Legal Advice for “Bankruptcy Costs” — 85 results
Written by attorney Dorothy G Bunce, about 3 years ago.
Because credit scoring is based on ratios, there is no exact answer to this question. In the worst case scenario, a bankruptcy can drop a credit score by as much as 150 points. A... more
Written by attorney Cassie Pfannenstiel Rodriguez, over 3 years ago.
Gather all your debt information It is time to sit down at the kitchen table with your loved ones and realistically review your financial situation. Review balances, interest rates, and... more
Written by attorney John Gerth Merna, almost 3 years ago.
Filing Fees must be paid by signed check, money order, *cash or credit card (Visa, MasterCard, American Express, Discover, Diners Club); ifpro sedebtor, must be cash or... more
Written by attorney Gary Ray Fraley, over 4 years ago.
How Much Does Bankruptcy Cost? Like a Car, It Depends Part 1 Bankruptcy is so complicated that cost is as good a place to begin your investigation as any. It’s something you understand.... more
Written by attorney Mohammed Badwan, almost 4 years ago.
Paying back a relative Relatives are considered "insiders" in the bankruptcy world. The bankruptcy code prohibits prefering one creditor over another. The bankruptcy trustee has the power... more
Written by attorney Jonathan Stein, about 6 years ago.
If you are dealing with growing debt, you may be considering bankruptcy (http://bankruptcy.avvo.com/). However, for some consumers, debt negotiation is a better, less expensive option. How... more
Written by attorney Angela Wilson-Goodman, almost 4 years ago.
This is part three of a series on violating the automatic stay in bankruptcy. We've begun a discussion of the damages possibly available to a debtor when a creditor commits a willful... more
Written by attorney Theodore Araujo, over 4 years ago.
Payday Loans Some "check cashers" and finance companies offer to take a personal check from you and hold it without cashing it until your next pay day. In return they will give you an... more
Written by attorney Jonathan Sprouffske, almost 5 years ago.
Chapter 7: Liquidation ($245 filing fee, $39 administrative fee, $15 trustee surcharge: Total fee $299) Ch. 7 is the most common form of bankruptcy. It is designed for debtors that do... more
Written by attorney Nathan Graham, over 3 years ago.
I talk to people every day that tell me that a creditor has offered to settle their debt for less than what they owe. Unfortunately these creditors rarely tell the whole truth about how... more