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Monthly Archives: August 2013

Credit Counseling and Your Bankruptcy

August 30, 2013 | Posted in Credit Counseling

Faced with a seemingly never ending pile of debt, you may decide that bankruptcy is the best option left to you – a way to restart your life with a clean slate, financially. While it is possible to file for bankruptcy on your own without retaining the counsel of a Dayton bankruptcy attorney, it is […]

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How Soon Can You File a Second Chapter 7?

August 28, 2013 | Posted in Chapter 7

A Chapter 7 bankruptcy filing can be a great option for restarting your financial life and turning over a new leaf. Many types of debt can be discharged completely through a Chapter 7 filing, and in many cases you will be able to keep your most important assets such as your home and your car. […]

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Judge Appoints New Attorney for Detroit

August 26, 2013 | Posted in News

On Monday, the U.S. Bankruptcy Judge in charge of overseeing Detroit’s Chapter 9 case appointed a bankruptcy attorney to keep tabs on the mounting legal expenses involved in the case. Robert M. Fishman will be monitoring the expenses involved in the case, ensuring the records are kept public and that the fees involved do not […]

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Mandatory Credit Counseling for Chapter 13

August 23, 2013 | Posted in Chapter 13

Before 2005, there was a whole different set of laws and regulations surrounding bankruptcy filings; however, according to an expert Dayton bankruptcy attorney, these laws resulted in many Chapter 7 filings by people who were considered to have other options available. In other words, it was decided that filing for bankruptcy, and Chapter 7 in […]

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Ways Bankruptcy Can Help Prevent Foreclosure

August 21, 2013 | Posted in Foreclosure

Both Chapter 7 and Chapter 13 bankruptcy filings involve an automatic order called the order for relief. This order includes an injunction, the automatic stay, which commands creditors to cease all collection activities until the bankruptcy proceedings are completed. In the case of foreclosure, this means that any proceedings currently underway in regard to your […]

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Chapter 7 Bankruptcy Filings Down in Wisconsin

August 19, 2013 | Posted in News

According to data from the U.S. Bankruptcy Court, bankruptcy in Wisconsin is down 11% from the previous year. This is promising news both for Wisconsin and the rest of the country, as it continues a slow trend of recovery from the economic recession and shows continued improvement. Bankruptcy Attorney Says Improvement is Slow The news […]

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How to Stop Wage Garnishment

August 16, 2013 | Posted in Wage garnishment

Wage garnishment is a tool of last resort used by creditors, and it can be a serious hindrance to your finances. A Cincinnati bankruptcy attorney will tell you that avoiding wage garnishment is a top priority no matter your debt situation. Here are some ways to keep your paychecks for yourself while keeping your creditors […]

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Complications in Filing Chapter 7

August 14, 2013 | Posted in Chapter 7

Understanding Chapter 7 bankruptcy can be difficult, and knowing whether to file Chapter 7 in your individual case is never easy either. No two people’s financial situations are the same, and what’s good for the goose may not always be good for the gander. Here are a few common complications to Chapter 7 filing and […]

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Detroit Bankruptcy Attorney Heather Lennox

August 12, 2013 | Posted in News

In a legal field typically dominated by males, three women are leading the Detroit Chapter 9 bankruptcy filing. Representing labor unions are prominent attorneys Sharon Levine and Babette Ceccotti, while representing the city is bankruptcy attorney Heather Lennox. The unions are disputing Detroit’s right to file for Chapter 9 protection, say Ms. Levine and Ms. […]

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San Jose Supermarket Chain Files Chapter 11

August 9, 2013 | Posted in News

San Jose consumers were surprised to learn that the beloved supermarket chain Mi Pueblo has filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection, citing a dispute with one of its primary lenders. In a statement, the grocery chain said it will keep all stores open and stocked during the Chapter 11 proceedings and will use the filing […]

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