Legal Advice for Bankruptcy Process — 157 results
Written by attorney Christopher Ariano, almost 4 years ago.
Let me tell you about a common scenario I encounter. It is towards the end of a bankruptcy consultation and I have given my speech regarding the ins and outs of the bankruptcy process, the... more
Written by attorney Rami N. Nabi, about 2 years ago.
Step 1: Find an attorney
It is important that you find an attorney that practices bankruptcy law in your district. Whether it be Los Angeles, San Diego, Orange County or Riverside. A... more
Written by attorney Lynda Wesley, 4 months ago.
So your finances are a mess and you know you have to do something. You think a bankruptcy might be the answer. Now what? The following is a quick overview of what you need to do and what... more
Written by attorney Charles Leftwich, 12 months ago.
PURPOSE: To provide clients with a general overview of the Chapter 7 bankruptcy process. A better understanding promotes better communication between you, your attorney and your bankruptcy... more
Written by attorney Shaye Larkin, 5 months ago.
This legal guide discusses objections to Chapter 13 Plans in Chapter 13 Bankruptcy cases. What is an objection to the Chapter 13 Plan? Not everyone may be happy with the Chapter 13 Plan you... more
Written by attorney Karen Munzer, over 1 year ago.
Many people are confused about bankruptcy. Some of the followinginformation may be surprising. This Guide will educate with some interesting information about bankruptcy.
1. EVEN RICH... more
Written by attorney Michael Koplen, 9 months ago.
It is common for individuals to be upside down on their car loan. This means that they owe more on their vehicle than what the car is worth. If this is your situation, a Chapter 7... more
Written by attorney Alex R. Hess, over 1 year ago.
One of the best way for an individual to save their home and negotiate more favorable terms of their mortgage is to submit a Home Mortgage Loan Modification to your mortgage holder (whether... more
Written by attorney Mohammad Faruqui, over 1 year ago.
When a chapter 7 petition is filed, the U.S. trustee (or the bankruptcy court in Alabama and North Carolina) appoints an impartial case trustee to administer the case and liquidate the... more
Written by attorney T Dougherty, about 3 years ago.
The first step:
The first step is to call our office at 831-783-3440 and set an appointment. Our receptionist will ask you to bring in information such as pay stubs, taxes, and mortgage... more