What is the statute of limitations on a settlement payment for a claim in Texas A letter recently arrived in my mailbox containing a a check dated May 2000. Can it be-reissued?
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All debt has a statue of limitations. However that Statue of Limitations varies by locality. In most areas that Statue of Limitations is renewed whenever you make a payment. In your example the statue of Limitations is 4 years but you have been paying since 2002 and presumably have made a payment recently. In that case those 4 years begin at the time that you stop making a payment. The short answer is that in most areas the debt is owing till its paid. If if the account is beyond the Statue of Limitations it simply means the agency can't force you to pay through court order. However, they can still request payment. California is the notable exception but you need to research your own local laws.
Your husband and you are recently separated he has a pending lawsuit against his employer which will be settled in the next few months am i intitled to any of this settlement?
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A life settlement is a financial transaction in which the owner of a life insurance policy sells an unneeded policy to a third party for more than its cash value and less than its face value. Until recently, if a policyowner opted out of a policy by surrendering the policy or allowing it to lapse, the additional value was relinquished back to the issuing life insurance company.