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Bankruptcy Law

Does a Chapter 13 Wipe Out IRS Tax Debt?

14th April 2011
Bankruptcy is a powerful tool for people who owe money in America, but it cannot eliminate all debts. The idea that it can simply wipe the financial slate clean is a canard. As a general rule, bankruptcy protection can help people get rid of credit debt a...
Author: Dori Faxton
Bankruptcy Law

How to decide if Chapter 7 Bankruptcy is Right for You?

16th March 2011
If you have read our article on Chapter 7 bankruptcy means test and figure your income is below the average state median income and you really want to file chapter 7 to erase some of your unsecured debts, here are 3 questions you MUST be able to answer be...
Author: Hussein


22nd February 2011
When the debt man cometh, he is indiscriminate and will seek to collect various types of liabilities. For some, these liabilities may include an unpaid IRS tax debt. As bankruptcy looms on your financial horizon, you might have already experienced enforce...
Author: Alena Smith
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

Filing Your Income Taxes How To Identify The Right Time

17th December 2010
If you're looking to blame a particular political party, Presidents Roosevelt and Taft were both Republicans. Of course, the Democrats haven't exactly made much of an effort to repeal the tax, so both parties deserve a whack upside the head in my opinion....
Author: Bill Potter
Bankruptcy Law

Chapter thirteen chapter is developed for men and women

23rd November 2010
Chapter thirteen individual bankruptcy is developed for people with normal income who have the capability to repay all or part of their money owed in installments over a period of time. Chapter thirteen might also be proper for those debtors whose assets...
Author: Warren Brown
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

What My Family Did for My Divorce

09th February 2010
How is your family affecting your divorce -- in a positive or negative way?This is a fictional account of two marriages that explores how the behavior of families can affect the experience of divorce. Sheila and Carrie have been friends since grade school...
Author: Josh D. Simon
Bankruptcy Law

Chapter 7 Exemptions and Chapter 13 Dischargeable Debts

24th November 2009
It is quite important to understand the benefices each Chapter of bankruptcy offer prior to taking on any bankruptcy legal procedures. What are the debts that are subject to exoneration in Chapter 7 and Chapter 13 Bankruptcy? The range of exemptions i...
Author: EstherA

Understanding IRS Wage Garnishment

06th October 2009
What does it mean to have your wages garnished? Even if you don't know the exact meaning of this, one thing is for sure: you probably realize that it is a bad thing. Simply put, wage garnishment is the result of a court order in which money is deducted fr...
Author: Matt Robinson

Paying Student Loans as an employee? Pay student loans with an internet business!

20th November 2008
This short article is here to suggest some things about paying your student loans using an online business that you can create. Go directly to my website If you want instant details on 3 "scam free" online businesses, that I...
Author: Hal9ksrc