Thoughts from a Maryland Bankruptcy Attorneyhttp://www.drescherlaw.comAn exemption is your ability to keep stuff that you own even though you're going to get a discharge. In most states, if you file... more
Thoughts from a Maryland Bankruptcy Attorney
What most people don't really understand is that in effect there are two cases going on in a typical bankruptcy case. One case... more
Thoughts from a Maryland Bankruptcy Attorneyhttp://www.drescherlaw.comIt's widely known that real estate values have taken a beating in the last 5 years. Many junior liens, mortgages and deeds of... more
A discussion of how Section 506 of the Bankruptcy code works to discharge and strip off a second mortgage or home equity line from your property, where the homeowner can get out from an underwater... more
Virginia attorney James H. Wilson, Jr., explains whether a consumer might lose his or her home in a Virginia bankruptcy.
James H. Wilson, Jr., 4860 Cox Road, Suite 200, Glen Allen, VA 23060, Tel: (... more