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American Express Sued My Dad But He Doesn’t Live in the U.S. – Skylar

“Dear Steve,

My Dad got sued by American Express. They filed it in a court in CA. He doesn’t live here in the US, not a US citizen. He visits here in the US for like every 2 years and resides outside of US. He will be turning 70 yrs old and is not employed.

What can I do to help him?


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The Answer

Dear Skylar,

Does your father own any assets in the U.S. or maintain any bank accounts with money in them?

Please post your responses and follow-up messages to me on this in the comments section below.

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  • Imprincesschi

    Thank you for the reply.  I thought my email is never going to be answered.  I know you are a very busy person. 

    No assets and no bank account under his name.  He will visit next year for his sister’s 80th birthday. Is the law suit/debt that he owed be a problem for him to enter the country? 

    • Steve Rhode

      No. He will not have any problems when he visits.

      The reality is the best thing to do in this case is probably nothing. He will be sued and lose but since he has no assets here, that will most likely be the end of it.

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