A creditor can ask for anything. The question really is whether or not it is likely that the request will be granted. I assume since you have made all of your payments per the plan, you have proof of such in the form of cancelled checks, bank statements, money order receipts, etc. If the payments are going to the trustee and then to the creditor, then you should find out whether or not the trustee has released the money to the creditor. Now, what you will need to do is hire a lawyer to file an objection to the motion for relief of stay and take your proof with you. It is unlikely that the stay will be lifted, however, you should not assume that it won't and do nothing.
The bankruptcy is not discharged, the debts are. A creditor can be added if the plan is not too far along or if you have the excess income to pay whatever the creditors are being paid (percent of debt) for the balance of the plan. If it is a post-filing debt, it cannot be added.
transfer payments are about of U.S. domestic output as of 2009
This question could only be answered by the creditor.
When a creditor garnishes your wages they can only take a certain percent. Then when another creditor comes along they cant garnish your wages to because the first one is already taking the maximum allowed.
What percent can a creditor take from your paycheck in the state of Montana, saying you owe 5,000.
They can refuse any payment offer that is different than the amount specified in the contract. And don't think of the statement that they will garnish 30% of your wages as a threat. It's a warning, but they will need to sue you and get a court order to do it.
Interest payments on the debt
Coupon payment = (100)(.035) = 3.5 PV coupon payments payments = $56.56 PV of bond = 3.34 Present value of bond = 56.56 + 3.34 = $59.90
TEN MILLION! Wow! 180 payments of $94,932.33 - IF you start payments immediately - at the beginning of the month. 180 payments of $95,565.21 - IF you start payments waiting 30 days to start at the end of the month.
That depends on how soon you've agreed to pay it off.
No, In Colorado a creditor can only garnish the wages of an actual paycheck. They can only take 25 percent of your disposable earnings.
A previous Chapter 13 bankruptcy filing will have an effect on your eligibility to file a Chapter 7 bankruptcy. For instance, if your Chapter 13 was dismissed, you will have to wait 180 days from the date of dismissal, whereas if you filed Chapter 13 and repaid at least 70 percent of your debts, you will be able to file a petition for Chapter 7 bankruptcy anytime thereafter. In contrast, if you received a complete discharge under Chapter 13, or you did not repay at least 70 percent of your unsecured debt, you will have to wait at least six years to receive a discharge.
yes there was a chapter in Baltimore that patched over to the hells angels and a chapter in Virginia that patched over to the outlaws.
$509.86 per month.
I make $600 a month can a collection agency require a minimum of $200 a month.
No. Judgment creditor garnishments or bank account levies must run consecutively. Please note: Child support garnishments and/or tax garnishments can be enforced while a creditor garnishment is active. And in some states garnishment for spousal maintenance can be active while a creditor garnishment is being executed.
How much di i save by me already receiving disability payments.
Yes and no. One can always make arrangements for future payments instead of getting wages garnished, however, if a person is at the point where a creditor has a judgment and is about to garnish wages, then that creditor probably will not agree to anything less than garnishment unless he gets a better offer. Garnishment offers a creditor gauranteed payments but they may be in small amounts and take a long time for the debt to be repaid. But still it is guaranteed. On the other hand if the debtor offers to pay a larger amount or offers to pay a substantial amount now and more later so that the debt is paid faster than with a garnishment, the creditor may agree to those "other arrangements" instead. If a debtor is able to pay a large amount, say 70%, of the debt immediately, the creditor will usually take it and forget garnishment. Creditors do not want to be bothered with weekly bookeeping from garnishments. They prefer to get money and go. This is why these smaller settlements are so often accepted. The creditor gets a good part of the debt and closed the file. Then it writes the amount it did not get as a loss and tatkes a tax deduction on it. Their other motivation is that interest on a judgment is usually at a rather minor rate. The creditor probably has some much better use for the money than collecting some small percent on the debt.
Accelerated payments are due from anyone in Ohio who collect more than $75,000 in sales tax per calendar year. The payments must be made by EFT, and 75 percent of the anticipated sales tax must be paid in advance.