Legal Advice for Personal Bankruptcy — 37 results
Written by attorney Michael Grennier, about 4 years ago.
If you have recently considered filing for bankruptcy, I urge you to speak with an experienced attorney who can provide honest answers. You should get all the information you need to make a... more
Written by attorney Kevin Cortright, almost 4 years ago.
Bankruptcy Form Schedule B Personal Property
Schedule B is used to list all of your Personal Property, most of the items that were not previously listed on schedule A. Schedule B Personal... more
Written by attorney John N Skiba, about 4 years ago.
Education Savings Accounts and how they are impacted in bankruptcy.
When a bankruptcy case is filed a "bankruptcy estate" is created that includes almost all of your assets. Some parents... more
Written by attorney Raymond Carrero, about 4 years ago.
People often ask whether someone can be sued personally while (or after) being foreclosed. The short answer is: Yes. The better answer is: It depends.
In Florida, many firms that... more
Written by attorney Jeffrey Hsu, about 3 years ago.
Oftentimes, I get calls from individuals asking why their S Corp, LLC, partnership, C Corp, or other business entity must be accounted for as an asset in their personal bankruptcy filing.... more
Written by attorney Gregory Wiley, over 2 years ago.
In Chapter 13, there are times when a debtor can perform what is known as cramdown on a vehicle or other personal property. In Pre-BAPCPA (2005 Bankruptcy Code changes), cram down happened... more
Written by attorney James Schroeder, over 4 years ago.
Doing business online is gaining increased acceptance. I find shopping on Amazon a breeze, especially this time of the year. There are also many advantages to being able to review online... more
Written by attorney James B. Heston, 6 days ago.
This guide explains what you can do when, because of a judgment against you, an innocent third party's bank account gets garnished. Here's the Situation: A Joint Account Holder's Account... more
Written by attorney Jeena Cho, over 5 years ago.
I’ll lose everything Bankruptcy is not meant to punish. The heart of the Bankruptcy Code is to provide the honest debtor a “fresh start.” There are exemptions which allow you to keep most,... more
Written by attorney Mitchell Goldstein, over 4 years ago.
Bankruptcy practice is affected by the Code and the Rules. Effective December 1, 2010, amendments to Rule 1019 will affect the timing for converting cases from Chapter 13 to Chapter 7.... more