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I took out a secured loan yesterday from hawaii state

I took out a secured loan for 9k yesterday from hawaii state federal credit union. I now today realize that it was asinine of me to do this and be paying interest on my own money. Is it possible for me to get out of the loan today? It will be less than 24 hours since I signed the loan docs when I go into the bank and ask to get out of it.

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Gerald, Esq

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I was married March 21 2015. I am,100% permanent and total

I was married March 21 2015. I am,100% permanent and total disabled veteran. I also get social security. In the first week of may I was hospitalized in Palo alto va mental ward my wife took over the bills. She did not pay alot of the bills two 2000 wire transfers bounced checks my ssd garnished. Ad went from a 613 credit score to a 466. I brought it up some. What are my rights according to federal law isn't that a felony

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Sam

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There is a "Plaintiff's Bond and Replevy of

There is a "Plaintiff's Bond for Sequestration and Replevy of Personal Property" related to an autoloan were the Federal credit union did not have any regulation applied to my account to limit the daily dollar amount of funds being withdrawn for my account.There were fraudulent transactions on the account which caused me to loose funds which would have paid the monthly loan payment as due and on time. The credit union refuses to investigate this matter and address how the money was able to freely be withdrawnexceeding the account limits. Based on information, belief, and observance, this was an intentional act. Are there any cases which support a claim of negligence of a credit union? and In addition to a motion to dissolve a writ what do I need to file? Thishas happened before with the banks attorney agreeing all payments were made in agreement and bank should not have filed suit.

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Law Educator, Esq.

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My question is involved. It involves an agreement we signed

My question is involved. It involves an agreement we signed as a deposit on a piece of property in the Philippines. We gave a $10,000.00 deposit with the agreement that if we could not secure financing within one year, we would forfeit the deposit. We decided to cancel the contract 2 days after signing it for various reasons and stopped payment on both checks($5000.00 each) and informed seller of that fact. Six months later they cashed one of the checks because the stop payment expired. Now we are out $5000.00 as they refuse to return the money even though we received no goods or services

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Andrea, Esq.

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I live in Arizona I financed a car through Arizona Federal

I live in ArizonaI financed a car through Arizona Federal Credit Union and paid it off December 2008*******************************************I went to sell the car and found that there is a lien from Arizona Federal issued in 2006 is still on the car.********************************************Bad News:I defaulted on An Arizona Federal line of credit for $3367.00 while unemployed.It was last shown as a charge off and closed account on February 04,2011************************************************************So many years have passed and I don't have records of these things anymore****************************************************************My question: Can Arizona Federal refuse to issue a lien release on my paid off car because of this line of credit debt from years ago?Is what they are doing legal?What options do I have to force them to release the vehicle lien if it is legal other than pay a debt worth more than the car?*****************************************************************

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William B. Esq.

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My husband purchased a vehicle in Florida and registered it

My husband purchased a vehicle in Florida and registered it in that state. We both are Maryland residents. His intention was to live in Florida for 6 months per year, but due to his illness these plans have been forgotten. Only my husband's name is ***** ***** title. He is currently in Intensive care and may not survive. There is a lien on the vehicle with our local federal credit union. His name is ***** ***** lien. I am his spouse. His will indicates all possessions come to me. What will happen if the vehicle stays in his name only and remains registered in Florida? What will have to be done if he should not survive? I have investigated the possibility of having title transferred to Maryland but it will cost the 6% sales tax plus fees. However, if there will be problems with Florida being the registered state, and God forbid, my husband pass, what are the ramifications?

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Ely

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For only WallStreetFighter: a debt relief agency, in Washington

For only WallStreetFighter: a debt relief agency, in Washington state, the law firm "NAME NAME, P.S.", has taken our money under the terms of its fixed-fee written agreement of April 16th (our first payment was $500 on April 2nd) "... to perform all necessary services in connection with this ... Chapter 7 Bankruptcy ..." but has provided a draft petition on May 8th insufficiently accurate to sign under penalty of perjury. We have returned the draft, on May 12th noting essential services but those have not been made; the individual attorney within the firm with whom we have been working then ripped up the firm's fixed-fee agreement and demanded more money to continue; and that we must file by May 15th to accomodate his vacation schedule -- with no sign-able petitionin sight. Only on June 18th did we learn that part of those additional fees had been paid by unauthorized use of our trust funds. At this date, July 25th, no sign-able petition has come to us from "NAME NAME,PS", and the individual attorney has admonished us that, absent payment additional to what we have made (the full amount in the agreement) his work on our behalf is suspended.The written agreement carried "NAME NAME,PS" at the top, followed by the phrase "We are a debt relief agency...", the signature for the firm was not identified as that of any person, nor is the name of any individual attorney within the firm; and "NAME NAME, P.S." is prominent at the bottom of the agreement.The firm's "president" has dismissed the idea that he or his firm are subject to USC 11 Sec 526; and the firm's "Managing Attorney" is reported by FedEx to refuse communication from me.By what case law and/or statute is this Washington firm and its principals subject to USC 11 Sec 526?regards

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WALLSTREETFIGHTER

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I need statues 131-71A and 31-71E can you email [email protected] Reason:

I need statues 131-71A and 31-71E can you email [email protected]: Company in CT closed down and I had 4 contractors employed there, ClearEdge owes my company 100K+ and my company wants to take away commissions paid from me.I need these statutes and I don't know how to retrieve. Thanks

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When it says to list the liabilities to be paid by the husband

When it says to list the liabilities to be paid by the husband and wife, respectively, in the final divorce paperwork do I list each debt (ie. truck payment, mortgage, etc.) or do I just say Navy Federal Credit Union $xxx?

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Lucy, Esq.

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