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Re: What would you do? Opinions please

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01-19-2013 16:43:24

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Hey guys,Thanks for all the replies!I knew I would get some good info from this site.My father has not filed bankrupcy and probably wont unless he is forced to.He is not trying to beat anybody out of anything and is just a 62 year old farmer that has lost everything that he has worked for over the years due to several drought disaster years with no irrigation and a mountain of debt that he was trying to battle.The "friend" in this situation is very close and would never try to gain ownership through a shady storage deal.He actually had the tractor borrowed when the motor gave up.I have my own truck and lowboy and the tractor is less than 5 miles from home so moving pronto may be my first step.Then I may check for an actual filed lien on it so I will know what to do next.My dad doesnt want to file bankrupcy but he is at the stage now that he has lost pretty much everything but family so thats all that matters to him anymore.

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01-19-2013 20:14:28

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 Re: What would you do? Opinions please in reply to haley, 01-19-2013 16:43:24  
haley -- I was not disparaging your father or yourself in my comments, I did not agree with some advice you were given. It is plain from your story that your Father was and still is doing all he can to settle his business dealings the best way that he can. I am sorry he suffered hard times and hope everything looks up for him in the future.

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01-20-2013 05:10:35

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 Re: What would you do? Opinions please in reply to LAA, 01-19-2013 20:14:28  
Thanks,You did not offend me in any way and I appreciate everybodys opinion -bad or good.You are right,My father is trying to work out of his situation the best that he can and even though he knows that farming full time is over for him he still has his little garden plots and also runs a combine for me during the year and just being around this seems to keep him going.

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