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Don't Go Into Debt With Your School Supply Shopping!
It's that time of year again, time to go back to school!
Either your kids are going back or you are, (maybe even both!) but one thing is
3 Things You Should Not Do If You Are Considering Bankruptcy
Bankruptcy law frowns upon certain actions taken by the
individuals filing within a period of time before the bankruptcy filing. Bankruptcy...
Surprise! The Creditor Took My Money
Garnishment can be a nightmare. Without much warning, you
can wake up to find your account overdrawn or part of your wages missing from
NEW FEDERAL MODIFICATION PROGRAM!
What comes after HAMP?...
What happens to your tax refund in a bankruptcy?
It's tax season again!
Most individuals usually plan what they're going to do with their refund
long before it hits their bank account....
What Happens to Residential Leases in Bankruptcy
People who file bankruptcy want
to know what happens to their residential lease when they file their bankruptcy
case. Folks want to know i...
New Miami Bankruptcy Document Procedure
Last week we wrote about the new forms and changes to the bankruptcy law. The federal courts are always trying to create bankruptcy forms, rules a...
New Bankruptcy Forms Required for Individuals Considering Filing
Every so often changes are made to the Federal Rules of Bankruptcy Procedure, Forms and Guidelines. These changes are made based on recommendati...
Supreme Court Ruling on Bankruptcy
A recent US Supreme Court decision in Harris
v. Viegelahn addresses a bankruptcy issue faced by many who convert
their cases from a Cha...
Adversary Proceedings in Florida Bankruptcy Cases
In consumer bankruptcy filings, sometimes individuals and
companies are faced with an adversary proceeding within their filed bankruptcy case.