Monthly Archives: March 2009
What is a reaffirmation agreement?
Reaffirmation means that you intend to continue paying the secured debt just as before. More importantly, it means that you agree to be liable on the debt personally, just as you were before the bankruptcy.Read More
I’m a Senior Considering Bankruptcy – Can you help me?
Bankruptcy is increasing among seniors more than any other age group. Bankruptcy has increased by 400% for for seniors ages 75 to 84. Lakelaw has seen even more senior citizens facing bankruptcy in the past few years.Read More
My business is bankrupt. Do I need to file a personal bankruptcy?
“Do I have to file a personal bankruptcy if my business is bankrupt?” All too frequently, the answer is yes.Read More
Should I file Chapter 11 for my business?
Chapter 11 is one way to restructure a business. There are many alternatives to chapter 11.Read More
Bankruptcy Translated into Many Languages
Posted on Mar 28, 2009 in Bankruptcy
Here’s how to say bankruptcy in many languages. Many more to come. At Lakelaw, we strive to understand you no matter what language you speak – even English.Read More
Personal Financial Management Instructional Course – A Big Bankruptcy Trap
If you file a bankruptcy case, be sure to take the financial management course. Otherwise your bankruptcy case will be closed and you won’t get a discharge.Read More
Can bankruptcy help me with my student loans?
Student loans are difficult to address in bankruptcy. However, bankruptcy can help people address student loans.Read More
Posted on Mar 24, 2009 in Bankruptcy
Dear Readers – Today, we start an interactive project here at Lakeblawg. I will be adding bankruptcy terms every day. You tell me what term you would like me to explain and I’ll do so the very next day. Let’s talk with each other!Read More
Lakelaw Wisconsin and Legal Aid Society of Milwaukee have joined forces to help Wisconsin homeowners.
Lakelaw has joined forces with Legal Aid Society of Milwaukee to help Wisconsin homeowners fight foreclosure.Read More
Do I have to list my mom’s property when I’m on the title? Avoid joint titling to protect against creditors
Posted on Mar 22, 2009 in Uncategorized
My client says he is jointly titled to his mother’s condo in Florida in case she dies. Now […]Read More