Legal Advice for Bankruptcy Exemption — 49 results
Written by attorney Robert Brandt, almost 5 years ago.
When comparing bankruptcy exemptions in Virginia and Washington, DC,
I cannot help but think of Charles Dickens opening line in his novel,
A Tale of Two of Two Cities, It was the best of... more
Written by attorney Kelly Karstaedt, about 2 years ago.
In every bankruptcy action that is filed, a stay of any collection-type activities automatically comes into place for the duration of the pending action. However, there are certain... more
Written by attorney Gary Bollinger, almost 4 years ago.
Exemptions a Debtor may use to protect & keep a motor vehicle in Bankruptcy in Missouri
Written by attorney Kelly Karstaedt, almost 3 years ago.
It is standard practice among attorneys practicing in Florida to sign the affidavit in opposition to a claim of exemption from garnishment on behalf of their clients. A case recently... more
Written by attorney Christopher Ariano, over 4 years ago.
If you are filing for chapter 7 bankruptcy protection, you are probably aware that bankruptcy law outlines a specific list of exempt property. This means that, as a chapter 7 bankruptcy... more
Written by attorney Jennifer Morel, over 4 years ago.
Bankruptcy Attorneys have the job of ensuring that their clients are able to retain as many of their assets as possible through bankruptcy, so they can truly have a fresh start after their... more
Written by attorney John P. Brooke, over 4 years ago.
Perhaps the other major aspect of the new exemption law is that it
permits New York residents to choose between the New York exemption
statutes and the Federal Exemption statutes which... more
Written by attorney Mohammed Badwan, over 4 years ago.
There has been a tremendous amount of disagreement among the Courts as to whether unpaid wages for services rendered are part of a consumer's bankruptcy estate. Judge Wedoff out of the... more
Written by attorney Angela Wilson-Goodman, over 4 years ago.
Many practitioners may be surprised to find that Arizona residents are legally precluded from electing to use federal bankruptcy exemptions when they file. While the lingering effects of... more
Written by attorney John N Skiba, almost 5 years ago.
One of the most common fears of those facing bankruptcy is that they will be left homeless with no earthly possessions. Fortunately, this is not the case. Each state has its own set of... more