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Is child support taken during a bankruptcy?

In general, bankruptcy stops debt collection, at least temporarily. However, child support debts are not discharged in bankruptcy - the bankrupt person still owes whatever support was ordered by the court(s).

Can you have a cosigner on a car loan while in the last few months of bankruptcy?

When participating in a Chapter 13 BK repayment all major financial transactions must have the approval of the bankruptcy trustee. If the person does not clear the action with the trustee the "13" can be dismissed with prejudice.

If you are a joint mortgage holder and the other person on the mortgage files bankruptcy how does that impact the mortgage?

The house won't be affected at all UNLESS... The person filing BK is filing it on the house as well whether it be a 13 (repayment) or a chap 7

Can a person who declared bankruptcy be bondable?

Can a person who declared bankruptcy be bond-able?

Are you a bankruptcy?

Bankruptcy is when a person or a firm thinks that they are in financial crisis, they go out for filing bankruptcy in related court.

If a person is charged in a felony case and there is restitution and court ordered finefees can the person put that restitution on their bankruptcy?

Almost never; Court ordered restitution and especially fines are NOT ablwe to be discharged in bankrutpcy. That would be against the "public good"...and frankly, one court doesn't like interferring or overriding another ever!

How does a person declare bankruptcy?

A person will have to hire an attorney if they want to declare bankruptcy. An attorney will be able to guide each person through the process

What is bankruptcy?

Bankruptcy is a legally declared or recognized condition of the insolvency of a person or organization.

Where can I find Free sites to find out if a person has filed bankruptcy?

Google "free sites to find out if a person has filed for bankruptcy".

In a Chapter 7 bankruptcy a person filing for relief is called a?

In a Chapter 7 bankruptcy, a person filing for relief is called a

Can a person be bonded if filed bankruptcy?

yes they can, a person is bonded for life, it is a trust, bankruptcy is a financial circumstance that has nothing to do with trust.

Can you contact a person in court ordered rehab?

Yes, unless that person has a court ordered (or medical ordered) restriction on his contacts, movements, associations, or actions

Who pays the CC debt when two people live together and are not married but one of their names is on the title of the house but not the loan?

Whomever has signed the account is the person(s) resposible for repayment. Ownership of a house or morgagee is irrelevant except concerning bankruptcy or lawsuits.

How does Chapter 13 Bankruptcy help a person?

Chapter 13 bankruptcy can help a person by saving them from legal actions from debt collectors. When a person files bankruptcy, all debt collections and lawsuits are stopped so a person can keep their assets like homes or cars.

How is it determined if you file chapter 7 or chp 13 bankruptcy - is it a ratio?

A Chapter seven is a total liquidation bankruptcy, which means the person will have to forfeit all nonexempt property. A chapter 13 is a consolidation bankruptcy, the person keeps all of their property and pays a specified amount to the BK trustee who distributes it to creditors. The time frame for repayment under a chapter 13 is 3-5 years. With new bankruptcy reform more people will be required to file a 13 if they can pay even a small part of the debt(s). The type of filing that can be used now depends mostly on the financial status of the person, rather than which one to choose.

If your ex files bankruptcy on a joint credit card they were court ordered to pay is there anything you can do to protect your credit?

No. Creditors do not care about divorce settlements concerning joint debts. The person not filing the bankruptcy will be held responsible for repaying any joint debt that was incurred during the marriage. The only protection for the ex-spouse is filing his/her own bankruptcy if they cannot pay the debt.

When you file bankruptcy are you always in bankruptcy?

Bankruptcy is a legal proceeding in which a person can get a fresh financial start. Bankruptcy can be very useful and effective in resolving financial problems in certain cases.

When is it necessary to declare bankruptcy?

It is necessary to declare bankruptcy when a person cannot afford to continue paying for bills and other things they need. A person may declare bankruptcy if their business is not making any money.

Where can one file for bankruptcy or fraud?

In order to file for bankruptcy a person will need to hire an attorney or lawyer. Bankruptcy has long term financial consequences for the person so a competent attorney should be hired.

Can you file bankruptcy if you own your home?

can a person file bankruptcy if the home is not under any mortgage?

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Do a person have to pay back the pell grant?

The Pell grant does not need repayment.

What do you do to get your name and your children removed if someone used your name income and children as dependents for their bankruptcy?

Your question needs to be addressed to an attorney familiar with bankruptcy laws as well as fraud statutes. You could begin by informing the bankruptcy trustee. That is the person assigned by the bankruptcy court to determine the eligibility of the bankruptcy applicant. If you can't find out who this person is, try calling the bankruptcy court. Bankruptcy is a federal court issue. There are usually two bankruptcy courts per state.

Can you sue a person after you file bankruptcy?


What if had bankruptcy?

Bankruptcy is a legal proceeding in which a person can get a fresh financial start. Bankruptcy can be very useful and effective in resolving financial problems in certain cases.

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