I'm being sued by a creditor, I'm already in a DMP and don't want to file Bankruptcy.?

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Asked at 2012-08-15 04:20:34
I am being sued by a company that had bought a debt with a loan company . The loan company had refused to work with loan officers , I mean I made ​​an offer , the loan company came to ask for more and accept , but then decided to pursue collections anyway. I have all my debt to one side of the DMP directed ( federal tax debt ), except for this problem. The DMP is working , but this lawsuit is to put all in jeoperdy . I talked to a lawyer who thinks he can handle this, but I disagree . He thinks he may have the answer, buy a little time to accumulate cash, and make an offer once a meeting has been set. Another lawyer is to push I file for bankruptcy . I do not want to do this , I have been trying to get a small business going. Any advice ? The debt is $ 1,100, they want an additional $ 467 plus interest and legal fees. If they can get the trial going to have to declare bankruptcy. I'm in Ohio and the case is in Franklin County .
Answer1confused by adverbs and adjectivesAnswered at 2012-08-18 13:25:02
Its some companies that buy debts that other companies do not want to mess with it. Them the worst kind of my friend had one like that , who called it night and day 5 or 6 times a day . They put their name on a computer when that computer comes with the name they call . Finally had to take bankruptcy because going crazy , he called his work only on the day and night.
Answer2SAGARAnswered at 2012-09-02 07:10:03
being advised to declare bankruptcy over a debt of 1600.00 ? First, the courts would never allow it . secondly, it will cost just under 1000.00 ( more or less) to file for bankruptcy . Thirdly , why is not when it comes to court , if a payment arrangement can be made ?
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