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Can your house be taken in lawsuit?
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Asked in Property Law
Can your house be taken if a civil lawsuit is lost?
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Asked in Civil Lawsuits, Civil Cases, Civil Rights
Can a civil lawsuit derive from a family lawsuit case?
A family lawsuit is a civil lawsuit. Other lawsuits can arise from the original lawsuit- cross complaints and countersuits. A family lawsuit is a civil lawsuit. Other lawsuits can arise from the original lawsuit- cross complaints and countersuits. A family lawsuit is a civil lawsuit. Other lawsuits can arise from the original lawsuit- cross complaints and countersuits. A family lawsuit is a civil lawsuit. Other lawsuits can arise from the original lawsuit- cross complaints and countersuits.
Asked in Civil Lawsuits, Civil Process
Who files a civil lawsuit?
Anyone who wants to file one can file a civil lawsuit in the United States. Usually a person sees a lawyer and has the lawyer file the lawsuit. If it is not well written, done in the proper manner, and the details are not properly taken care of, it will be useless. In that case, the person is out his filing fee.
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Asked in Personal Finance, Law & Legal Issues, Loans
How do you get lawsuit funding?
Depending on the circumstances of your lawsuit and the type of lawsuit, there are various options that you may qualify for. Most litigation funding companies offer non-recourse lawsuit loans for a pending or settled lawsuit. A non-recourse lawsuit advance is a loan that only needs to be repaid if you win or settle your lawsuit otherwise nothing is owed to the funding company. To qualify for lawsuit loans no credit or employment is required, so long as you have a lawsuit. Obtaining a lawsuit loan for your lawsuit is as simple as picking up the phone and applying.
Can 401k be taken in civil lawsuit?
Yes, a 401(k) plan may be seized by a judgment creditor after a civil lawsuit even though you personally are not entitled to take the funds out without a tax penalty. If the 401(k) is seized, you will probably have to pay the taxes and penalties just as if you had taken out the funds yourself and used them to pay the judgment creditor.
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Can you put a lien on a house if you haven't yet won in court?
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Does the filing of an answer begin a civil lawsuit?
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How much money can Washington state from you from a lawsuit for child support?
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Can a lawsuit against a defendant be filed in a different county?
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When voluntarily dismissing a lawsuit must the parties to the lawsuit sign?
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Asked in Law & Legal Issues, Personal Finance, Loans
What is a lawsuit loan?
A lawsuit loan is considered a cash advance on a pending or settled lawsuit. Plaintiffs have a number of reasons why they seek a lawsuit loan, primarily because their finances are falling short due to the length and long process of a lawsuit. Lawsuit loans are not considered loans because they are non-recourse based lending. This means if a case is lost, there is no need to repay the lawsuit funding company.