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Monthly Archives: April 2012

Does Bankruptcy Protection Apply To Immigrants In Ohio?

April 30, 2012 | Posted in Bankruptcy

A common question often heard by bankruptcy attorneys concerns immigrants who are in the USA legally. Can immigrants in Ohio legally file for bankruptcy protection and will this step affect the status of their immigration? United States citizenship is not a requirement under the US Bankruptcy Code, so the legal status of an immigrant is […]

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Is Bank Of America Playing Fair With Mortgage Holders?

April 30, 2012 | Posted in Bankruptcy

An investigation into the foreclosure practices of Bank of America has uncovered some surprising facts, and some activities that may be downright illegal. The group Anonymous, known for hacking as a form of public service, has released a number of emails that were leaked by an individual who used to be an employee of Bank […]

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Budgeting After Bankruptcy Is Crucial

April 23, 2012 | Posted in Bankruptcy

After bankruptcy you will notice your stress levels are much lower and your life is much less chaotic, thanks to your bankruptcy attorney. You no longer have to avoid harassing phone calls and letters from creditors, and your life is peaceful once again. Without learning to budget and use sound financial management this peace may […]

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Bankruptcy Does Not Remove Tax Liens

April 22, 2012 | Posted in Bankruptcy

Generally speaking, the bankruptcy discharge will eliminate old income tax debt provided your tax returns from prior years have been filed and the taxes you are seeking to discharge are now more than 3.5 years old. However, while income tax debt can be eliminated by filing for bankruptcy, bankruptcy does not remove tax liens. What […]

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Creditor Contact After Bankruptcy: What Are Your Options?

April 19, 2012 | Posted in Bankruptcy

You hired a bankruptcy attorney, went through the entire bankruptcy process, and had your debts discharged. You have received a new financial start and your future is looking up. Out of the blue you get a phone call or a demand letter from a creditor whose debt was discharged in bankruptcy, insisting that you owe […]

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Will An Ohio Bankruptcy Attorney Refuse Your Case?

April 19, 2012 | Posted in Bankruptcy

Bankruptcy attorneys will not usually refuse cases but there are times when an attorney may refuse to take on your case for a number of reasons. Each attorney is different and some will take on a case that other attorneys have turned down. Why would a bankruptcy attorney refuse to take on your case? While […]

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