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Car Insurance During Chapter 13 Bankruptcy

April 5, 2018 | Posted in Bankruptcy

Filing and receiving a Chapter 13 bankruptcy discharge has many moving parts. In fact, filing Chapter 13 bankruptcy when you own a large amount of property and have several forms of income can become downright complicated. Hiring a Chapter 13 bankruptcy can alleviate a number of concerns just by having a bankruptcy legal expert to […]

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File your Taxes on Time if Planning to Declare Bankruptcy

April 3, 2018 | Posted in Taxes

If you’re struggling with taxes, you should know that declaring bankruptcy can eliminate, but only some types of taxes and only if you file your taxes on time prior to declaring bankruptcy. The US Bankruptcy court has very specific rules that must be filled in order for a debtor to successfully discharge their debt. Tax […]

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What to Expect From Your Cincinnati Bankruptcy Attorney

March 29, 2018 | Posted in Debt

Bankruptcy in Cincinnati Ohio allows you to do away with certain types of debt while keeping the property you want. Likewise, an Ohio Bankruptcy Attorney is a professional that can provide you with specific legal advice and a personal analysis of your debt situation. When searching for a Cincinnati Bankruptcy Attorney, both you and the […]

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Should I File for Bankruptcy a Second Time?

March 27, 2018 | Posted in Bankrtuptcy Filing

When you first completed the bankruptcy process and received your debt discharged you most likely assumed that it was smooth sailing ahead and that there would be no way of debt ever creeping back into your life. This just isn’t the case in many situations and a financial disaster can strike at any time. It […]

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How Do I Know When My Chapter 7 Bankruptcy is Finished?

March 22, 2018 | Posted in Chapter 7

Knowing when your chapter 7 bankruptcy is finished is important information. It’s a question poised to experienced bankruptcy attorneys in Dayton, OH all the time. You’ll know when the Bankruptcy Court has finished your Chapter 7 bankruptcy case when you receive a copy of the discharge papers from the Bankruptcy Court Clerk. This could happen […]

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Property Transfers and Gifts in Bankruptcy

March 20, 2018 | Posted in Mortgage

What property do I get to keep in bankruptcy is the primary concern of nearly everyone that files for bankruptcy. For those unfamiliar with the bankruptcy process, the US Bankruptcy Code grants the ability for debtors to safeguard certain types of property. These safeguards or circle of protection are known as “exemptions”. Using exemptions is […]

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Selling a House in Chapter 13 Bankruptcy

March 15, 2018 | Posted in Chapter 13

Once you file for Chapter 13 bankruptcy in Ohio and your repayment plan has been confirmed, you’ll need to keep tight control over your budget. Also, you most likely used Chapter 13 bankruptcy protection as a form of debt relief because you either didn’t qualify for Chapter 7 bankruptcy or you have more property that […]

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New Ohio Tax Bill Will Extend 529 Plans

March 13, 2018 | Posted in News

Residents of Ohio who are contributing to a tax-deductible college savings plan are one step closer to additional income-tax deductions this week. The Ohio House passed Senate Bill 22 last week, which would expand Ohio’s 529 College Advantage Plan to include private schools, grades K-12. This proposed law is one that many others states in […]

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What is Insolvency?

March 7, 2018 | Posted in Debt

A common question posed to bankruptcy attorneys is “what is insolvency and how is it different from bankruptcy”. While the two terms are commonly interchanged, there are some subtle differences. For those who have fallen on hard times and find that you can’t pay your bills as they arise, you are referred to as being […]

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Can One Spouse File Bankruptcy?

March 1, 2018 | Posted in Bankruptcy

Can one spouse file bankruptcy is a common question asked of bankruptcy attorneys in Dayton, OH. It is possible to for a spouse to file bankruptcy without the other, however, filing for bankruptcy is an important decision that will affect the entire family so it’s important to consult your spouse as well as a Bankruptcy […]

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