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Ronald Jay Drescher

Baltimore Bankruptcy Attorney.

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  1. Bankruptcy: What Happens After Filing A Bare Bones Case (Part 2)? Maryland Bankruptcy Attorney

    Video posted by attorney Ronald Drescher, over 2 years ago.

    Thoughts from a Maryland Bankruptcy Attorneyhttp://www.drescherlaw.comPart 2After you file your bare bones case, you have 14 days under the rules to get the rest of your schedules together. Hopefully we've got everything as close as possible when we file the case so that getting...

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  2. Creditor's Rights: What is Lien Perfection? Maryland Bankruptcy Attorney

    Video posted by attorney Ronald Drescher, over 2 years ago.

    Thoughts from a Maryland Bankruptcy Attorneyhttp://www.drescherlaw.comA lien is nothing more than a property interest that secures a debt. Frequently more than one lender will make a loan to someone secured by their home, their car, their business assets or their other property. ...

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  3. Creditor's Rights: What is a Statutory Lien? Maryland Bankruptcy Attorney

    Video posted by attorney Ronald Drescher, over 2 years ago.

    Thoughts from a Maryland Bankruptcy Attorneyhttp://www.drescherlaw.comA lien is nothing more than a property interest that secures a debt. A statutory lien is a lien that is created by law or statute, usually in favor of a taxing authority, like the state or the IRS. A statutory ...

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  4. Creditor's Rights: What is a Consensual Lien? Maryland Bankruptcy Attorney

    Video posted by attorney Ronald Drescher, over 2 years ago.

    Thoughts from a Maryland Bankruptcy Attorneyhttp://www.drescherlaw.comA lien is nothing more than a property interest that secures a debt. A consensual lien is a lien that a person gives voluntarily, often to secure the purchase price of a home or a car. Consensual liens general...

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  5. Creditor's Rights: What is a Judicial Lien? Maryland Bankruptcy Attorney

    Video posted by attorney Ronald Drescher, over 2 years ago.

    Thoughts from a Maryland Bankruptcy Attorneyhttp://www.drescherlaw.comA lien is nothing more than a property interest that secures a debt. A judicial lien is a lien that arises after a judgment is entered against a defendant. Generally, a judgment automatically becomes a lien in ...

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  6. Creditor's Rights: What is a Lien? Maryland Bankruptcy Attorney

    Video posted by attorney Ronald Drescher, over 2 years ago.

    Thoughts from a Maryland Bankruptcy Attorneyhttp://www.drescherlaw.comA lien is nothing more than a property interest that secures a debt. A judgment can create a lien in real estate, or if the sheriff "levies" on property that will create a lien on that property. The most import...

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  7. Rights: The Sheriff has Levied on my Property. Now What? Maryland Bankruptcy Attorney

    Video posted by attorney Ronald Drescher, over 2 years ago.

    Thoughts from a Maryland Bankruptcy Lawyerhttp://www.drescherlaw.comIf you've been sued and lost, the creditor will have a judgment against you. The next step is for that creditor to seize and sell your assets to pay down the debt. To do that, the creditor needs help from the sh...

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  8. Creditor's Rights: What is a Levy and Why is the Sheriff Knocking on my Door?

    Video posted by attorney Ronald Drescher, over 2 years ago.

    Thoughts from a Maryland Bankruptcy Lawyerhttp://www.drescherlaw.comIf you've been sued and lost, the creditor will have a judgment against you. The next step is for that creditor to seize and sell your assets to pay down the debt. To do that, the creditor needs help from the she...

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  9. Bankruptcy: What is a Bare Bones Filing? Maryland Bankruptcy Attorney

    Video posted by attorney Ronald Drescher, over 2 years ago.

    Thoughts from a Maryland Bankruptcy Attorneyhttp://www.drescherlaw.comSometimes you're in a hurry to file a bankruptcy case. Whether it's because you need to stop a foreclosure sale, repossession of a vehicle or a trial you expect to go badly. A barebones bankruptcy helps you get...

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  10. Bankruptcy: What is Chapter 7 Lien Stripping? Maryland Bankruptcy Attorney

    Video posted by attorney Ronald Drescher, over 2 years ago.

    Thoughts from a Maryland Bankruptcy Attorneyhttp://www.drescherlaw.comAn exemption is your ability to keep stuff that you own even though you're going to get a discharge. In most states, if you file a lawsuit and you get a judgment, that judgment becomes a lien against their real...

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