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If a judgement creditor executes on the assets of a

If a judgement creditor executes on the assets of a judgement debtor and conducts a sheriff's sale wherein the judgement creditor bids less than reasonably equivalent value for the assets, why is that not a voidable transfer as to other creditors?

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I went through a tornado in 2015. A man without any

I went through a tornado in 2015. A man without any contract, or permits started to take my roof off, and put a new one on. He is now suing me. Would my VA compensation be exempt to pay him. as I understand VA compensation is exempt from creditors. The man is using a two word latin clause to excuse him from making a mistake, and coming to my house.

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My attorney says non taxable travel reimbursement and per

My attorney says non taxable travel reimbursement and per diem is included as disposal incomeJA: What state are you in? And are you working with a local attorney?Customer: Montana. And yesJA: Has anything been filed in civil court? If so, what?Customer: Not yet. The repayment amountil they are suggesting is way too high to afford because of the extra per diemail and reimbursementsJA: Anything else you want the lawyer to know before I connect you?Customer: My husband travels extensively. They are shown on his pay stubs as non taxable and not included in gross wahes

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Terry, I asked a question on the 20th about a bankruptcy.

HI Terry, I asked a question on the 20th about a bankruptcy. Now 2 days away from court the agency that are trying to sue me for a 33k debt for a car titled to me no liens.They wouldn't negotiate before but now that my credit was been ruined from 780 to 450 they are. They offered 30k with structure payments. That not an option. Can you give me insight on a counter? Or should I go thru with the bk has I now have multiple charged off accounts? Or should I try to negotiate those too?

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Received a personal ch7 discharge 2 years ago. Not all

Received a personal ch7 discharge 2 years ago.Not all Federal tax was not discharged so their are tax liens on record at county recorder and on credit report. I had no success in settling state tax that was not discharged currently in the hands of a collector.

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My father passed away in September and I am the executor of

My father passed away in September and I am the executor of his estate in the state of Georgia. I personally spent about $50k of pocket over the past 6 years (over and above his income) in order to provide him in-home 24 hour nursing care. The plan is to recover my expenses from his estate when his home is sold. A past creditor who has a 5 year old $30k personal judgment (against me only) will probably try and take those funds before they make it to me. Can they do this? I have other credit issues also and would filing a Chapter 7 (or Ch 13) keep my creditor from coming after the funds?

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If possible, Question about post -judgement interrogatories

For Barrister Only if possible,Question about post -judgement interrogatories and a Request for Production of Documents.Hi Barrister, don't know if you remember me, but we were in conversation last May. We need your advice again, on the AMEX issue. Thanks!

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Second opinion] if I file chapter 7 bankruptcy will it stop

Second opinion] if I file chapter 7 bankruptcy will it stop a state sales and use tax garnishment? And after filing how long before they can start trying to collect

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In Utah, if a debtor transfers (sells) an asset for

In Utah, if a debtor transfers (sells) an asset for reasonably equivalent value (as much or more than the asset is worth) to another party, is the transaction still voidable if it is deemed the debtor sold the asset with actual intent to hinder, delay, or defraud a creditor? In other words, if the sale actually brought in a fair market value to the debtor, couldn't the creditor just go after the proceeds from the sale rather than try to “unwind” the transaction?

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