Gary D. Bollinger’s Guides

Gary D. Bollinger

Saint Louis Bankruptcy Attorney.

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  1. Liquidation or Administration of the Chapter 7 Bankruptcy Estate by the Bankruptcy Trustee

    Written by attorney Gary Bollinger, over 2 years ago.

    How a Chapter 7 Bankruptcy Trustee distributes seized assets of the Bankruptcy Debtor to Creditors & Others.

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  2. Judgment Proof. Defined & Explained.

    Written by attorney Gary Bollinger, over 2 years ago.

    Following a judgment, a private party creditor must file for a Writ of Garnishment, Sequestration or Levy to attempt to collect on the judgment. Whether the judgment Creditor can collect a garnishment may depend on whether the judgment debtor is "judgment proof."

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  3. Keeping your home or residence in bankruptcy chapter 7 or 13.

    Written by attorney Gary Bollinger, over 2 years ago.

    For a home, constructed on real property, that the bankruptcy debtor owns. (Depending on State law, it may also include a (formerly) mobile home that has been permanently affixed to real property that the bankruptcy debtor owns).

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  4. Are Bankruptcy Service Divisible by Zero: Unbundling in Post-Reform Bankruptcy

    Written by attorney Gary Bollinger, almost 3 years ago.

    Can bankruptcy representation be divided into discrete transactions that are both severable and separately billable? Or is a consumer bankruptcy attorneys bundle of services divisible only by Zero? Several attorneys in this NACBA/LinkedIn community have expressed opinions criti...

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  5. Filing a Second Bankruptcy. Statute of Limitations (Time Interval between Filing)

    Written by attorney Gary Bollinger, over 3 years ago.

    ElibiibIty to file a 2nd bankruptcy & obtain an order discharging debts. (This guide deals only with eligibility for discharge based on the passage of time between the 1st & 2nd bankruptcy; however, a discharge can be denied for other reasons, e.g. a 180-day bar under 11 U.S.C. §109).

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  6. Form 1099-C. Cancellation of Indebtedness or Debt. IRS 1099-C & IRS Form 982. Phantom Income

    Written by attorney Gary Bollinger, over 3 years ago.

    Meaning & Effect of Receiving an IRS Form 1099-C Dealing with "Phantom Income" IRS Form 982 to offset imputation of income

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  7. Non-Dischargeable Debts in Chapter 7 Bankruptcy. Child-Support, Alimony, Taxes etc. Explained

    Written by attorney Gary Bollinger, over 3 years ago.

    Certain debts are never dischargeable in Chapter 7 bankruptcy. Some debts may be dischargeable depending on the age of the debt. Some debts may be non-dischargeable based on other criteria or actions taken by the creditor during the bankruptcy. This guide explains some of the differences.

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  8. Service of Summons to Appear or Answer in Court on a Petition or Complaint

    Written by attorney Gary Bollinger, over 3 years ago.

    The two types of service of summons in Missouri & the differences in remedies available.

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  9. Divorce Decree or Judgments. Discharge of Some Decretal Obligations in Bankruptcy

    Written by attorney Gary Bollinger, over 3 years ago.

    Depending on the chapter of bankruptcy completed, some divorce decree obligations may be discharged; however, some obligations cannot be discharged under any chapter of bankruptcy. Court orders for domestic support obligationa term that includes child-support, alimony, spous...

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  10. Chapter 7 Bankruptcy Eligibility. Income & Assets.

    Written by attorney Gary Bollinger, over 3 years ago.

    Bankruptcy debtors must usually choose between a Chapter 7 or 13. A Chapter 7 bankruptcy typically concludes very quickly a matter of 3 or 4 months. A chapter 13 requires payments to a bankruptcy trustee for 3 to 5 years. Eligibility for a Chapter 7 bankruptcy includes three...

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