Can One File Additional Lawsuits
Absolutely! Anyone can repeat the small claims enforcement process using ANY other legal statutes. One only needs to add ONE NEW STATUTE VIOLATION to file a new lawsuit. Each lawsuit costs a creditor/lender an average of $3,000.00 to $5,000.00 for their attorney representation every time. Simply rinse & repeat the process until the alleged debt is invalidated.
Can Unlimited Lawsuits Be Filed Against A Debt Collector or Creditor At Once (For Single Account)
One may only file a single case at a time for a single line of credit. On the other hand, if a creditor has given one multiple credit cards, each credit card would result in a separate lawsuit. Once any case is withdrawn from the docket (by you) or a ...
How Does One File A Court Case
If one has a trust already, one can actually file for FREE by filling out a form called Application for Indigency by the Clerk of Court. By filling out this form with all "zeros" one will automatically qualify for free legal services (except ...
Filing A Lawsuit For Free
Every county has a form to file a lawsuit for free, allowing the fees to be waived. It is named something like Waiver of Fees Form or Indigent Form or other similar names. If one operates a trust, then that person will have no personal assets and ...
What Penalty Is There for Corporation's Failure To File
Corporations that fail to timely file an income tax return are subject to a penalty of 5% of the unpaid tax for each month or part of a month the return is late, up to a maximum of 25% of the unpaid tax. When there is $0 owed, the maximum penalty ...
What Kind of Tax Return Does One File with LLC, Corporation or Trust
IF IT IS PERSONAL: A Form 1040 is used to report any personal income (consult a CPA to learn which form is right for the situation). One may not need to file for their person if they did any of the following: Redeemed in lawful money all year As an ...