When you are living with someone they are not included in your bankruptcy. If you are paying them rent, then the money you pay is an expense and will be considered for bankruptcy.
Bankruptcy without money or a lawyer is possible. I think you should need a financial advisor first to consult a financial advisors ifyou can decide if bankruptcy is right for your situation. I found one here who are experts about that freshstartsolutions.com.au/bankruptcy/
Highly unlikely that someone would lend you money having an open bankruptcy.
It may be possible to find out if someone has declared bankruptcy by running a credit check. Credit checks will pull up a person's credit report, but it costs money to request one.
You wouldn't get less money than you would if you claimed yourself. However if claim someone else you would expect more money, especially if you are claiming children. Being claimed as a dependent is a good thing a benefit. Anyone can only be claimed ONCE. That once can be on your own return, or on someone elses. If someone else claims you, so you can't on your own, your tax due (refund available), if any - will be changed by the loss of that deduction. (Pay more or refund less).
There are several options of where to take money you've found, depending where you found it. In a business setting you should take it to the customer service desk. Money found outside in public you should take to a police station.
Set them straight, what ever position you or they are in.
No, you are not. When someone files bankruptcy the title to their property is held by the trustee in bankruptcy. The bankrupt cannot sell any property therefore, if they do, the title is not clear. You may lose the property to the creditors if someone tracks it down. You would then be out of the property and any money you paid for it.
Bancarrota is a Spanish word, but translated into English means Bankruptcy. Bankruptcy is when someone does not have enough money to payback any of their debts. Filing for Bankruptcy can have very negative effects a person's credit rating.
If you file bankruptcy, you file bankruptcy on everything. You can not file bankruptcy on one loan.
Yes it is. The money you found was lost by someone. The someone who lost the money is the person who owns it. The best thing for you is to hand over the found money to the law enforcement agency (cops) so that they can hand it over to the original owner of the same.
Why aren't you asking your bankruptcy attorney? It depends on the amount and what the award is for. And the details may depend on what bankruptcy court your 13 is in. You may be able to use the money to prepay your 13 plan and get out of bankruptcy. The money would go to you, not the bankruptcy attorney (unless you owe the attorney money). What claim the trustee would have is the issue.
Go to where the bankruptcy is filed and have the file pulled and there will be an accounting of all the debts and payments being currently made. It is public information.
When a business owed money by a company that filed for bankruptcy the business will Get back very little of the owed money.
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The lack of money.
Always file for bankruptcy as soon after getting a large sum of money as you can.
Yes, filing for bankruptcy does not protect you against law suits . It protects you on the payment part. Any way, after every body learns that you filed for bankruptcy, they won't lose their time - and money - to sue you, because they know you are unable to pay .
Claimed is the past participle of verb to claim. Examples related to its use: I claimed their attention; we claimed the acquaintance with someone; having claimed a privilege; Have you already claimed your baggage? The damages are being claimed by the victim of the dishonest transaction. The epidemic claimed hundreds of lives. The people claimed their due. She claimed to be innocent. They claimed the money back from the bank.
You do not have to justify using money in your bank account unless you are in the middle of a bankruptcy and someone is overseeing what you are doing. There are few occasions where you have to divulge this type of information.
It costs money to file for bankruptcy. Usually the cost is added on as a credit towards your debt when you file. this site here will give you more information on bankruptcy http://www.boston-bankruptcylawyer.com/article-how-do-bankruptcy-lawyers-make-money.aspx.
I'm not certain what youmean by "go after them for personal bankruptcy." If you mean can they be included in your bankruptcy filing as a third party who owes you money,they might be claimed as assets to be collected. If you mean can you file a petition to be excluded from their BK and then pursue a lawsuit, you can, but it is doubtful it would be granted. Usually only secured creditors are allowed that option.additionI assume the business has a debt towards you and the business' owner has guaranteed this loan. In such a situation, you should ask the money back from the business and if the business fails to do so (on first request) you can go after the owner. If the owner is not willing or capable of paying you can go after him for a personal bankruptcy.
Typically property that cannot be claimed by kin when someone dies goes to the government. If money is owed on the house it is given to the bank.
The money might be included in the bankruptcy even is a discharged has occurred. The time between the discharge and the receiving of the money would be the deciding factor. If the bankruptcy has not yet been discharged the money might be included in the procedure as assets, unless it held exemption status.