• Bankruptcy

    It’s not the most pleasant word in the dictionary, and you certainly would like to avoid it. But bankruptcy serves a useful purpose for society and could, possibly, for you! Read More>>

    • Chapter 7 Bankruptcy

    Chapter 7 is often called a “straight” bankruptcy. A chapter 7 case begins with the filing of a petition with the bankruptcy court. A husband and wife may file a joint petition or they may file individual petitions. If only one spouse owes money, the other does not have to file bankruptcy. Read More>>

    • Chapter 13 Bankruptcy

    Chapter 13 is often called a "wage earner" plan, although it is available to any individual who has regular income from any source, not just wages. So, for example, social security payments or self-employment income will count. Chapter 13 is most often used to save property from foreclosure. So, if your mortgage company has started a foreclosure, we can usually come up with a plan to make the regular mortgage payments which come due after you file and make “catch up” payments during the plan. Read More>>

    • Chapter 11 Bankruptcy

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    • Business Bankruptcy

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    • Bankruptcy Litigation

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