I wonder if there are laws , policies park barriers that prevent someone standing on the edge of the Grand Canyon .
From what I've read and heard , apparently some guy 21 years away from the edge of the Grand Canyon a week ago. Does anyone know the back story or what happened to eliminate the edge ? I tried searching online , but I'm not having much luck in history. Only it will not release his name and that he managed to get out of the car without major injuries . I also read somewhere that the guy was making false claims . Im curious . Any help is appreciated ! Thank you.
I was involved in a car accident a few weeks ago . It was the fault of others . Meanwhile, while my car was being repaired my ex was required to recover the car . He had used his credit for the car when we were together during the time of the accident I was in my parents and we are separated because
So just be very curious lately , if someone passes in front of a police car when its movement or walk in front of your car and get beaten , what would happen to the person . Now I'm not talking about going in front of a police car is moving fast, but maybe in a parking lot or something , get it !
In short : We are $ 100K upside down in our mortgage . My wife is losing their working hours , we have a second child , I work for GM and could completely lose my job before October , wifes have 60K in student loan debt , no mortgage lender will help or modify the loan and stress of all this is driving my marriage with the ground . We are looking to buy a house forclosed firesale priced under the name of my wife / credit and let me fall on the knife with the foreclosure to ensure we have a home for our family . If I do not walk , later this year that will not be able to keep up with current payments regardless of whether or not I am still employed because of the situation of my wife with work and the need to be home with children to save on childcare costs . Do away at this point makes sense , or am I dilussional here ? I can not see any way out , and a bankruptcy attorney I know you do not need to pay for something , you just have to walk. I live in Michigan to boot , so it certainly will not help anything . Comments , thoughts or tips .. please!
My father was imprisoned when he was 10 years old and my mother never stood up then and therefore had no health insurance after age 18. I went through a big depression and tried to kill me , ri failed. I am very happy to say that I fought all healthy and I am 22 years .... However, I just got my credit report and discovered that I have about $ 9,000 in hospital bills , and I honestly do not know how it is even possible to pay . I can not seem to get just a head of the game at all, and that makes me sorta annoying . These are hospital bills in the collection therefore is killing my credit . I live in Michigan and I'm trying to figure out if there is any program that can help me with some of them and help me get ahead of the game .... Any suggestions ? ? ? Please respond only if you have something good to say and good advice .
Can anyone recommend one ?
I've been in my house for 3 years and have lost about 100K in equity at that time. This house was not meant to be a long-term home , only one to get my family out and hire a desirable neighborhood after selling . The market crashed , and now I feel like I'm stuck . I do not want my children in the schools in this area ( two years away) and I like it here . I recently filed a Ch.13 BK to get rid of a significant amount of debt and now I wonder if I should change my Ch.7 and Ch.13 to include my house . Now ( after the cap . 13 BK ) have no problems with any of my accounts money is not a factor here . I just do not like where I live and I want to be in a place where I feel that my children can play outside without worrying about them both . I considered renting, but this seems to be more of a task than I can handle at this point in my life , but the idea is not off the table . I consulted with my family and friends , and things have gotten worse ... I out 1/2 on one side and half on the other ... I'm looking for the pros and cons of this situation . Any advice will be great .
if you can give me a summary ? thx ! PD is not for a report, you just read in school and were not allowed to read ahead and let me know what happens!
I asked Chapter 7 bankruptcy in 10 / 05. I was discharged on 03/06 . I filed under the old bankruptcy laws . Well my attourney apperentely never no longer practices law paperwork I had filled the redemption to keep my house . I've never missed a payment , even during bankruptcy , with all good intentions to keep my house . Well last month I went to qualify for a new home and sell the current home. I learned that Wells Fargo was not informing my credit bearau ! NIGHTMARE ! Because they are not reporting that I have a loan to buy a new house . I called Wells Fargo and I said I will help all I can do is refinance to get back home to my name . Now I feel so frustrated I just want to give back and keep going. I can do it legally and not redeem the residence during my bankruptcy ?
Some friends filed for chapter 7 bankruptcy in Ohio back in 2007. They thought they reaffirmed the mortgage because they were never notified otherwise. They have never moved and continued to pay the monthly mortgage payment. Recently they went to get a small personal loan and when the loan officer pulled the credit report they noticed the mortgage states "included in bankruptcy". They contacted the mortgage holder and was transferred to the bankruptcy, then legal department where they were notified to contact their attorney. We have left a message and are waiting on a return call from the attorney. The biggest question is since this has been "included in bankruptcy" will further damage be done to their credit by walking away from it now? The credit report shows the balance of $0 and they are worried that while mortgage holder is accepting payments they may be paying towards no potential ownership of the house. The auditor website still shows them as owners. We are not really sure where to go at this point? We are really just looking for some advice and direction.
In the state of Florida , I will be punished ( for example , having to pay the difference in the loan if the bank auctions the house ) if I walk away from my house and let it go into foreclosure ?