Legal Advice for Business Bankruptcy — 169 results
Written by attorney Seth Rosenberg, about 2 years ago.
Oh, youre goodbut not THAT good.
A couple weeks back, I wrote about the increasing number of individuals in this economy who cant afford to pay an attorney to file bankruptcy. This week I... more
Written by attorney Clint Dunaway, over 1 year ago.
There are many similarities and many differences between Chapter 13 and Chapter 11 of bankruptcy. Chapter 13 bankruptcies are available for individuals and sole proprietorships but not... more
Written by attorney Mari Jo Clark, over 2 years ago.
This guide will tell you what you can expect at your initial bankruptcy consultation with a lawyer.
Written by attorney Seth Rosenberg, over 2 years ago.
The first quarter of 2012 showed an increase in bankruptcy filings despite the good news regarding the unemployment figures that have generally been coming out of Olympia.Chapters 7, 11 and... more
Written by attorney Gene Wook Choe, almost 3 years ago.
Question: I own a small home health care business for senior citizens. While the real estate market was booming, I was able to buy two houses, both with first and second loans. For five... more
Written by attorney James Bumgardner, about 3 years ago.
Times are tough, but our clients have options. For businesses, business owners and individuals, understanding the scope of the financial problem is the first step on the path to finding a... more
Written by attorney Frederick Meissner, about 3 years ago.
Income tax debts may be eligible for discharge under Chapter 7 or Chapter 13 of the Bankruptcy Code. Filing for bankruptcy is one of five ways to get out of tax debt, but you should... more
Written by attorney Robert Suhajda, over 3 years ago.
The rules below apply to both federal andCalifornia income tax returns.
If all the following 8 conditions are met, the income taxfor a year isdischargeable.
1. 3+ YEARS AFTER TAX RETURN... more
Written by attorney Shaye Larkin, 5 months ago.
This legal guide discusses the issue of preferences in bankruptcy - what defines a preference, and the consequence of a preferential payment to a creditor. What is a preference? In... more
Written by attorney Timothy Combs, over 4 years ago.
To qualify for relief under chapter 7 of the Bankruptcy Code, the debtor may be an individual, a partnership, or a corporation or other business entity. 11 U.S.C. 101(41), 109(b). Subject... more