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John Caldwell Rogers

Glasgow Chapter 7 Bankruptcy Attorney.

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  1. Do all creditors have to be listed on bankruptcy schedules?

    Written by attorney John Rogers, about 1 year ago.

    Yes. All of the debts have to be scheduled, with the name and address of the creditors. This is so that they can receive notice of the bankruptcy, and get their fair share of any money that is paid to creditors. Sometimes debtors think that they should omit a creditor beca...

  2. Do creditors have you cornered ? What is Bankruptcy and can it help ?

    Written by attorney John Rogers, about 1 year ago.

    Although bankruptcy cases can be complex, many of the procedures and cases are routine. Before filing a bankruptcy case, you or your attorney should analyze your eligibility for different forms of debt relief available under the Bankruptcy Code and which form of relief is mos...

  3. Do creditors have you cornered ? What is Bankruptcy and can it help ?

    Written by attorney John Rogers, about 1 year ago.

    Although bankruptcy cases can be complex, many of the procedures and cases are routine. Before filing a bankruptcy case, you or your attorney should analyze your eligibility for different forms of debt relief available under the Bankruptcy Code and which form of relief is mos...

  4. Medical Credit Cards: Can Consumers Afford Them ?

    Written by attorney John Rogers, about 1 year ago.

    The New York Times has an article out today that discusses the recent trend of medical offices offering to patients the option of paying for their procedures in advance with a medical credit card. These cards, or accounts, are being offered to pay the portion of the care n...

  5. Do all creditors have to be listed on bankruptcy schedules ?

    Written by attorney John Rogers, about 1 year ago.

    Yes. All of the debts have to be scheduled, with the name and address of the creditors. This is so that they can receive notice of the bankruptcy, and get their fair share of any money that is paid to creditors. Sometimes debtors think that they should omit a creditor becau...

  6. Model Trains and Bankruptcy: New 6th Circuit BAP Opinion on State Court Non-Dischargeability

    Written by attorney John Rogers, about 1 year ago.

    If the underlying judgment is nondischargeable, generally the contempt judgement award stemming from the underlying judgment will be nondischargeable as well. At least so says the 6th Circuit BAP. ABI VOLO reporter has the case here. The case involves a deceased son, a d...

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  7. What is a reaffirmation agreement in Chapter 7 bankruptcy, and how does it work?

    Written by attorney John Rogers, about 1 year ago.

    A reaffirmation agreement is an agreement by a debtor and a creditor about how to treat a particular debt that would otherwise be discharged in the debtors bankruptcy. Usually, the debt is secured by collateral that the creditor could repossess or foreclose on. In the reaff...

  8. What are my options if I am worried about not being able to make payments on my Federal student loans?

    Written by attorney John Rogers, about 1 year ago.

    The area of student loan forbearance and forgiveness can be confusing and misleading if you rely on the internet to research your options. Thankfully, the new Consumer Financial Protection Bureau, also known as the CFPB, in Washington, DC offers a website to begin the process...

  9. Consumer Financial Protection Bureau Offers Guide on Dealing with Student Loan Delinquencies

    Written by attorney John Rogers, about 1 year ago.

    The area of student loan forbearance and forgiveness can be confusing and misleading if you rely on the internet to research your options. Thankfully, the new Consumer Financial Protection Bureau, also known as the CFPB, in Washington, DC offers a website to begin the process of...

  10. Who is the Chapter 13 Bankruptcy Trustee and What Does He Do ?

    Written by attorney John Rogers, about 1 year ago.

    All Chapter 13 cases have a Trustee. He is responsible for the overall administration of your case. In all cases in the Western District of Kentucky, the Trustee is William W. Lawrence. He has many active files in addition to yours. The Trustees duties are found in the Bankrup...

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