Can I Stop a Citation to Discover Assets By Filing For Bankruptcy?
Courts in all states have procedures set to allow creditors to get judgments against the debtors who owe […]Read More
Use Illinois Exemptions to Protect Against Judgments and Citations to Discover Assets in Illinois
Posted on Feb 17, 2014 in Exemptions
Our client needs to file for bankruptcy but can’t file her case until August. Why? She wants to […]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
Are EdVest accounts exempt in bankruptcy in Wisconsin?
EdVest accounts are 529 College Savings Plans offered in Wisconsin. These accounts, like any other account, are considered […]Read More
Why It Is Critical to Read Your Mortgage Documents
When a mortgage is given on a property and the lender files the normal paperwork with the county […]Read More
If I File For Bankruptcy Relief, Can Creditors Take My Property?
The short answer: technically yes, but creditors almost never do. Most of our clients leave bankruptcy with everything they […]Read More
You can file your bankruptcy in Wisconsin even if you just moved here
You can file your bankruptcy case in Wisconsin even if you are relatively new to the State.Read More
Keep more property when filing bankruptcy in Wisconsin
You can keep exempt property in a chapter 7 bankruptcy case. Thanks to a new Wisconsin law going […]Read More
Servicemembers from Chicago, Lake County and Wisconsin: Rely on Lakelaw
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.Read More
Personal Injury Claims must be disclosed in bankruptcy filings
If you file a bankruptcy case, you must list all of your assets. This includes lawsuits for personal injury claims. It also includes personal injury claims even if you have not yet filed a lawsuit.Read More