I am looking for a short-term loan of about $12,000 to settle a debt. I can secure that loan with our autos (if possible) or my home. the payoff of that loan would be over a 7-9 month period. Can you help with this loan?
I have been paying my 1st & 2nd mortgage even though it has been forgiven by chapter 7. Can I do a short sale since I am not obligated to pay these two debts?
I am trying to buy a foreclosed home for about $290 - $300,000. I either need a personal loan (as in peer to peer to avoid an inquiry on my credit report) of about $5,000.00 (and I will provide the remainder) or an investor willing to partner with me in purchasing the property, although no return would be seen for approximately five years when I would want to sell it. Which is the best scena...
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I'm a NY state resident. I took out a few Internet payday loans back in February and, I've paid well past the principal balance on both these loans, hundreds more. I'm not sure what I can't afford to pay these loans any longer. Do you have any advice as to what I should do next?
Recently got a judgment against me, and wage garnishment was place on my full-time job. Turns out by IL law my income from that job is exempt. Can the creditor go after both jobs now? I think that the bi-weekly exemptions for one job is $720. With both jobs I bring home around $750 bi-weekly.
I live in Illinois, and just received a registered letter stating an unsecured loan I have is going to garnish my wages. I have 20 days to send a a notice revoking their right to garnish. Should I send it or would I be better off just letting them garnish me? Trouble is I have so many debts it's just a matter of time before someone else will garnish me as well. What should I do face them...
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A debt collector is threatening to garnish my wages, but I live in Illinois and I did not think that was allowed. What are my rights?
I need to find someone to reverse a court order. I get an allotment each month from my retired ex-spouse but I sign it right back over — I don't even cash the check. The problem is I'm winding up paying taxes on the monies I don't even receive and I need to stop the allotment but I need a court order to do it. I live in California.