Legal Advice for Creditors Claims — 8 results
Written by attorney Peter Mullison, over 1 year ago.
Denver bankruptcy lawyer Peter Mullison describes what is usually the only appearance that a person makes when she files personal bankruptcy.
Written by attorney Stephen M. Dunne, 7 months ago.
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Written by attorney Dwayne Farnsworth, 8 months ago.
When you file for bankruptcy, any creditors that think that you owe them money will need to file a proof of claim with the court if they want to be paid out of any assets of the bankruptcy... more
Written by attorney Barry Evan Haimo, 12 months ago.
There are several different types of business entities, with each having its own unique advantages and disadvantages. Business entities are designed in large part to limit the exposure to... more
Written by attorney Barry Evan Haimo, about 1 year ago.
Whether or not you have a validly executed Will, your estate will go through Probate to the extent that you die owning assets in your name. "Probate" is the legal process through which a... more
Written by attorney Ronald Drescher, about 2 years ago.
Thoughts from a Maryland Bankruptcy Lawyerhttp://www.drescherlaw.comIf you've been sued and lost, the creditor will have a judgment against you. The next step is for that creditor to seize... more
Written by attorney Barry Evan Haimo, over 1 year ago.
Barry Haimo, Esq., Haimo Law, Barry E. Haimo, P.A., (954) 246-3397. Florida Probate Law FAQs: http://thelaw.tv/broward/Probate+Law Disclaimer: http://thelaw.tv/broward/About/disclaimer... more
Written by attorney Shaheen I. Imami, over 3 years ago.
Can I pay the decedent's debts even if the creditor has not filed a claim?
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