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Hey again Wallstreet. Is it inappropriate for me to get the

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Hey again Wallstreet. Is it inappropriate for me to get the paralegal at the Lawyer's office some flowers and a gift card to a resturaunt? She is the only one I get a long with right now and she has been working really hard and I wanted to reward her.
Submitted: 3 years ago.
Category: Bankruptcy Law
Expert:  WALLSTREETESQ replied 3 years ago.


There is nothing wrong with providing a gift to the paralegal, and you should consider it, if that is what you feel.


I am sure she would appreciate it.

Customer: replied 2 years ago.


I got a notice from the U.S. Bankruptcy Court. It's to my husband and myself.

Its says the following....

Please take notice that a Reaffirmation Agreement hearing will be held at (address) on 11/18 at 1:30 to consider and act upon the following: 15-Reaffirmation agreement, and declaration of Counsel, between Debtor and PNC Mortgage a division of PNC Bank N. A. Filed by PNC Mortgage, a Divison of PNC Bank, N. A.

My question is this. Is this just to inform us or are we supposed to attend this hearing?

Expert:  WALLSTREETESQ replied 2 years ago.
You should appear at the hearing to make sure you want a reaffirmation agreement, at the hearing the Judge will make sure the agreement is fair, however you may want to review it to make sure for yourself.

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