Legal Advice for Personal Bankruptcy — 338 results
Written by attorney Jeffrey Hyslip, over 1 year ago.
Chicago is filled with Bankruptcy Attorneys and Bankruptcy Law Firms. Unfortunately, some are better than others. If you are looking for a Chicago Bankruptcy Attorney, use this guide as a... more
Written by attorney Gregory Wiley, almost 2 years ago.
The New Requirement for Proof of Claim
If you want to be paid in a Bankruptcy Proceeding, you will need to file a Proof of Claim that conforms to Bankruptcy Rule 3001. This Rule was... more
Written by attorney Ruben Vasquez, 11 months ago.
Bankruptcy and Personal Injury: When Two Worlds Collide
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Written by attorney Heather W. Culp, 10 months ago.
This guide addresses the types of bankruptcy available to individuals; eligibility for Chapter 7 and Chapter 13, and the differences between them; property that can be kept in bankruptcy;... more
Written by attorney Shaye Larkin, 6 months ago.
. . Bankruptcy is a good option when a person is at the point where they are significantly in debt and are using their credit cards to pay for basic living necessities, like food and rent.... more
Written by attorney Robert Adams, 8 months ago.
The Institute for Financial Literacy using a very large sample found the following through 2010. GENDER Female: 52%; Male 48% ETHNICITY Caucasian/White: almost 72%; African American/Black:... more
Written by attorney Eric D Ridley, 8 months ago.
The thought of your bills and obligations getting unmanageable can be concerning – even terrifying. Often, Here are the top 13 bankruptcy myths I'll never be able to own property again.... more
Written by attorney Michael Koplen, 11 months ago.
If you are considering filing for Chapter 7 or Chapter 13, it is important to understand all of the consequences. No two filings are the same, so it is important to discuss your individual... more
Written by attorney James Monaghan, over 1 year ago.
This legal guide examines the various exemptions in the bankruptcy code that allow debtors to retain certain types of real and personal property.
Written by attorney G. David Holmes, about 1 year ago.
What If I Do Nothing?If you do nothing then nothing changes. Your creditors will still hound you with letters and telephone calls. You will still be faced with the threat of civil lawsuits... more