Legal Advice for Secured Debt — 82 results
Written by attorney Brian Lerner, almost 4 years ago.
Debtor required to pay off value of stripped secured lien over life
of plan: Where the debtor strips down (as opposed to stripping
offi.e., entirely removing) a lien under 506(a), the... more
Written by attorney William Rogers, about 3 years ago.
The effects of bankruptcy on your ability
to secure credit are difficult to assess. Credit is extended by a wide
variety of individual lenders and is not generally regulated. The... more
Written by attorney Seth Rosenberg, about 3 years ago.
Bankruptcy Code has what is known as the strong arm clause. It allows the trustee to avoid or cut off
claims against the debtors property such as unperfected security interests,... more
Written by attorney Dean L D'Mellow, about 3 years ago.
Quick tips for deciding upon filing Chapter 13 Bankruptcy. Chapter 13 bankruptcy is an option to those debtors who have fallen behind in their payments on debt secured by real or personal... more
Written by attorney Mohammed Badwan, over 3 years ago.
Everyone filing bankruptcy must file a "Statement of Intention" with their petition. The Statement of Intention is exactly what it sounds like. The consumer must notify secured creditors (... more
Written by attorney Andrew Myers, almost 4 years ago.
A form known as the "Statement of Intention" is one of many documents that must be filed with every chapter 7 bankruptcy petition. The Statement of Intention indicates the filer's... more
Written by attorney Cary Hall, about 4 years ago.
A mechanics lien is a statutory device which enables
a contractor or subcontractor to obtain a lien upon a parcel of improved real
property as a security for the debt due from furnishing... more
Written by attorney Michael Hassen, over 5 years ago.
California Appellate Court Resolves Matter of First Impression Regarding Reattaching Liens Whether a reattaching junior lien has priority over a purchase-money loan obtained to buy the... more
Written by attorney Christy Greene, over 5 years ago.
Help I've been served! What does this mean? When you receive a service of process attached to a complaint requesting foreclosure it can be a very frightening experience. The 20 day... more
Written by attorney Kelly Karstaedt, about 1 year ago.
By: Kelly A. Karstaedt, Esq.
It is common knowledge that when a person or business files for bankruptcy, the end result is typically a discharge of debts. The bankruptcy debtor will no... more