Chapter 13 Bankruptcy


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Jan 2017

The Impact of Social Media on Your Bankruptcy Case

The most important thing to remember if you plan to file for bankruptcy is don’t hide any assets. Even an honest mistake can delay or compromise your bankruptcy case. An experienced Orlando bankruptcy lawyer can help make sure you make all necessary disclosures to the court wherein you do not end up inadvertently hiding anything the law considers to be of value. After you file...

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14

Dec 2016

What Property Do I Give Up in a Chapter 7 Bankruptcy?

In a Chapter 7 bankruptcy, a debtor’s assets must be turned over to a court-appointed trustee. Certain assets are exempt under Florida law, including up to $1,000 of equity in a motor vehicle and a $4,000 “wildcard” exemption that may be used for any property if the debtor does not claim a homestead exemption for their residence. An experienced Orlando bankruptcy lawyer can advise you...

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06

Jul 2011

Short Sale? Debt Consolidation? Just File Bankruptcy Already!

Short Sale.  Debt Consolidation.  Many times the decision to file bankruptcy is the better option. I just got off the phone with a client who retained my services 2 years ago to file a Chapter 13 bankruptcy.  They never actually filed.  Now, they have an offer on a short sale and have hired a debt consolidation company. He and his Wife make a good income (just...

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05

Jul 2011

Filing Bankruptcy? Don’t Let Facebook Get You in Trouble!

I spent some of my July 4th weekend reading other bankruptcy blogs.  I know, exciting, right? One post I found very interesting, was on Jonathan Ginsberg‘s blog and dealt with how Facebook is changing the practice of law.  Jonathan is an Atlanta bankruptcy lawyer. In previous posts I have explained the requirement that a debtor must disclose all of his or her assets in the...

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