If your name is on any account or CD, it is an asset of your bankruptcy estate. If the money cannot be exempted, then it can be siezed by the Trustee. However, if these are funds that are held in a Trust or become yours only upon the death of the holder of the funds, then they may not be reachable by a Trustee. If the person dies within 6 months of your bankruptcy filing date, then the money will have to go to the Trustee.
Having a bankruptcy dismissed does restart the statute of limitation on a bankruptcy. You will have to wait eight years to file another bankruptcy.
Accounts Receivable = money owed to YOU by another person or companyAccounts Payable = Money YOU OWE to another person or company
When filing chapter 7 bankruptcy there are statutory limits on inherited property. If the value of your property falls below those limits you may keep it. If it is over the limit you will likely lose the property to the trustees. Another option is to file Chapter 13 and you will be able to keep the property.
If they were joint accounts and are discharged, the creditors will come after you, unless your divorce decree makes your ex-spouse solely liable for them.If you are on the hook for them, you may file your own bankruptcy, but you cannot just list those debts. All debts that you owe must be listed in your bankruptcy schedules, or you may find yourself in trouble.Another PerspectiveYou must consult with an attorney who specializes in bankruptcy. A creditor may not be subject to a divorce decree. For example, a mortgage and note signed by both parties cannot be transferred to one party by a divorce decree where the lender is concerned. It owns the debt and if it isn't paid the lender can take possession of the property by foreclosure. Joint debts are a complicated area of law.
Bankruptcy stops a summons if it is from a creditor. It will not stop a personal summons for another type of case.
false sealed classes cannot be inherited
ACTUALLY IT IS PHENOTYPE BECAUSE THE QUESTION IS TALKING ABOUT INHERITED APPEARENCE NOT GENOTYPE BECAUSE GENOTYPE IS THE INHERITED COMBINATION OF ALLELES. evolution is the wrong answer the real answer is phenotype the appearance of they parents through generations- evolution i think you're wrong because phenotype is the organism's appearance, in another word what it look like. i think that the real answer is GENOTYPE because genotype inherited combination of alleles (your genes) actually, it is phenotype :) IT IS PHENOTYPE! I JUST DID HOMEWORK ON IT. Defiantly phenotype, I just did homework on it also
You can relocate to another state after you have filed bankruptcy and it has been discharged. You have to remain in the state to go to your 341 meeting and to meet with your attorney.
a thing that they already know
maybe like if your parents act one way and you act the same way youve inherited something from them like an attitude or maybe happiness or being a sweet person in general
In most cases it will be sent to you by the bankruptcy court. If you need another copy or have not received your discharge papers when you believe you should have then contact the bankruptcy court to obtain them.
Bankruptcy is Federal jurisdiction, therefore, the state has nothing to do with it. Usually, when you file bankruptcy, you cannot file for another 7 years, Period. No matter which state you live in.
Yes, this debt should have been marked as a bankruptcy by the original creditor. It cannot be changed from a bankruptcy to a discharge unless the bankruptcy did not go through.
Hemophilia is one inherited defect in blood coagulation. Another is called von Willebrand's disease.
Accounts payable is a credit balance, because that is how much you owe to another company. Accounts receivable (the amount you will receive from another company) is a debit balance.
There are actually two classes you need to take. There is a credit counseling class that you must take within the 6 month period prior to filing for bankruptcy. You must also complete another financial management course within 45 afters after your Meeting of Creditors.
Yes. Having a bankruptcy discharged does not mean you are under "house arrest".
yes but i heard another company is buying them out
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Under certain circumstances, a lawyer licensed in one state may be able to file in another state, usually following a local bankruptcy rule, paying a fee for such an appearance and maybe having a local bankruptcy lawyer with or recommending him.