You certainly need to make a claim against the employer to insure that you get as much of the amount as you can. Consult an attorney for help.
There is no law that requires you to notify your employer that you have filed bankruptcy. It is a public record, though, so it will show up on a background check.
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Bankruptcy offers protection from creditors after bankruptcy is filed with the court. The creditors are forbidden from contacting you and trying to collect their debt after this point.
Was that debt including in bankruptcy.
do you know if kaiser permanente filed bankruptcy?
There are letters that attorneys use to notify creditors of a debtors bankruptcy. This letter states that the individuals have filed bankruptcy and the creditors are to cease all contact and attempts to collect their debt.
In his books he states the he has filed bankruptcy twice.
No. No state has ever filed for bankruptcy. States are not coverd by current U.S. bankruptcy laws.
Tracy McGrady filed for bankruptcy in January of 2014
Bankruptcy can be filed at any given time depending on if you have ever filed before and when you filed last. There is no specific date as to when you can actually file.
Not by one of the creditors. You have an Automatic Stay, which means that they cannot attempt to collect a debt outside the bankruptcy plan.
Bankruptcy is filed in federal district court. You may want to start with their files.
Check with your bankruptcy lawyer.
No. The bankruptcy is to stop anyone who has a right to collect a debt from being able to collect, called the automatic stay. If the debt is listed in the correct debt owner's (creditor's) address and it is discharged, it does not matter who owns the debt.
Google "free sites to find out if a person has filed for bankruptcy".
Yes, on May 6th, 2009, Bachrach LLC filed chapter 11 bankruptcy protection.
Nope. Monrovia has not filed for bankruptcy
You can find it from the court where you filed your bankruptcy.
Yes, the debts protected under a bankruptcy proceeding are enumerated when bankruptcy is filed. Any debts accrued by the bankrupt party in the future are not protected by a previously filed bankruptcy.
it will show the balance & the bankruptcy followed there after.so the answer is NO. GOOD LUCK
Not if you listed your landlord as a creditor on your bankruptcy petition and that there is excess property to pay your landlord after secured creditors and your exemptions. Unpaid rent is an unsecured debt. If a judgment lien is filed, you can avoid it if filed shortly before bankruptcy filing.
Yes-I filed for bankruptcy in late 04, got bonded and became a notary for my job in 2005. No problem!