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Christopher G. Bokas

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  • Getting CPA license with summary offense (shoplifting)

    Christopher’s Answer

    The best answer is to have a lawyer prepare an file a petition for
    expungement on your behalf.

    CHRISTOPHER BOKAS, ESQ.
    610-352-7100
    [email protected]

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  • Can I fly within us if I have a bench warrent

    Christopher’s Answer

    Your principal concern should be about getting the bench warrant lifted and not about flying. Drop everything else you are doing and attend to that matter.

    CHRISTOPHER BOKAS, ESQ.
    20 West Third Street
    Media, PA 19063
    [email protected]

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  • Need to move to abetter school district my house worth less than what I owe.. have 45,000 in cred card debt . stuck

    Christopher’s Answer

    This sounds like a Chapter 7 situation, where you could wipe out your credit card debts. As for the house, there are a number of options you could consider.

    CHRISTOPHER BOKAS, ESQUIRE
    610-352-7100
    [email protected]

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  • I need a expungment handled and do nit have alot of money to spend. Can anyone help ?

    Christopher’s Answer

    Expungements are not expensive matters, and we have haandled them in Norristown.

    CHRISTOPHER BOKAS, ESQUIRE
    20 West Third Street
    Media, PA 19063
    610-352-7100

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  • I filed for bankruptcy to stop a sheriff sale i1/30.The attorney failed to file paperwork on time and it was dismissed.

    Christopher’s Answer

    Yes. You should not be penalized for a dismissal for the reasons your cited. When you refile, try to have all the statements and schedules ready with the petition.

    CHRISTOPHER BOKAS, ESQUIRE
    20 West Third Street
    Media, PA 19063
    610-352-7100

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  • GagnonII hearing

    Christopher’s Answer

    My simple advice is to call a criminal lawyer quickly. Questions like yours
    are best answered in the privacy of a meeting with a lawyer who has
    gathered all the facts.

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  • If I File Chapter 7 Bankruptcy, Will I Pass the "Means Test"?

    Christopher’s Answer

    Your questions are far too involved to answer without the benefit of additional information. The internet may not be the appropriate forum for discussion of these issues. You should call a Bankruptcy lawyer before you slide further into debt.

    CHRISTOPHER BOKAS, ESQUIRE
    610-352-7100
    [email protected]

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  • My husband is currently in county prison. He had a prelim. hearing scheduled for 12\20 but was never taken to court.

    Christopher’s Answer

    This sounds very fishy. Call a local criminal lawyer to see if he can unravel this little mess.

    CHRISTOPHER BOKAS, ESQ.
    20 West 3rd Street
    Media, PA 19063
    610-352-7100

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  • How should I handle warrant from my arrest for 1990 possesion charge? Will I do time in jail? Do I turn myself or get lawyer

    Christopher’s Answer

    You should retain a criminal lawyer who can properly advise you and walk you through the procedure of getting the warrant lifted. The original charge would then have to be resolved. If you avoid the warrant it will not go away on its own.

    CHRISTOPHER BOKAS, ESQUIRE
    [email protected]
    610-352-7100

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  • My husband was just sued by a creditor, but we can't afford to file for bankruptcy for a couple months.What happens to the suit?

    Christopher’s Answer

    Filing pro se and "hoping for the best" is not a good idea. You should contact a Bankruptcy lawyer as soon as possible however. The fees are usually not as high as you might imagine, and in any case less expensive than the consequences of doing nothing or ofg allowing the creditor to obtain a judgment.

    CHRISTOPHER BOKAS, ESQUIRE
    [email protected]
    610-352-7100
    610-352-71

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