheque is a criminal offence in the U.A.E and as such you will have a case against you and should you enter the U.A.E again (who the hell would want to) you will be arrested on arrival and placed in jail until the debt is cleared. Now that you have left Dubai and returned to Australia... there is NOTHING the banks in Dubai can do. They may and most likely will hire a "debt collection" agency who may try to drive you mental with calls and letters (assuming they can find you) but the fact is there isn't a thing they can do at all... the contract was written in Dubai between you and a Dubai company which is ONLY enforceable in the U.A.E. If the amount was large they may have reported it to Interpol... however the fact is Interpol has two tests 1) is the crimes that the said accused performed illegal in the country he is now in. YES or NO. - Bouncing a cheque is not a crime in most civilised nations... i.e pretty much every nation outside of the Middle East and Nor is going bankrupt. So you have no problem there! 2) if the accused were to be found guilty of the said crime, would he or she be sentenced to a MINIMUM of one year in Jail?? In both questions the answer in Australia, Europe, the U.S and most of Asia (civilised countries) is NO!! So you don't have any problem! If you do feel guilt (and you shouldn't... you know that the Emirati's are given pardon from jail without paying their debts yet the expats are locked in until they pay!! vile!) You can contact the banks and negotiate... they know (despite what they say) that they cannot get you.. so negotiate to pay 5% of the debt they will accept around 10% and BEFORE you pay.. (have a friend go and pay the money there for you) make sure you get a signed and stamped "clearance letter" if they don't give you that, then you pay no money!!
If an amount of back child support is owed and the person owing gets a workman's compensation settlement can they be required to pay the back child support with that money?
YesSimple answer is yes. Any money or assets owned by that person, even joint bank accounts, can be attached or have lien placed against it and this does include workers comp.… Even the man goes on welfare his welfare checks can be garnished. And no it does not matter if he has ever seen the child or not, he can still be forced to pay with anything he owns and also be forced to pay for whatever he was supposed to pay. Hope this helps.
Absolutely. Their bankruptcy only means they may get relief from paying their debts. It doesn't change your obligations at all. (If anything, it means it's harder for …you to avoid them, because now, others - includinf the Court) are interested in making sure they get what you owe). In fact, all that companys assets, (and your account receivable is one), will be used to pay what they owe...and the court will make sure all of those assets that can be collected are, and are used for that purpose.
Unless you have a contract with his signature on it then it will be extremely difficult to get the money from him. You would need to seek legal counsel which is very expensiv…e and probably would chew up the money he owes you in fees alone. My first husband (I divorced him) stole $7,000 of mine that I worked very hard for. By law in Canada this matter of money was a separate case from the divorce case and I decided he wasn't worth the aggravation and I just walked away. Getting that money back would have been chewed up (and more) by the lawyer I had.
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Answer My son (dependent child) was owed around that amount. They have given him 2 installments of around $1800 spaced six months apart and I was told tha…t the remaining balance would be paid as the third installment..
How do you get your ex-boyfriend to pay you back money the owes you. I made iou and he didnt sign it?
If you have witnesses to the loan, and if there's enough money involved, you can try small claims court. Otherwise, accept the fact that he's not going to pay you back (and ma…ybe mention to your friends that they shouldn't loan him any money). And be glad he's your EX-boyfriend!
If this is about the income tax refund offset program through the FMS. You can use the below enclosed information and phone number. The Department of Treasury's Financial Mana…gement Service (FMS), which issues IRS tax refunds, has been authorized by Congress to conduct the Treasury Offset Program. Through this program, your refund or overpayment may be reduced by FMS and offset to pay any past due child support, Federal agency non tax debts, or state income tax obligations. Go to the IRS gov website and use the search box for Topic 203 - Failure to Pay Child Support, Federal Non Tax and State Income Tax Obligations For additional information, FMS can be reached at 800-304-3107.
In such a situation the support order will remain valid and collectible. When the person is released from custody the child support enforcement division for the state will… take whatever action required to recover the monies owed. The matter of a non custodial parent being in a position where they are unable to honor a support order does not change the terms of said order. For that to happen the non custodial parent must petition the court to have the order amended or rescinded.
In the US, if the defendant paid the bail themselves, then the court can deduct money owed due to fines and fees, before returning the rest (if any) to the defendant. Of cou…rse, if someone else paid the bail, the court will return it all to that person.
Every state is different. If I were you I'd make a report with the board of labor. They keep track of these things. If you were working under the table then there's nothing yo…u can really do about it, and it's your own fault for working off the books.
Remind them when you see them that they owe you money. Send an email or letter to request the money. If you are out with them, ask them to buy your coffee or something so that… you can recoup the money a little at a time. I once had someone owe me a dollar that didn't want to pay me back and one day I asked is she had any stamps. She offered me three stamps and then I said, we're even for that dollar now.
Can the State of New York or the IRS take money from a bank account that is not a joint account to pay for a spouse's back taxes if the one who has the account does not owe taxes?
No. If it is not joined then it is your money, not your spouse's(e.g if she owes too much tax she will be placed in jail.(jail=time=money) it will be her time=money not …yours that will suffer the consequences..., . Only joint accounts allow the IRS/State to do this though.