Hi - my name is XXXXX XXXXX X'X a Bankruptcy attorney here to assist you.
You cannot be charged criminally for something you did not do.
Additionally, you cannot be held liable for charges made to your account if the charges were made without your approval or knowledge.
If the man who made charges to your account did so without your permission, the company may be able to file criminal charges against this man - but not against you.
Additionally, if your only source of income is SSDI, and if you do not own anything of value - except your truck - then there is no need for you to file a Bankruptcy.
This is because there is nothing your creditors can do to you because they cannot garnish your SSDI and they cannot take a truck worth only $1,500.
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what can happen to me if i file bankruptcy and the abc bill is not discharged what can they do to me can they go after the customers that I did jobs for and what can the customers do do you handle bankruptcy in wv and my wife has about 60,000 in debit and will be filing and I dont want anything coming back on me and my wife
A supply company that extends credit to its contractor customers can place liens on the property of the contractor's customers that the materials were used for.
These are called "mechanics liens".
This supply company cannot place mechanics liens on your customers' property, because the charges were not made by you.
This means the materials that were purchased were not used for your customers' properties.
Since this is not your debt, you cannot include it in a Bankruptcy.
In other words, since it is not your debt, you cannot have it discharged in a Bankruptcy.
I am going back and forth with abc they are saying because it was put on coles roofing account I am responsilble for it it is such a crazy situation where are you located the material has been put on my account coles roofing and the man who owns jal roofing is the one who put it on my account if I get judgements against me what happens them
1) Where did the funds in the trust come from?
2) If the funds came from you, how long ago were the funds put into the account?
3) If the funds came from you, were you solvent when the funds were put into the account? ("Solvent" means your total assets were greater than your total debts.)
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