Legal Advice for Personal Bankruptcy — 108 results
Written by attorney Robert Sickels, over 3 years ago.
Can a Michigan judgment obtained as a result of a wrongful death be discharged in bankruptcy?
Written by attorney David Siegel, about 3 years ago.
Chapter 13 allows a person to repay mortgage arrears over 3-5 years.
Written by attorney Jeffrey Butler, over 4 years ago.
An individual may consider a Chapter 7 bankruptcy for bankruptcy
protection who wants to eliminate unsecured debt such as medical debt,
credit cards, personal loans, and utility bills.The... more
Written by attorney Jeffrey Braxton, over 4 years ago.
Can a Florida judgment obtained as a result of a wrongful death be discharged in bankruptcy?
Written by attorney Peter Mullison, over 1 year ago.
Denver bankruptcy lawyer Peter Mullison discusses how bankruptcy can affect your employment.
Written by attorney Dennis Sargent, about 2 years ago.
Bankruptcy is a ferderal law that allows good people recover from bad situation. Sometime bad things happen to good people and they have no other recourse. Bankruptcy allows consumers to... more
Written by attorney Scott T. Dillon, over 2 years ago.
Bankruptcy FAQ: What is bankruptcy?Bankruptcy refers to federal laws and rules which are designed to help a debtor, whether an individual or a business, who is facing more debt than he, she... more
Written by attorney Michael Potter, over 1 year ago.
Several components go into achieving true Asset Protection. Among these are timing, the right combination of entities, acting while your legal seas are calm, and avoiding a last-minute... more
Written by attorney Earl Parker, almost 3 years ago.
Can I file bankruptcy only on my personal or just on my business debts?
Written by attorney Barry Evan Haimo, over 1 year ago.
Contrary to what you may think, if you have an S-Corporation, you are putting your business at great risk. Even LLC's can be exposing you to unintended liability. Selecting the most... more