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I have some technical questions regarding a Ch. 13 Modified
I have some technical questions regarding a Ch. 13 Modified Plan that my trustee has an objection to (I am a pro se filer) --Within the Plan in its current form, I have proposed to make adequate protection payments of $30.63/month to TitleMax on a title loan (which I also have made a motion to 'cram down) *until* such time as the trustee begins making those payments out of my plan funds. I proposed these protection payments to ensure that Titlemax does not repossess my vehicle during the time prior to my plan confirmation (i.e., prior to the time the trustee begins paying Titlemax). The trustee objects on the basis that I did not subtract the $30.63/month payments on Schedule J as an expense. Currently, my proposed plan payments are $88/month; subtracting the $30.63/month would make them $57.37/month. I am confused in that I am under the impression that I can stop making the adequate protection payments to TitleMax once my plan is confirmed and my trustee starts paying them....is my understanding correct?...and if it is: If I am to amend Schedule J + my Plan *now* to reflect the current $30.63/month payments to TitleMax....would I then also need to amend Schedule J + my Plan once it is confirmed (as the $30.63 no longer will be an expense after the trustee begins making the payments to TitleMax) ?I have included screenshots of the Trustee's objection as well as the sections of Schedule J and my Modified Plan that are in question.
This is a chapter 13 cram down question. The Debtor has a
This is a chapter 13 cram down question. The Debtor has a loan against a vehicle which was obtained (the loan) less than 910 days ago. However, it is NOT a purchase money security interest, only a secured debt. Can the Debtor cram this down to pay only the collateral value back through the plan? Thank you in advance for your assistance.
I filed chapter 7 bankruptcy 2 years ago this June. It was
I filed chapter 7 bankruptcy 2 years ago this June. It was discharged in December 2014. I still have the vehicle in my drive way. When does it become my property.JA: OK. The Lawyer will need to help you with this.Customer: thank youJA: Have you talked to a lawyer yet?Customer: noJA: Anything else you think the lawyer should know?Customer: simple chapter 7, no objections from creditors. this was florida by the way.JA: OK. Got it. I'm sending you to a secure page on JustAnswer so you can place the $5 fully-refundable deposit now. While you're filling out that form, I'll tell the Lawyer about your situation and then connect you two.
What constitutes a serious injury? I have a on-going
What constitutes a serious injury? I have a on-going unlimited civil lawsuit against an individual who is currently in a Ch 7 Bankruptcy Proceeding, who as our former, perpetrated an unlawful self-help eviction of us by hiring a thug who forcibly entered our apartment wielding a baseball bat, who assaulted, terrorized and forcibly evicted us from our apartment, breaking my arm in the process and causing mental anguish and emotional distress, the dispossession of our home and of all of our personal property. Our action includes 11 Causes of Action, 2 in Contract, 3 in Statute and 6 in Tort. The thug was arrested and ultimately convicted of felony assault. Is our lawsuit dischargeable?
Looking at my options to file ! : No. I was just doing
Looking at my options to file for bankruptcy!JA: The Bankruptcy Lawyer will need to help you with this. Have you consulted a lawyer yet?Customer: No. I was just doing research on it firstJA: Please tell me everything you can about this issue so the Bankruptcy Lawyer can help you best. Please give me a bit more information, so we can help you best.Customer: I have over 19,000 dollars in credit card debt, student loans, personal loans, I recently bought a house with my ex and I am no longer living there so I go a place I could not afford and started paying bills and using my credit cards for help, now I am struggling paying it back and falling behind on rent and car psymentsJA: OK. The Bankruptcy Lawyer will need to help you with this. Is there anything else important you think the Bankruptcy Lawyer should know?Customer: Like?JA: OK. Got it. I'm sending you to a secure page on JustAnswer so you can place the $5 fully-refundable deposit now. While you're filling out that form, I'll tell the Bankruptcy Lawyer about your situation and then connect you two.
Credit Card Debt vs PERSONAL LOAN (LENDING CLUB;PROSPER)
Credit Card Debt vs PERSONAL LOAN (LENDING CLUB;PROSPER) DEBTHello .,I lost my job and I am not able to make payments on my Debts,both Credit Crad Debts and Personal Loan Debts(Prosper and Lending Club).Question:How long after being first time PAST DUE,can credit cards sue me for the debt owed to them?Is it different for Personal Loans?Can they sue anytime OR they MUST,by Law,first try to collect,then selling debt to Collections Agencies?
If a corporation is going to file 11 are they obligated to
If a corporation is going to file for Chapter 11 are they obligated to inform vendor or contractor that they are planning on filing Chapter 11. Or can they continue to work contractors and purchase materials from vendors knowing they are going to file yet still putting there vendors and contractors further into debit?
I am 2 months into a Chapter 13 bankruptcy (waiting on myView more bankruptcy law questions
I am 2 months into a Chapter 13 bankruptcy (waiting on my official plan confirmation). Within my plan, I 'crammed down' a vehicle title loan that I obtained from TitleMax of Virginia. I was just reading over the agreement I signed with TitleMax and noticed that my becoming "subject to a bankruptcy proceeding" is defined as an "event of default". The agreement goes on to list TitleMax's remedies in the "event of default". I have been under the impression that as long as adequate protection payments are being made to TitleMax (until such time as my trustee begins distributing payments to them from the plan), then they cannot repossess my vehicle? (I am a Pro Se filer by the way). I have attached a photo of the specific sections of the agreement in question.