Tag: Tamarac Bankruptcy

Criminal Charges for Fraudulent Couple Who Filed Bankruptcy

Read about the criminal charges of a couple from Palm Beach. Although bankruptcy is an uncomfortable process to go through, has given many people a fresh at finances. One of the key points in being given financial freedom is that you must be completely honest during the bankruptcy process. In fact, one couple in Palm

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Southwest Florida Bankruptcy Filings have Lowered Tremendously

A couple of years after the recession, the rate of consumers and businesses filing for bankruptcy have dropped. They have dropped approximately 50 percent in Southwest Florida. Nearly 2,600 companies and residents in Charlotte, Manatee, and Sarasota counties solicited bankruptcy attorneys to defend them against creditors in the last year; this is about half of

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Southwest Florida Bankruptcy Filings Down Substantially

A few years after the peak of the recession, the rate of consumers and businesses filing for bankruptcy have dropped. Bankruptcy filings have dropped approximately 50 percent in Southwest Florida. Nearly 2,600 companies and residents in Charlotte, Manatee, and Sarasota counties solicited bankruptcy attorneys to defend them against creditors in the last year; this is

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Do's and Don'ts of Bankruptcy

Read everything you need to know about Do's and Don'ts of Bankruptcy. DO: Be honest about all of your assets. Even if you think there is a chance that you might lose it, there are probably other ways in which your attorney can prevent that. Or, you may need to come to terms with that

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What is Chapter 7 Bankruptcy?

A Chapter 7 bankruptcy comes from the 7th chapter of the bankruptcy code. It is also known as the “liquidation” bankruptcy. This is because the Trustee has to liquidate, or sell, all non-exempt property in order to repay your creditors. The majority of individuals who file for Chapter 7 bankruptcy get the keep their property.

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What is Chapter 13 Bankruptcy?

Read the explanation of Chapter 13 Bankruptcy. If your debts are getting out of your control but your income is still more than the median of the state and you have been living in the same state for the past two years, you can still file for bankruptcy. A Chapter 13 bankruptcy was put in

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Bankruptcy Letter Question from a Visitor

Q: What does a "Notice of Chapter 7 Bankruptcy Case, Meeting of Creditors, & Deadlines" letter mean? The letter says I may be a creditor of the debtor and may need legal advice. Can someone explain this to me? Might be because the debtor owes me child support. Not sure what I need to do

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Why was my Foreclosure Case Scheduled for Non-Jury Trial?!

A large number of people are getting a non-jury trial order from the court. If you are among the thousands of South Florida borrowers in Foreclosure that have recently received an order from the court scheduling a non-jury trial, your time and options are definite. South Florida courts have enacted new rules and procedures to

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Hospital Collections Question from a Visitor

Q: My wife and I received a summons concerning a hospital debt of $722.00 started by a collection agency. What can we do? A: What you can do is contact the agency or agency's attorney. You can see if they are willing to settle the hospital debt for less than what you owe. Without knowing

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Bankruptcy & Marriage Question from a Visitor

Q: Will Marriage have a bad effect on Bankruptcy? My girlfriend wants to file for bankruptcy, because of the debt for house and credit. I wonder if we should wait for her discharge? Then we marry? A: You should wait for marriage until after her bankruptcy meeting of creditors. If you marry before filing, the

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