When you are involved in an accident that occurs on the job, there are a number of necessary Worker’s Compensation forms that need to be completed and then submitted to the appropriate office. One of these forms is called a 25P. Form 25P is also referred to as an “Itemized Statement of Charges for Drugs.” […]
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What Is A Form 25P in North Carolina Workers’ Compensation?
In the State of North Carolina, foreclosure hearings are held by the Clerk of Court or Assistant Clerk of Court, as judges rarely hear foreclosures. The Clerk of Court is only to hear cases involving “legal defenses.” Cases involving any other type of defense, such as defense of fraud cases, are to be handled through […]
One of the most important documents we need in order to file your bankruptcy are copies of your tax returns for the last 4 years. We must have both federal and state. If you cannot find your tax returns, check with your tax preparer or ask the IRS or State for a copy of your […]
Can a person who is not a legal resident of the United Stated file for bankruptcy in the US? According to 11 USC §109(a), any person that resides or has domicile, a place of business, or property in the United States or a municipality, can in fact file a bankruptcy. This means that anyone who […]
A statute of limitation sets a time frame to let a creditor know how long they have to try an come back and sue you for a debt that you owe. As discussed before, there are different statute of limitations depending on the type of debt that is owed. Unfortunately with student loans, there is no […]
Form MSC7 is the report of the Evaluator in a workers compensation case in North Carolina. An Evaluator is usually a neutral person who meets with the plaintiffs and defendants in a workers compensation case in a neutral evaluation conference. The Evaluator will usually conducts an informal presentation of facts from both parties about the […]
If you have been injured on the job in North Carolina, you need to know your rights and the steps that must be taken to ensure your rights are protected. Just because you are hurt on the job, you are not automatically going to receive money from your employer’s insurance company. Instead, there are certain […]
Once your case is filed with the U.S. Bankruptcy Court and the creditors are notified of the filing, your mortgage company may stop sending you the monthly statements for your house payment. This is a protective measure on their part. The mortgage company may be in violation of the federal bankruptcy automatic stay if they […]
Can I Still Use the Mortgage Deduction On Taxes If My House is Being Paid In A Chapter 13 Bankruptcy?
After filing Chapter 13 bankruptcy, you should confirm with your attorney whether the monthly mortgage payment is to be paid by you or the Chapter 13 bankruptcy Trustee. Often the mortgage payment is included in your monthly Chapter 13 payment and disbursed to the mortgage company by the Chapter 13 Trustee. Regardless of how the […]
Congrats! Your bankruptcy has been filed and now you are getting ready for your creditors’ meeting. Below are seven important things you need to know before your creditors’ meeting. First, you should have already made your first payment to the Trustee. If you have not done that you need to make that payment first thing […]