Thank you for your answers. I am confused with this Motion for turnover as no one along the way has mentioned this. Will this motion really get my stuff released without paying their high "ransom" first? I read on another website about a demand letter from the trustee to the business to release the contents " in order to sell...et etc etc..towards debt payoff" wink wink and that it is not always successful. I was told by legal assistance at the courthouse that any stay for my storage would not resume when the case is reopened and the only hope I have is to try to get them to reduce the storage fees and I that most people never get their stuff back..my stuff is due for auction next month..what a mess...thank you again
Based on my understanding the best thing to do for me is to file a new case? this motion for turnover isn't an option anymore for my still closed case correct? (I am in Orange county CA BTW)
I should be able to get a fee waiver for the filing so I am asking based on exactly what is best route for me to in regards to losing everything I own (I lost my home so even more urgent to keep this) need and not based on costs for filing or reopening
I do understand that your responses are not to be construed as legal advice or representation. I received an email asking if I had any further questions to this conversation so please understand I am not trying to cross the line in regards to how many responses I can obtain
thank you again
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