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State Kentucky
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Allowed (Our partner lenders provide payments in Kentucky)
Loan amount limit $500
Loan terms 14-60 days
Finance rates $15 per $100 on face value of check + $1 database fee
Finance charges $17.65
Maximum APR (Annual percentage rate) 459%

1308 N Dixie Highway, Elizabethtown, KY 42701

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Elizabethtown

161 Outer Loop, Louisville, KY 40214

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Louisville

5704 Outer Loop, Louisville, KY 40219

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116 Blueberry Lane, Nicholasville, KY 40356

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Nicholasville

709 N Main Street, Nicholasville, KY 40356

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Nicholasville

3333 Frederica Street, Owensboro, KY 42301

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Owensboro

2603 Dixie Highway, Louisville, KY 40216

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Louisville

541 W Dixie Avenue, Elizabethtown, KY 42701

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Paducah

210 Versailles Road, Frankfort, KY 40601

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Frequently asked questions about bad credit loans in kentucky

  • If he has exhausted his federal and state aid options, a private loan is an option but he'll need a cosigner with good credit. He needs to talk to his financial aid office.
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  • In 2004 we filed bankruptcy and filed for divorce at the same time. My X has all rights to the house and property. I included the mortgage comapny in my bankruptcy filing, she kept making payments and re-affirmed. Here's the problem: I just got notice that my wages are being garnished for property taxes due for 2005 and 2006. I call the state of Kentucky and they tell me that's between my ex and me, my name is still on the property. I call the mortgage company and find out my name is still on the mortgage because they will not re-finance her without my income. Can the mortgage company keep me on this loan after I filed bankruptcy against this? My X says she has tried to refinance with no success. I cant buy a house and have even worse credit now thanks to her late payments. HELP!!! before I go crazy.
  • In my situation the judge forced her to refinance(if she couldn't she had to sell the house). All I had to do has sign a quit claim deed with the county. I would suggest finding an attorney because if your ex is like mine, she will use this against you as long as she can.
  • This is not to be construed as legal advise, check with an attorney for all legal advise and opinions. In Ohio, you can easily do a "Quit Claim" deed and record it and thereby remove yourself from legal titlle to the property. You can either hire an attorney to draw up the quit claim deed, or do it yourself by going to the county recorders office and finding a similar recorded document, retype it with your correct information. Correct information will include the exact legal description of the property as shown on the deed recorded in both names. Ask them for a copy of the deed you and your ex signed, the attorney you ask to help you will need this information. Its easier to hire an attorney, cheaper to do it yourself, but do it yourself has the risks of doing it wrong and causing future problems. The mortgage is another issue. Most mortgage companies will not let you off the hook until the mortgage is satisfied (paid off).
  • Unless the divorce decree gives your wife ownership and the papers say she has to make all the mortgage payments then u are stuck with your name on the papers. yes the mortgage company can keep u on the papers until a judge decides otherwise. the reason why your wife cant get refinancing is because u are on the mortgage papers . talk to a lawyer and make sure that u can get off the mortgage . because u are the man it will make it extremly difficult to remove your name. unless your wife has a super good job i think u may be stuck
  • As a part owner you could file a partition law suit forcing her to sell the house and split the proceeds. This would be a last resort. However you might suggest to your ex that it would be best for everyone if she sells and moves to somewhere more affordable. Bankruptcy generally only wipes out unsecured debts. With secured debts you can either keep the collateral and the debt or get rid of the collateral and pay off the debt.
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