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Blog Posts in May, 2013

I Forgot to List One of My Creditors In My Bankruptcy Case

It is not uncommon for a client to realize that they forgot to list one of their creditors after filing for bankruptcy. You may have forgotten to list one of your creditors for a number of reasons ...
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Should I Get A Pay Day Loan to Pay for My Bills?

In an emergency situation most families do not have enough of a safety cushion in savings to pay for unexpected expenses. A large portion of American families live pay check to pay check and fall ...
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The Important Concept of "Fraudulent Transfers" Explored in a New Local Appeals Court Ruling

On April 30, 2013, the federal Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals-which hears appeals of bankruptcy court decisions throughout the greater West Coast region including California-published an opinion ( In ...
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Do I Have to List All My Debts In My Bankruptcy?

As bankruptcy lawyers we often get asked the question "Do I Have to List All My Debts In My Bankruptcy?" . Some of the reasons that people have indicated for keeping a particular credit card ...
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Why Do I Have to Pay the Bankruptcy Attorney Before He Files My Case?

In almost all client meets the question comes up "Why Do I Have to Pay the Bankruptcy Attorney Before He Files My Case?" . When you decide that you need to file for Chapter 7 bankruptcy to protect ...
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Social Security Income Not Considered in Good Faith Inquiry

A recent 9th circuit decision is an important victory for debtors in the debate of whether Social Security income needs to be considered in calculating the Chapter 13 plan payments. The decision found ...
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Saving Your Home from Foreclosure through Chapter 7 and Chapter 13 Bankruptcy

The two main consumer bankruptcy options can help prevent the foreclosure of your home. Filing a Chapter 7 case can help a little, but maybe enough. Chapter 13 can provide a great deal of help. ...
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What Are the Drawbacks of a Short Sale?

A short sale is often the only way to sell your home if you owe more on it than it's worth. But they are usually harder than you think to pull off and you have to be very careful to get the results ...
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Bankruptcy's Benefits and Limits for Stopping Child and Spousal Support Collections

The rules are clear. Chapter 7 does not help much with support obligations (other than freeing up more of your money to pay it). But Chapter 13 can help tremendously. Regular, Monthl y Supp ort ...
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