I have a disability lawyer. My hearing should come up summer next year. My jobs were part time since 2005.?
I have not worked since 2009 because of my disability. Since then I've received many judgments and 1 arbitration. I have gone to the county court house records and answered them all telling them I don't have enough steady income to make an arrangement. Even was taken to court for one. My credit of course is a wreck, which I'm not concerned about. I closed my bank account back in 2005, I didn't want my creditors to freeze it. My concern is when I receive my retroactive and it's in a bank,can my creditors freeze my account and take what they want? I have found a bank that doesn't check your credit. Would it be a good idea to file for bankruptcy? Being that I'll have a small sum of money from retroactive will bankruptcy court make me pay all my past due creditors? I don't have a car, will they be able to take this when I buy one. Please Only Serious Ones Who Know The Law Reply. Thank you I should of explained I have a mental illness, Bipolar II and Fibromyalgia. Sometime I may not be asking the right questions. I appreciate Michr that you didn't pounce on me like the 1st person. I mentally crashed in the summer of 2009. When I spoke to lawyers they told me I had to apply on my own 1st, which I did March 2010, and of course was denied. I was told to get a lawyer to appeal. Mentally I didn't feel capable enough to do this on my own. The lawyer I have put in for "reconsideration", which was denied. June 2011, this year they put in for a hearing which SSI has to give a date. My lawyer said I they will definitely win my case. They say the hearing should be about June or August. I have so much debt even my retroactive won't take care of it thats why I'm asking about bankruptcy. I nor anyone else has money for me to get a bankruptcy lawyer right now, thats why I'm asking questions now. I'm staying with family and haven't been able to pay
Asked By: CHILEPEPPER - 12/3/2011
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if you are asking about social security disability (SSDI) then generally it can NOT be touched, there are some exceptions, such as taxes, civil settlements that involved personal injury, some student loans etcetera... More
Answered By: michr - 12/3/2011
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Are you for real? If you owe someone money, you are legally boliged to pay it back together with any interest referred to in the original agreement. I'm sure you'd be happy if someone who owed you money tried to use "disability" as an excuse for not paying you.
Answered By: Ed Fox - 12/3/2011
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