Category: Bankruptcy procedures
Facing a Collection of a Judgment
There are times when a person may be found to owe another person money. Usually one party sues […]Read More
Do I Need to File My Tax Returns Before Filing for Bankruptcy?
April 15th is the deadline to file 2013 tax returns with the IRS and your state taxing authority […]Read More
Why Is My Bankruptcy Lawyer Asking For All Of These Documents?
Lawyers don’t like paperwork. If we had a choice, we’d have a paper-free office. But in our jobs, […]Read More
What Happens If My Bankruptcy is Dismissed and I Have to Re-File?
In baseball, a batter gets three strikes, then he’s out. It doesn’t quite work that way with bankruptcy. […]Read More
Common Bankruptcy Misconceptions
As an attorney who’s been practicing in consumer bankruptcy for five years now (in Illinois and Wisconsin), it’s […]Read More
What happens if I can’t file another Chapter 7 Bankruptcy right now?
I like to offer free initial consultations because I believe it’s only fair to know what your options […]Read More
How Long Does Bankruptcy Take from Start to Finish?
Every bankruptcy can take a different amount of time, but for each chapter of bankruptcy, we can usually […]Read More
Don’t Have Two Bankruptcies Open At The Same Time!
An e-mail recently circulated from another state. It asked what might happen in a case that had just […]Read More
Why is it So Expensive to File a Bankruptcy?
Lawyers, especially bankruptcy lawyers, are very aware of what is happening with the economy and how the average […]Read More
New Means Test Numbers In Effect
You may recall some previous blog entries about the “Means Test”, the math calculation that Congress forced the […]Read More