Tag: law


16

Jun 2011

How Does an Orlando Bankruptcy Lawyer Get Paid?

“As an Orlando bankruptcy lawyer, how do you get paid by your clients?”  This is one of the questions I get from my friends and colleagues.  Actually, some of my clients ask this as well, as you might imagine.  The question is one that I asked myself when I first began working as an Orlando bankruptcy lawyer 11 years ago. Orlando bankruptcy attorneys will accept payments in...

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15

Jun 2011

Can I File Bankruptcy by Myself, Without My Husband?

Many people who contemplate filing bankruptcy wonder “Can I file bankruptcy by myself and not involve my spouse ?”, whether that spouse is the person’s husband or wife.  Is this possible to do? The answer is Yes, it is. However, there is a second question you have to consider when making the decision to file by yourself, and to not include your husband or wife; and...

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10

Jun 2011

How Long Does Filing Bankruptcy Take?

Many people that I speak with considering filing bankruptcy will ask how long the process of filing bankruptcy takes. The answer to that question really depends on your situation and is another reason why you should meet with an experienced Orlando bankruptcy attorney to learn about how the process works and how long it will take given your particular facts. Having said that, I can...

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29

Nov 2010

Why Does My Ex-Wife Have To Be Listed in My Bankruptcy?

Recently, when meeting with one of my Orlando bankruptcy clients during the signing of his bankruptcy petition, I was asked why his ex-wife had to be included as a creditor on the Petition. The Bankruptcy Abuse Prevention and Consumer Protection Act of 2005 enhanced the rights and procedures for the benefit of domestic support obligation [DSO] creditors (my client’s ex-Wife, for example). Section 101(14A) of...

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