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Old 01-06-2011, 04:15 PM   #61
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Right now it's $564 * 2, just started the process of collecting from the other party. I still need to recover the money to resend out all the distributions to the other heirs.
Maybe just tell them they each need to collect $ from that party...spread the joy around.

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Old 01-06-2011, 04:50 PM   #62
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I sure wish I could do that, but 1 party has payment w/county treasurer (other one we're seeking repayment) and another has a bank guardian appointed by the court.

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Old 04-18-2011, 01:05 PM   #63
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UPDATE - I finally got the repayment of the $564 this week. Check cleared the bank as of today. What I thought was interesting, a cashiers check was purchased 1/13/2011, all the while claiming he couldn't come up with the money until 3/31, he mailed it on 4/4. Not sure what his motive was for stringing this out, other than to be a real PITA. The attorney wasn't happy that I'm withholding his payment for the other lawsuit (we owe him a little over $2000, my share is 50%), I told him he delayed getting this money, and we were going to pay him from our distributions (me and another sibling). As far as I'm concerned he caused these delays, so it's his fault. We weren't going to pay him unless it came from this distribution, he found it incredible we withheld $2000 over only $564! I think I'll wait another few weeks to pay him back.
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I think I'll wait another few weeks to pay him back.
You're going to buy the cashier's check tomorrow and then sit on it for a few weeks, right?


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