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I have filed a Chapter 13 Case pro se. My plan is still
I have filed a Chapter 13 Case pro se. My plan is still unconfirmed. The IRS filed a secured Proof of Claim for $590K. My property I owe $475K and is worth $950K. I made a mistake on my schedules and did not include a second for $200K. The second was discharged through a Chapter 7 years ago. I no longer receive statements for this account. But the lien remains. I want to tell IRS that less of their claim is secured. When there is an IRS secured claim all must be paid through the plan? Most of the assessments were done in 2006, 2007. 2008. I was wondering if I can offer to pay them less and at an interest rate of 0.5%
I filed bankruptcy about four years ago because I had to
I filed bankruptcy about four years ago because I had to take care of my mother who had Alzheimer's. I kept the house, but I'm finding the bills overwhelming. I'm running two households now because I'm taking care of my brother who has FTD (frontotemporal dementia) and hydrocephalus (water on the brain). If I filed bankruptcy just to get rid of my house that has extreme damage from trees and water, would I get into trouble with the mortgage holder? My mortgage is about $340,000 and the house, on a good day, is worth about $90,000. As I've been told, it's also a famous historical house. Right now I hire people to go in and check on my brother on the days that I can't be there because he lives 125 miles away from me. I'm overwhelmed trying to keep up with all the bills for two households on top of paying home health care workers.
Years ago i received an 11,000.00 fine which the idph
years ago i received an 11,000.00 fine which the idph purposely sent to an old address and I never got a day in court. The fine was for my old corporation that has since dissolved. Also I filed bankruptcy on the amount as well. What law says I do not have to pay or am not responsible for paying it now?
This is a Ch 13 question. The Debtor believes that she owes
This is a Ch 13 question. The Debtor believes that she owes about $800 more to the IRS than what they claimed to be paid through the plan as per her returns that she filed. Pay the claim amount or get the IRS to amend their claim to reflect what the Debtor thinks she owes? Thank you in advance for your assistance.
I am listed as a creditor on a CH7, how can i requestView more bankruptcy law questions
Hello, i am listed as a creditor on a CH7, how can i request that an investigation be done. I know the debtor and i know he is hiding over $$ outside of the country from the sale of properties last July. He left he money overseas to hide it from the IRS and also so he could file BK and then transfer the money after the discharge into his wife's account that they opened here in her name alone. They cleared over 100K in cash from the sale of properties and he filed for BK. He is actually actively soliciting peopel to allow him to transfer money into their accounts and then give him the cash, it is a clear fraud. What can i do to get him investigated? Do i need a lawyer to do it, or can i just let the trustee know?