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15

Jan2019
The Constitution of the United States charges Congress with the establishment of uniform bankruptcy laws. Although the legislative branch made several efforts in the first 100 years of its existence, those measures were seen as insufficient and were consequently short-lived. By the end of the 19th century, however, ... Read More

10

Feb2016

Bankruptcy in California

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February 10, 2016
Are you someone who is tired of creditor calls? Are you covered in debt up to the brim? Well, you’re not alone. There are tens of thousands out there who are battling to sustain through economic crisis with ‘filing Bankruptcy’ as the only option left to them. That being said, Chapter 7 bankruptcy ... Read More

29

Sep2015
Your business is in financial trouble. You can’t pay your debts. How do you figure out whether bankruptcy is necessary or helpful for your situation? If you want help knowing if it’s time for you to talk to a lawyer, here are a few questions to ask ... Read More

25

Sep2015
Civil law can apply to many types of cases such as medical malpractice, personal injury and bankruptcy. These types of cases many times have things in common and have cross-over relationships. Bankruptcies usually occur because of three kinds of misfortunes, having medical problems, the loss of a job ... Read More

18

Sep2015

Bankruptcy and Civil Law

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September 18, 2015
By: Scott Jenkins September 17, 2015 Civil law codes are referred too when there are disputes between parties about contracts, real estate, family law and bankruptcy along with many other types of cases. The codification of civil law pertains to grievances between individual allowing the court system to resolve disputes by ... Read More

18

Feb2015
When you file a Chapter 7, Chapter 13, or any bankruptcy, the protection of the automatic stay kicks in. This is a code sections that causes all collection action to cease. This also causes any companies with notice to cease automatic withdrawals from your accounts. This means if you have your ... Read More

09

Feb2015
A common question that is asked in people trying to avoid bankruptcy is an inquiry about a debt consolidation loan or a signature loan or a home equity loan or some type of loan that if they just had one easy payment, the mess one go away and they could ... Read More

12

Dec2014
Last time we covered bankruptcy before the divorce. This article will focus on filing that Chapter 7 or Chapter 13 Bankruptcy after the divorce. Advantages to filing after the divorce: Advantages: Two sets of exemptions. These means each individual can protect over 31,000 of cars/assets or $75,000 of home equity. Get the divorce over ... Read More

12

Dec2014
Unfortunately, money problems can lead to a divorce. Money problems also lead to Chapter 7 and Chapter 13 Bankruptcy filings. Often times, divorce and bankruptcy are sought at the same time. It is rarely a good idea to do them both at the same time. So here are so things ... Read More

20

Oct2014
Despite the common knowledge to the contrary, it is possible to reduce or eliminate your student loan debt in a Chapter 7 or Chapter 13 Bankruptcy in Fresno. First off, to discharge these debts, you must file an adversarial proceeding. For most debts, such as credit cards or doctor ... Read More

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