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Do creditors have a way to prevent you from discharging their debt in bankruptcy?

Individuals who find themselves owing more each month than what they can afford to pay file bankruptcy to reduce their debt obligations. Creditors must stop trying to aggressively collect debts from the moment you file your case. While the bulk of your unsecured debts are eligible…

Are you a retailer who is trying to save your company?

Retailers have rarely seen a worse environment for success. With no tourism, virtually no in-store traffic and no further stimulus to tide people over, things look grim. Still, you may be holding out, hoping things will turn around by the end of the year. Many…

Does a Notice of Garnishment Hearing Eliminate all Your Options?

As you continue to deal with the ever-mounting debt that you have accumulated, it may feel as though you can physically feel the weight of these debts. Having outstanding balances can lead to quite a bit of stress and even if you want to get…

What is a 341 Meeting?

Bankruptcy is a complex process and can be stressful for those in debt, as the future becomes unclear and uncertain. A key component in a bankruptcy case is the 341 meeting, which is often the last step before discharging debt. This meeting is an opportunity for…

How to Discharge Taxes in Bankruptcy

For those who find themselves in insurmountable debt, bankruptcy is often the last resort option in order to restart. But with bankruptcy comes many rules, nuances, and confusing elements that can leave the debtor feeling stressed. This stress can intensify if the debtor has incurred tax…

Attorney Fees and Bankruptcy: What you Need to Know

Bankruptcy can leave people feeling vulnerable, scared, and uncertain about their future. In a time of so many questions and financial sensitivity, navigating through bankruptcy can be a daunting task. This is why many people facing bankruptcy opt to hire an experienced bankruptcy attorney. But with…

Paying taxes on debts that are forgiven or cancelled

Paying taxes on debts that are forgiven or cancelled is a concern on the minds of many people who come to my office for advice. They are worried about having to pay additional taxes as a result of resolving issues with their creditors. These tax…

Foreclosure Defense Attorneys Know What Happens at the End of a Foreclosure

An experienced foreclosure  attorney knows that Orlando homeowners in foreclosure face a deficiency judgment that can plague their finances for up to twenty years.  Many homeowners who face foreclosure don’t yet feel ready to consult with a foreclosure lawyer.  These homeowners may suffer unnecessarily from the “underwater home” crisis that is a plague to…

If I File For Bankruptcy, Do I Lose My Workers Compensation Settlement Money?

What happens to your workers compensation settlement? Filing for bankruptcy is an important decision, and there are many factors to consider. If you have received a workers compensation settlement as a result of a workers compensation claim, you may worry that filing for bankruptcy will cause you to…

What You Need To Know About Mandatory Credit Counseling and Debtor Education In Bankruptcies

Declaring bankruptcy is not a decision you should make without careful consideration. There are many factors to consider, and it isn’t an easy decision. There are several types available for individuals including chapter 7 and chapter 13 which are the most popular bankruptcies filed by…

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