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My mother in-law lives in Tennessee and has been living in the home that she and my late father-in-law purchased over 40 years ago. He ended up using the house as collateral for an installment loan he took out that still has a balance of about 85,000 on it. When he died 7 years ago, my mother-in-law took over paying the installment loan. She's in her 70's and has had some health issues and wants to stay in the house and her daughter wants to buy the house (her daughter lives in the home with her anyway) but they are running into problems getting this done because my mother-in-law's name is o
I posted this on my original thread but got no replies so I'm trying a new topic. During the BK hearing the trustee latched on to the payment I made to the IRS with cash I had been sitting on in case of emergencies. We got into a mess in 2009, husband lost his job, tiny kids, no cash, etc, credit cards, and I lost a lawsuit in February which is why the BK. So when I inherited a little bit of money in 2012 I just put it in a cashier's check in a safety deposit box and sat on it so I knew we would have cash if necessary. I am filing singly by the way - spouse is not filing. I was honest
Looking for recommendations on what to do. My spouse foolishly signed a complaint against her for $2500 or so without looking into what she should do first. She has no job, no income and absolutely no prospect for work. The lawyer that file the complaint against her knows she is judgment proof but has attempted to take my state tax return for the last three years. As my wife has no income, the tax return was awarded to me. But now I believe the lawyer is going to attempt to take our (my) checking and savings account monies because her name is on the accounts. Any suggestions as t