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they pierced the corporate veil. We formed a corporation then closed it within the year. Never filed paperwork or anything
Its a real odd situation. we formed the corp in 2002 in my husbands name but my signature was on all checks and the vendor delt with me. we never filed any documentation with the corp and it was subsequently closed by the state it was opened in by 2004.
Okay. It just seemed like they went through the same process in Florida so I had assumed it was a duplicate.
We are going to file bankruptcy. Chapter 7?
How long does it take once they get the order for sanctions before they actually start trying to take our things? And if I never gave them my social security number can they get that information without my consent?
The courthouse does nothing by phone, online or fax. I am not in town so I am unable to appear. Plus I was never served notice to appear. So, it will be several days before the judge gets my request for continuance. I should have done it sooner.
How do they get your bank account information? My kid has an account that is in my name because she is not yet 18. Will they take her money? Will the bank notify here before they attempt to freeze her account? Can they take her car? Its only worth about $500. What about my husbands bank account that also has my name on it? His paycheck goes into it and it is our sole source of income plus we are putting a kid through school and are totally strapped. Do I have time to cancel direct deposit and should I?
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