Can i get monies owed me from spouse at divorce proceedings?
How can you collect money that was ordered to be paid in the divorce decree from the ex spouse who has moved out of state?
The final divorce decree cannot be used as a legal instrument to recover monies owed. The involved party will have to file suit against the debtor spouse in the appropriate state court. Such a suit may have to be filed in the state in which the ex spouse now resides depending upon the laws of the state where the divorce was granted. Read More
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Since monies isn't a word, you get no answer. Read More
In California how do you recover money from an ex spouse after a divorce and other funds he withdrew from a bank account during the marriage?
It would be necessary for you to file a civil suit in the appropriate state court of residence to attempt to recover monies you believe to be owed by your ex spouse. In regards to the withdrawal of money from a bank account, if the account was joint he had the legal right to do so and the issue should have been addressed in the dissolution of marriage petition. Read More
If you were legally married at the time the debt was incurred, it is doubtful he could avoid a judgment for at least half the amount owed. Nice guy - NOT! Read More
No one assumes the responsibility for ongoing support payments. If there are back monies owed, a claim can be made against his estate. That will have to be resolved prior to inheritances being distributed. Read More
If you sign your rights to the house off are you still owed a settlement for community property in a divorce?
In Ne If you sighn off rights to your house are you owed a settlement in a divorce Read More
Indicates monies owed to suppliers. Read More
It has to be approved by the courts and must not include monies owed the state. Read More
If there is a balance owed on utility bills after a homeowner dies is the new owner responsible for the debt?
absolutely not, the new owner has nothing to do with it, any monies owed will come out of the estate of the person who died. Read More
If your parents have left a will then it is the responsibility of the executor of the will to pay all of the deceased persons debts and also to collect any monies owed to the deceased person. Read More
A Treasurer keeps track of monies owed and monies paid and for balancing "the checkbook", so to speak. Treasurer jobs range from government level, to major organizations, to local organizations, clubs, and schools. Read More
In Pennsylvania, the surviving spouse, or whoever is listed in the will as beneficiary, is responsible for medical bills. Any debt incurred would be owed by the living spouse. Read More
How do you collect back spousal support for that was ordered in your divorce decree for the year 2005 when your ex-husband has not made any payments?
It would be necessary for her to file a civil suit in the county court where the non compliant spouse resides. The existence of a divorce decree is proof that alimony is owed but it is not given the length of time that has expired, valid for enforcing the support that was ordered. Read More
One has to apply for their Social Security. If an application has been made and there are monies owing to you then it is important to contact your local Social Security office and file a claim for the funds that are owed to you. Read More
No, monies owed pertaining to public benefits either federal or state are not dischargeable under bankruptcy laws. Read More
no there is not. If you can prove who you are and that you are the beneficiary, the Insurance company sometimes pays interest on the money owed. Read More
If the debt is in writing and you only have a verbal clearance of it, then I would suggest that the debt is still owed. The spouse might not have the authority to write off the debt. You need to get the spouse or the person owed to sign a document to the effect that the debt is no longer outstanding. Read More
This comes up often in divorce cases. If you were legally married during the time in which the tax is owed then more than likely both parties are equally responsible for the tax in question. You can file and "Injured Spouse Form" on your behalf and the IRs will determine who is responsible for the taxes. Most likely this will only protect your currents spouse's (if remarried) share of your current return but you can… Read More
When someone who passes away has a phone contract, the agreement will end, with the family providing proof of death, and no monies will be owed. Read More
If the association has obtained some kind of judgement against you in a court of law for monies owed, the state collections statutes apply to actions that association can and cannot take to collect the money owed according to the judgement. Read More
Probation can be terminated without deference to the owed restitution on the books. Fines, fees, and court cost owed can be tied to probation, but if someone merits no further probation, than they become solely responsible for repaying their restitution. However, I would caution this person to continue payments and work with the court to resolve the owed monies in a timely manner as the judge can order further probation if the person fails to… Read More
Creditors can resume collection procedures against the debtor(s) including lawsuits to recover monies owed. Read More
Not unless said children have made a written or verbal agreement with whomever holds the debt to repay monies owed. Read More
Yes. They just can not garnish your wages for any monies owed afterwards. There are a number of other ways they can recover the balance however. Read More
Usually both parties are responsible for tax debts during the marriage. A spouse might not be responsible for taxes owed before the marriage. Read More
I will have to have a lot more information than this to know why a homeowner's policy would possibly cover money owed to someone else. This sounds like an issue for court not for a homeowner's claim. Read More
The sale of a foreclosed property follows a process of collecting records of all monies due that are attached to the title. Once the foreclosure sale is complete, monies are paid out according to the priority of the claimants. If the sale does not fully pay all monies owed, the prior owners may be liable for the remaining debts. Read More
What happens your when you remarry your ex spouse that owes you a large amount of back child support?
The amount is still owed until a motion to modify arrears is approved by the court, but none can be owed the state. Read More
Outstanding balance of all monies owed against collateral divided by the collateral's value. ($80 divided by $100 is .80 or 80%LTV) Read More
if you owe money to someone or a company they will come after you to pay, this is your obligation to do so, so yes they can sue you for monies owed plus interest and court costs. Read More
A real estate short sale is where property is sold less than market value in an effort to recover monies owed from the borrower's mortgage. Read More
the city/state will sieze the property and do 1 of 2 things... have an auction to obtain the monies owed and/or keep the property and do as they mean fit Read More
Are you the surviving spouse even if your were not cohabiting with your spouse at the time of death?
If the person was still legally married to the deceased he or she is still considered a "surviving spouse". However, the extent to which claims are made upon the estate of the deceased or the responsibility of the surviving spouse for debts owed by the deceased is determined by state laws and/or the probate court. Read More
Only if you have the credit card if your divorsed it dosent matter Read More
No; however, in a joint return the wife may have to file an injured spouse form with the IRS to recover her share of the refund. Read More
To be certain of the status of such debt you should check the state statutes if filing a state bankruptcy. If it is a Federal filing, debts owed to any state department or affiliate is only dischargeable in relation to the type of debt and when it was was incurred. Read More
Students won't get their diplomas if they don't successfully complete the coursework for the degree. Also, if they violate school behavioral rules or don't pay monies owed to the school. Read More
A lien only exists when a vehicle is in the possession of the person/company who are owed monies from it, once released legally, there is no holding on it and the right of lien has been lost Read More
pay all owed monies and get the car before its auctioned ! only takes a few days before the car goes to the auction . they will the car fast even at at a loss! Read More
This is a task for your association's counsel. Filling an improper lien, improperly, may give the debtor an easy out of the monies owed. Read More
If you filed bankruptcy but your spouse did not what happens with a personal loan you have together that you forgot to file on?
The creditor can legally pursue collection of the debt owed from the non-filing spouse by whatever means they deem necessary, including filing a lawsuit. Read More
The Internal Revenue Service says a marriage is a business partnership and each spouse is responsible for all taxes owed. Creditors have a similar outlook. It may be different state to state, but as a rule, each spouse is responsible for all the debt incurred in the marriage. Read More
Texas is a community property state therefore a surviving spouse usually can be held liable for debts solely incurred by the deceased spouse. Exceptions can be made to this law based upon the circumstances of individual cases Read More
no if they die the money they are owed will be taken out there bank account the remaning will be given out according to there will Read More
No, not paying ones debts is a civil issue not a criminal one. Creditors do have options to recover monies owed, from the standard collection practices of telephone and mail contact to lawsuits. Read More
What might happen if you voluntarily relinquish your car to the lender and cannot afford to pay the difference in the loan balance after the vehicle is sold?
The lender would have the option of filing suit to recover monies that are still owed. Read More
That matter is up to the lawyers to negotiate and the court to approve. It depends on what is owed, how it will be paid and the ability of the party to pay. Once there has been an agreement on the terms of the property division it will become a court order. That matter is up to the lawyers to negotiate and the court to approve. It depends on what is owed, how it will… Read More
If your ex was ordered to pay bills in your divorce but he filed bankruptcy on them how can you take him back to court to get the money owed to you?
I really highly suggest you get legal counsel on this one because it's very complicated. The good news is, the courts made your ex responsible for the bills, so this means if he declared personal or business bankruptcy it will have nothing to do with you. Let him sweat it out! Even if he gave you the house and it was all done by the courts, and the house is solely yours, the IRS or… Read More
S.C. Code § 15-3-530 South Carolina Code allows Three years. Apparently, South Carolina can claim or commandeer any State Income Tax refund you may have coming back and send it to hospitals, or doctors for unpaid bills -- EVEN if the bills are not owed because of a mixup or negligence on the part of the insurance company. There is no Due Process required via a judgment, no legal remedy, and no protection from this… Read More