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Practical Bankruptcy: The Easiest Way to Qualify for Chapter 7 Is to Avoid the Consumer “Means Test” Altogether

Skip the "means test" if your debts are not primarily consumer debts.
By |February 27th, 2015|Uncategorized|Comments Off on Practical Bankruptcy: The Easiest Way to Qualify for Chapter 7 Is to Avoid the Consumer “Means Test” Altogether

Bye-Bye Taxes? Conditions to Meet for Getting Rid of Your Income Tax through Chapter 7

Here are the other three hurdles your tax debt has to jump over to be forever written of in bankruptcy
By |August 24th, 2013|Uncategorized|Comments Off on Bye-Bye Taxes? Conditions to Meet for Getting Rid of Your Income Tax through Chapter 7

Beware: Home Prices Really Are Rebounding

Home prices are definitely heading up, but they have done so a number of times in the last few years only to turn back down.
By |August 18th, 2013|Uncategorized|Comments Off on Beware: Home Prices Really Are Rebounding

The Dilemna….Are Paying Debts a Moral Obligation?

Yes, you have a moral obligation to pay your debts. But do you have higher moral obligations to release yourself from those debts?
By |July 29th, 2013|Uncategorized|Comments Off on The Dilemna….Are Paying Debts a Moral Obligation?

Real Modification Possibilities Here? FHFA establishes New Guidelines

 

One of the primary reasons clients come in to see me is because […]

By |July 8th, 2013|Uncategorized|Comments Off on Real Modification Possibilities Here? FHFA establishes New Guidelines

Uncle Sam’s After You? Chapter 7 Bankruptcy Helps You SETTLE Your Income Tax Debt

Even if a straight bankruptcy would leave you owing some or all your income taxes, it may position you well to settle those taxes with an Offer in Compromise.
By |April 15th, 2013|Uncategorized|Comments Off on Uncle Sam’s After You? Chapter 7 Bankruptcy Helps You SETTLE Your Income Tax Debt

Please Protect my Home Sweet Home! Chapter 7 and Chapter 13

Bankruptcy protects your home. Both Chapter 7 and 13 do so, but which is better for you?
By |April 10th, 2013|Uncategorized|Comments Off on Please Protect my Home Sweet Home! Chapter 7 and Chapter 13

Think About it: If You Filed Bankruptcy Just Before the 2005 “Reform,” When Exactly Can You File Again?

You can file a new case 8 years after filing before (so, now or very soon), or possibly only 6 or 4 or 2 years after, or maybe even with no delay.
By |April 6th, 2013|Uncategorized|Comments Off on Think About it: If You Filed Bankruptcy Just Before the 2005 “Reform,” When Exactly Can You File Again?

Times Flies! If You Filed Bankruptcy Just Before the 2005 “Reform,” You Now Can, or Likely Soon Will Be Able to, File Again

After filing bankruptcy, you hope you never have to do that again. But it's good to know that you can if you need to.
By |April 3rd, 2013|Uncategorized|Comments Off on Times Flies! If You Filed Bankruptcy Just Before the 2005 “Reform,” You Now Can, or Likely Soon Will Be Able to, File Again

Post Bankruptcy Payments? Paying Your Special Creditor After Filing Bankruptcy

If you file bankruptcy, it's okay to voluntarily repay any debt. But there can be unexpected consequences.
By |March 21st, 2013|Uncategorized|Comments Off on Post Bankruptcy Payments? Paying Your Special Creditor After Filing Bankruptcy