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Chapter 7 Bankruptcy

Growing Old Gracefully With The Help Of The Bankruptcy Court

You don’t want to get old, do you?  And if you are old then you don’t want to get older, right?  Thankfully, if you’re filing Chapter 7 bankruptcy then you don’t need to worry about the process of aging being more difficult than it already is. That’s because you don’t probably don’t need to worry

Why Making Too Much Money May Not Keep You From Chapter 7 Bankruptcy

She was over her head in debt, drowning in collection calls and the threat of lawsuits. The problem, she’d been told by another lawyer, was that she made too much money to qualify for Chapter 7 bankruptcy.  He hadn’t done any calculations to make that determination, dismissing her after hearing her gross income. That wasn’t

By |March 5th, 2012|

Why Your Estranged Spouse Can Keep You Out Of Chapter 7

The marriage didn’t work out, so you got separated. It happens, right? Not a fun thing but, “til death do us part,” often doesn’t hold true. Financially, you did what you had to do. There was an agreement for alimony and child support, and the payments are going as intended. Still, those debts are piling

By |March 2nd, 2012|

Chapter 7 Bankruptcy After Denial of Discharge

Chapter 7 bankruptcy is rife with pitfalls, and there are a number of ways to get your discharge denied.  But what happens if you need to file after the denial, and are ready to play by the rules of Chapter 7 this time around? First, we need to talk about denial of discharge in Chapter

By |March 2nd, 2010|