Avoid Student Loan in Bankruptcy if no Educational Benefit
Posted on Dec 28, 2016 in Student Loans
Hope for Student Loan Debt Did you get a student loan? Did your school let you down? Some […]Read More
I want to file for bankruptcy. Can I sell my tools, jewelry, or car with a lien on it beforehand?
Posted on Oct 27, 2014 in Bankruptcy
A lien gives your creditor to repossess and sell your property if you don’t pay. A mortgage creates […]Read More
I inherited an IRA from a family member, can I protect it in bankruptcy?
Posted on Jun 30, 2014 in Bankruptcy Information
Starting an Individual Retirement Account, or IRA, is pretty easy. You can call a financial adviser, or even do […]Read More
Should I Take Money Out Of My Retirement Account to Pay My Creditors?
The answer, as always, is “It depends”. Take two recent examples we’ve seen. The first person is a […]Read More
I Have a Voluntary Wage Assignment. What Can I Do?
Posted on Jun 11, 2014 in Bankruptcy
Your creditors can’t simply take money out of your paycheck just because they feel like it. They need […]Read More
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
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
Payment Plan for Chapter 13
Posted on May 15, 2014 in Chapter 13
The first thing someone researching chapter 13 learns is that, fundamentally, it’s a payment plan. Someone seeking chapter […]Read More
Who Can File Chapter 13?
Typically, individuals who file bankruptcy have a choice between filing a chapter 7 “liquidation” and a chapter 13 […]Read More
Free Lance-Star and Fisker Automotive: Development of the ‘For Cause’ Exception to Credit Bidding
On April 14, 2014, the Bankruptcy Court for the Eastern District of Virginia issued an opinion limiting the […]Read More