We are owed in excess of 25, 000 for cutting and hauling
We are owed in excess of 25, 000 for cutting and hauling wheat for a farmer.He refuses payment.Can we place a lien against the irrevocable trust of his deceased father, against this farmer?JA: Since estate law varies from place to place, can you tell me what state this is in?Customer: OklahomaJA: Have you talked to a lawyer yet?Customer: NoJA: Anything else you think the lawyer should know?Customer: This farmer that owes money has s past history of this for over 40 years, filed bankruptcy regularly
I won a small claims suit with garnishment about a year and
i won a small claims suit with garnishment about a year and a half ago . I was receiving monthly payments and they ended up laying that person off. I think this person now has a new job but I need to know how I go about finding that out (i.e. can the courts demand that info or is there a low cost or free service) and when I do find that out, how I proceed in getting new garnishment from new employer
I received a writ of execution (money judgement) it is from
hello,i received a writ of execution (money judgement) it is from a debt collector. the name is ***** ***** but, i looked them up on the internet. the letter also includes a levy on all accounts. how can they levy my accounts? can they take personal property? how can i fight this?
If a writ of execution on personal property is issued and a
If a writ of execution on personal property is issued and a public sale is held, what becomes of the property if nobody bids? Does the judgment debtor just keep it and sell it later in a non-public auction? Is there any accommodation for fair market value to the original debtor so that the judgment debt is reduced? For example, if a car is worth $5000 but nobody bids at the public auction and the creditor subsequently sells it in a non-public auction for $5000, does the judgment debtor get any credit on the overall judgment debt?
If a judgment debtor is served with a writ of execution that
If a judgment debtor is served with a writ of execution that lists personal property that the debtor does not own, what is the responsibility of the debtor? To hire a lawyer to file for a hearing and to attend a hearing regarding property not owned by the debtor seems unreasonable. Doesn't the judgment creditor have responsibility to establish ownership before serving a writ of execution?