Monthly Archives: April 2009

My bank took all the money in my account! Can they do that? Chapter 11 can help.

Posted on Apr 29, 2009 in Bankruptcy, Business Bankruptcy, Chapter 11

Banks have the right to set off money in your accounts against your debts to the bank. Chapter 11 is your strongest response to such an action.

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What is projected monthly income? How much must I pay in chapter 13?

Posted on Apr 26, 2009 in BAPCPA, Chapter 13

What is projected monthly income? And why do we care? It tells us your monthly payment in a chapter 13 case.

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Can I get rid of my student loan in bankruptcy?

Posted on Apr 10, 2009 in Uncategorized

The simple answer is that you can’t get rid of a student loan in bankruptcy unless paying the student loan is an “undue hardship.”

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How do I contact my mortgage company to get a loan modification agreement?

Posted on Apr 7, 2009 in Foreclosure - Saving Your Home, Mortgage Modifications, Uncategorized

It’s not easy to contact a mortgage servicer. But first, you have to find them. Here’s a handy list of phone numbers. Hopefully, this will help you on your way. Let us know if you have changes or updates.

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Servicemembers from Chicago, Lake County and Wisconsin: Rely on Lakelaw

Posted on Apr 4, 2009 in Exemptions, Uncategorized

If you are on active duty and came anywhere from the Chicago metropolitan area or Southeast Wisconsin – call on Lakelaw. We support our troops. We’ve got your back.

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