Creditors can attach any assets of the deceased to make sure they are paid. If the debt is legitimate, the estate is obligated to pay. Credit card debts are among the most easily documented debts so it's doubtful that you can prove that the debt is not legitimate. * If the policy names a beneficiary the death benefits are not subject to probate procedures nor can they be attached by creditors for debts owed by the deceased.
Almost any asset you have can be seized by the IRS on a claim or judgement.
If stolen yes, if seized legally (say as a debt or by the police) no.
If you are receiving benefits from Social Security Disability Insurance (SSDI), child support can be taken from your SSDI payments. However, if you are receving Supplemental Security Income, that cannot be seized for child support.
no u have to pay for it
No, your insurance is not a warranty on your car. However, why did it seized? Was it because the oil change company didn't put oil in the car after the oil change? Then you need to file a claim with the oil change company's insurance. However, if it is simply a mechanical issue, then no, they won't cover your auto.
yes. Veterans benefits can be seized under certain conditions ie if you lied to get them, if you submitted fraudlent paperwork, if your dd214 was altered (and it's caught), etc.
No 401K money cannot be seized for virtually anything. If by garnishment you mean your collecting from the 401k - there are many ways that income can be seized, just not while it's in the 401k.
Insurance is mandatory for all drivers in Texas. Student drivers may be insured on their parent's policy, but this is not always so. If you are stopped and do not have insurance, you may be fined, have your license suspended, or have your vehicle seized.
Yes. A credit union has savings and checking options and either one or both can be seized to repay a delinquint IRS debts for back taxes
The engine has seized up! Pirates have seized the port!
Credit card companies can't just seize people's money, but they can file a lawsuit to recover unpaid debts, and if a court orders it, money can then be seized.
sized is the homophne of seized
The question doesn't include enough information. "Seized" by who (what agency) for what reason (evidence - forfeiture - safekeeping - etc) ? If it was seized as contraband and seized for forfeiture it will become the property of whatever agency that seized it. If it was seized as evidence of a crime, it will be returned to the victim/complainant after the trial is over.
"I will be seized" or "Let me be seized".
It was seized by the British from The French in 1810
Ebay insurance, which is involving parcel insurance through Interstate Fire and Causality has the following terms does not insure coins, plasma televisions or merchandize on consignment. Other terms include if the item is perishable or not wrapped correctly, any weapon or item that is seized at customs.
No...they have no liquadation value. Actually, it's not an asset...but rather an expense or liability (for the amount of the contract payment).
No. If it did crank over it wouldn't be seized.
A synonym for seized is grabbed.
It has never been seized.
Police Seized my truck. Illegal assets must be Seized.
"Yes" is the original answer posted. If the question had to do with Military Retirement Pay, that may be the answer. But the question asks who can garnish Veteran's (VA) Benefits.Federal laws currently in place protect veterans' benefits from being seized by creditors with few exceptions:Child support;Alimony;Unpaid federal taxes; andDebts to federal agencies.However, banks are not required to look at your deposits and withdrawals to determine whether the money in your account is exempt from garnishment. Also, state law or a court may require the bank to freeze your account even if the account has money from exempt federal benefits.
Piston seized to cylinder wall Broken Crankshaft
1. You will have to pay for the injuries or damages, and a court can order your property and wages seized as partial compensation. 2. You may be fined for driving without insurance, if your state requires it, and for filing false documentation if you are required to swear on your renewals that you have (or maintain) insurance. 3. You will have a large bill for legal fees. 4. You may have a hard time getting insurance in the future.
No. The asset to be seized must be owned by the obligor (either solely or jointly).