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Bankruptcy Law

How Do You Choose A Bankruptcy Attorney?

31st March 2011
The moment you decide you need to file for bankruptcy, you need to jump into action. If you think it's in your best interest to start a bankruptcy petition, you might be in need of a legal professional who can guide you through all of the complex inter-wo...
Author: Tom McAvity
Bankruptcy Law

What Does a Bankruptcy Trustee Do?

08th March 2011
Many people who are contemplating filing bankruptcy ask the question, what exactly is the job of the bankruptcy trustee? Is he my friend or foe? Well the answer to this question is really quite simple, once you know the duties of a trustee. A bankruptc...
Author: Mitchell Sussman
Bankruptcy Law

Get advice from reliable Colorado Springs Bankruptcy attorney

28th February 2011
If you feel that you are going bankrupt then hire a good Colorado Springs Bankruptcy attorney who can offer good advice related to it. The problem is not uncommon and many people are dealing with it especially because of the recent recession. Unpaid credi...
Author: clawsonlow

Valuation Issues in the Bankruptcy Process

22nd February 2011
When it comes to business bankruptcies, the numbers seem to loom larger with every year. From 2005 through 2008, annual business bankruptcies increased by over 200%. In the years 2009 and 2010, business bankruptcies were more than double for the years 200...
Author: Mark S. Gottlieb, CPA/ABV/CFF, CVA, CBA, DABFA, MS
Bankruptcy Law

Minneapolis Bankruptcy Lawyers Serve Your Needs

08th February 2011
Filing for personal bankruptcy with ...
Author: ArticleSubmit Auto
Bankruptcy Law

Bankruptcy in a Nutshell

06th January 2011
When considering whether to file bankruptcy it is important to take into account all of the options available. For many, the need for and advantages of bankruptcy are obvious. To others, it will be a last resort. As the debts pile up and the creditors hou...
Author: Aaron Kelly
Bankruptcy Law

A Guide for Declaring Chapter 13 Bankruptcy

26th October 2010
In bankruptcy laws, there are actually two major selections to consider and these are the chapter 7 and chapter 13 of the bankruptcy law. The decision in which option to choose depend on your situation and of course, the amount of money that you owe. I...
Author: Herschel
Bankruptcy Law

Debts Remaining After Chapter 7

13th October 2010
A Chapter 7 bankruptcy filing is a drastic step for most people and Albuquerque lawyers stand ready to help. However, a Chapter 7 will discharge a significant amount of debt for those mired too deeply to see light. Once, before the reforms of 2005 were pu...
Author: ArticleSubmit Auto
Bankruptcy Law

How to Stop the Harassing Phone Calls from Creditors and Debt Collectors

24th September 2010
Are you someone who has recently encountered serious financial problems? If so, you understand the stress filled reality of such a situation. Your phone rings all day with calls from bill collectors looking to squeeze whatever small amount of money they ...
Author: Max Gunderson
Bankruptcy Law

Detroit Bankruptcy Lawyers: Can I Pick And Choose Which Credit Cards to File Bankruptcy On?

05th August 2010
"I want to bankrupt this credit card, but I want to keep this one and keep paying on it". This is one of the common statements I hear from my clients at their free consultation. First off, the terminology is wrong. You are bankrupt. You can't bankrupt a d...
Author: Detroit Bankruptcy Lawyer
Bankruptcy Law

What a Creditor Must Find out About Chapter 7 Bankruptcy

17th May 2010
Even though, I've experience as a Las Vegas bankruptcy attorney, the info here's standard in all 50 states. However, if you have legal questions you need to contact a local attorneyTo get blunt, when each of your customers or clients files for a Chapter ...
Author: Stephan Bowen
Bankruptcy Law

Bankruptcy Automatic Stay

04th May 2010
Automatic stay is a powerful protection device for consumers in the realm of bankruptcy. A bankruptcy automatic stay can be defined as temporarily evaluation that has been automatically placed once the bankruptcy petition has been filed by a company or in...
Author: BrianJoneta
Bankruptcy Law

Why a Bankruptcy Lawyer Is Important

30th March 2010
Bankruptcy attorney Benjamin Ginter runs the Law Offices of Benjamin J. Ginter in Cranford, New Jersey. Here, he says that bankruptcy attorneys are the key to filing a successful bankruptcy. They counsel you every step of the way, make sure you file the r...
Author: Dean Matthews
Bankruptcy Law

Has Your Bankruptcy Client Used Their Credit Cards Within the Past 90 Days?

29th March 2010
The average consumer who has never filed bankruptcy rarely understands that charging their credit cards to the maximum limit of their credit, then filing bankruptcy, is fraud. Instead, many people believe it is their right to buy all the assets they need...
Author: VictoriaRing
Bankruptcy Law

Can You Be Fired for Filing For Bankruptcy

24th March 2010
In general you cannot be fired for making filing a bankruptcy petition under the U.S Bankruptcy CodeUsually your employer will not know you have filed for bankruptcyUnder Section 525(b) of the U.S Bankruptcy Code you cannot lose your job for filing for ba...
Author: Frank Smith
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