Category Archives: Bankruptcy



If you decide to seek bankruptcy relief, you can decide to represent yourself or hire an attorney to represent you, or even hire a bankruptcy petition preparer who is not an attorney. Recently I had a consultation with a nice couple who had filed a Chapter 7 bankruptcy case several months prior to meeting me…….
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I Have an LLC; What are My Bankruptcy Options?

If you’re a small business owner who has run into financial problems and debt issues, you may have wondered about what bankruptcy can do for you. With creditors hounding you, fewer customers walking through the door and shrinking revenues, it’s easy to understand. Unfortunately, a limited liability corporation cannot file for Chapter 13 bankruptcy. So……
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What Happens If I Withhold Information from My Bankruptcy Trustee?

If you’re filing for Chapter 13 or Chapter 7 bankruptcy, you may be getting frustrated by the fact that you have to report all of your assets and potentially include them in your bankruptcy estate. Due to that fact, many people who are preparing to file for bankruptcy, or already in the process, try any……
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Life After Completing Your Chapter 13 Bankruptcy Plan

A Chapter 13 bankruptcy plan lasts a minimum of three years and a maximum of five years. If you are nearing the end of your repayment plan, you’re likely feeling a high sense of pride and relief. However, you may also be wondering about what’s next. Upon completion of a Chapter 13 plan, all of……
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Five Steps to Rebuilding Your Damaged Credit Score after Filing for Bankruptcy

If you’ve just recently filed for Chapter 13 or Chapter 7 bankruptcy or are struggling with credit card debt, looking at your credit score may be the last thing you want to do. However, credit ratings aren’t set in stone. The actions you take today will have an impact on your score tomorrow. No matter……
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