So you have filed bankruptcy a while ago, but now have a problem with a creditor or with several creditors. Maybe you had creditors that you couldn't get rid of in your previous bankruptcy, or maybe
Is there any way to deal with special debts such as child support, alimony, income taxes, etc, through bankruptcy? In 90 seconds, you can see what options are available.
It drives most bankruptcy attorney's crazy when someone asks about "leaving out debt" in a bankruptcy because the question suggests that it might be okay to lie in a court proceeding. In less than 30
People might expect that my tips for hiring a bankruptcy attorney might be "hire me - I'm that greatest," but those people don't know me very well! In less than 90 seconds, I explain what qualities I
It is one of my pet peeves - a lazy or part time bankruptcy attorney tells someone that they make 'too much money to file bankruptcy." There are solutions - and this 90 second video explains how you m
Chapter 13 is complicated by both written and unwritten rules. A Chapter 13 failure can be catastrophic - with a loss of a home often at stake. Since a large part of the Chapter 13 process is up to
Those who fail to prepare, must prepare to fail. Since no one wants to return to have a second or third meeting with their bankruptcy trustee, no matter how delightful the trustee and court staff mig
A frequent question people ask of a bankruptcy attorney is "how long will it take?" This short video addresses this important question.
Of course a “free bankruptcy consultation” isn’t going to get you unlimited time with the attorney. So if you are not prepared for this meeting, you won’t get useful advice. Here are some tips to pre
This is a trick question - many bankruptcy attorneys also see it as a dangerous question because the answer, as is the case with many legal questions, is "it depends." This question is complicated