Legal Advice for Unsecured Debt — 8 results
Written by attorney Jeffrey Hyslip, over 1 year ago.
CW11 in New York was kind enough to interview me, Jeffrey Hyslip, on what consumers can do to fight back against Debt Collection Harassment. Although the story is about a New York consumer,... more
Written by attorney Dwayne Farnsworth, 9 months ago.
In 2005 Congress enacted and included as part of the new bankruptcy vernacular a concept called The Means Test. Basically what this amounts to is an attempt on behalf of Congress to make... more
Written by attorney Dwayne Farnsworth, 7 months ago.
FAQ: Do I need to owe a certain amount of debt to file bankruptcy?
Written by attorney David Siegel, about 3 years ago.
Unsecured debt is debt that is not secured by any type of property.
Written by attorney Peter Mullison, over 1 year ago.
Denver bankruptcy lawyer Peter Mullison describes what is usually the only appearance that a person makes when she files personal bankruptcy.
Written by attorney Damon Duncan, over 3 years ago.
http://www.DuncanLawOnline.comThe difference between a secured debt and unsecured debt is important in knowing what your bankruptcy may and may not wipe out. Secured debt is debt where you... more
Written by attorney Brian Lerner, over 3 years ago.
A video introduction to Secured vs. Unsecured creditors
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