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
Can I file for chapter 7 if I can no longer make my payments under a chapter 13 plan?
We filed a chapter 13 bankruptcy case for a couple we’ll call Larry and Laura. This allowed them […]Read More
Help, a creditor took money from my bank account after I filed for bankruptcy!
Sam and Sally were victims of payday loans in Wisconsin. The payday lenders were sucking large sums of […]Read More
Milwaukee Bankruptcy Attorneys Break Down Chapter 128, Wisconsin’s Unique Law
Ask a businessman or attorney outside of Wisconsin about Chapter 128. They will probably shake their head or […]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
Get Your Schedules Filed On Time
When a bankruptcy is filed, any schedules and statements that aren’t filed with the basic paperwork are due within […]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
Espinosa strikes again
A few years ago, the US Supreme Court decided a case called United Student Aid Funds, Inc. v. Espinosa. […]Read More
Bankruptcy and Foreclosures in Wisconsin
“After losing the standing argument in state court, it is beyond frivolous for the Debtors to file bankruptcy, […]Read More
New Bankruptcy Decision Sheds Light on Ordinary Course Defense to Preferences
A recent decision in the Eastern District of Wisconsin educates us on the old – preferences – and […]Read More