I am having a problem with Discover card. The onley way they will discuus my wife’s account with me is to add me and report it bad on credit report? I am wondering if this is legal. My wifetold them they could discuss the account with me. What if I had power of attorney? Could they place it on my credit report.
i bought a used mobile home in 1998 it fell apart danger to live in i moved out could not pay for it, they told me there was a judgment on it years ago, today i get a letter from a lawyer telling me he is going to take me to court for this i think value of 35,000 and they will take my furniture and ect, i own nothing and rent own no property or hve savings, is there a limitation on when they sue me for this trailer, i called and told them to come and get it back in 1999 for it was falling apart they did not want it. what do i do? when i divorced last my attorney advised me it would be better to let creditors file judgements than file bankruptcy. should i be worried, or is like a small claims court where you go before a judge, what can they do
Does my attorney need me to sign a power of attorney? I thought that being an attorney and after paying the retainer, he automatically has the power of attorney?
I cosigned on purchase of A mobile home and land ,they have failed making last three payments, will probably go into foreclosure,where do I stand legally,can they garnish my banking account and retirement funds?
If I have tge limited power of attorney, can I represent my wife in court, in a civil lawsuit? Also, plaintiff violated FTC’s laws.