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
Chapter 13 Bankruptcy can save your house from an Illinois Tax Deed or an Illinois Tax Sale
So many of our bankruptcy clients fear losing their house to mortgage foreclosure. We have done a good […]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
What is the Rooker-Feldman Doctrine and How Does it Apply to Bankruptcy?
Most rulings come from state courts, not from federal courts. State courts hear all sorts of claims, from […]Read More
Late Filed Claims in Chapter 13 – What Happens to Them?
Suppose you file a Chapter 13 Bankruptcy and list all of the creditors you can think of. All […]Read More
Upcoming CLE Event, Advanced Asset Protection Planning
I am pleased to announce the upcoming CLE event, Advanced Asset Protection Planning produced by the Illinois Institute […]Read More
Updates on the ResCap/GMAC Mortgage Chapter 11 Bankruptcy Filing
When Residential Capital LLC (or “ResCap”) filed for Chapter 11 Bankruptcy relief a few months ago, it left […]Read More
A Follow-Up on Legal Helpers Debt Resolution – More Problems For the Company?
Every state has a regulatory body that oversees regulation and registration for lawyers. For Illinois, that body is […]Read More
Will Health Care Reform Mean Fewer Bankruptcy Filings?
As you probably heard, last Thursday the Supreme Court ruled on the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act, […]Read More