Susan, I practice law in New York and have handled many cases similar to yours. The question of whether or not you are entitled to be compensated depends upon the law in the State where you live.
Brandon, The technical answer is yes. Each side is aware of the other side's subpoenas so that they are not duplicated. If you have any hesitancy, contact the company's attorney and ask for them to
Hello again Roy, The same provisions of my first response apply to this follow up. If a case is not settled, there will be an outcome depending on the rules, evidence presented and decisions made
What happens really depends on how your Plan is set up, how many payments you miss, and other factors including the rules of the court in your district. In Chapter 13, you can seek to suspend or modify
Hello Roy, Before I respond further to your question, I must make clear that I do not represent you, and cannot give you individual particularized legal advice. No attorney client relationship is