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Question Probate and Estates, if the PR signs over assests
Question for Minnesota Probate and Estates, if the PR signs over assests or distributes assests before all the bills are paid. Can the creditors sue the heirs? And or do the heirs have to return vechiles that have already been placed in the heirs name?
On May 5th,2016...my 94 yr old father transferred ownership
On May 5th,2016...my 94 yr old father transferred ownership of his home to myself(his son) with the caregiver clause (which means if he ever has to go into a nursing home..there is no look back period since I've been taking care of him the past 10 years)Now I am in a predicament....I have $75,000 in credit card debt and want to file Chapter 7 bankruptcy and have been told the courts will take the house to pay creditors...I want to prevent this....my sister also lives with us...can I now transfer the house to her name and then file Chap 7??
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I have a LLC in the state of WI that is treated as a s-corp
I have a LLC in the state of WI that is treated as a s-corp by the federal government. I took out a loan from a company called Kabbage in the companies name but I personally guaranteed it. So sales tanked and I have been trying to work out a repayment plan, but to no avail, now they have placed a UCC-1 on the business and with a threat of forecloser.Now this business is a ecommerce business, I sell on ebay, Amazon etc and the inventory is always changing. The loan was for future sales, but again the business has dropped by almost 70%. So my question is, how long before they foreclose on the company, can I still operate the business as I pay myself a pay check each week. The business was doing 18k - 25k per month now is only doing 9k in sales and the total debt is 40k.Also if they can forclose, can i still file bankruptcy if needed, main concern is time frame pf foreclosure and can i still operate the business.
I was told by a bankruptcy judge in Cleveland Ohio that I
I was told by a bankruptcy judge in Cleveland Ohio that I could not receive pro bono legal assistance while I was representing myself pro se.I was also refused my request for a jury trial and extension of time to prepare a defense.
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Are there any legal ramifications if my 96 year old mother
Are there any legal ramifications if my 96 year old mother stops paying her fees (105/month) on her Shell points vacation time share. Her name is ***** ***** name/sole owner of this interval property. She cannot travel any longer and her children do not want it. At 96 her credit rating does not matter. She is in senior living, but does own a house she currently rents out. Every approach we have tried to unload this albatross, including donating it to Donate for a Cause, has costs near $3000. My mother is basically living "paycheck to paycheck" on her social security, pension, and rental income. An extra $105 a month is a significant amount.
,Last night I was served papers and in the stack there
, Last night I was served papers and in the stack there is an application right to attach oder. Also, there is a filled out (by the lawyer I assume) an ex parte right to attach order and order of writ of attachment, which hasn't been signed or stamped by anyone official. There is a date which the plaintiff has set to see a judge about this, this Thursday. Two items listed have already been sold. The other item is up still. I have an appointment today to sell the last item. Can I get into any trouble it since no official order has been given? We desperately need the money to live on. Thank you!
Hello, State tax Commission determined a tax deficiencyView more legal questions
Hello, State tax Commission determined a tax deficiency while I was out of country. The final decision is based purely on a fiction and speculation by the tax commission. However the final decision was made and I have no means to provide 20% deposit and appeal it. Besides, I am out of the USA. I am a trustee and a beneficiary of several trusts (land trusts, living trusts)either directly or through an entity, and I operate a couple of bank accounts owned by entities and not me personally. I also have a self-directed roth IRA whereas this IRA accnt had funded a land trust that still exists. Are these assets in USA in any form of risk? What danger am I facing, when I return to the USA? Thank you.