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Blog Posts in 2016

Stop an Eviction in California through Bankruptcy

Filing a bankruptcy stops the eviction process in California, but only if it hasn't gone too far. The topic of today's blog post is how far is too far. A very recent appeals court ruling in a ...
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Bankruptcy Solutions for Getting Back Your Repossessed Vehicle

My last blog post detailed two ways under California law that you can get your vehicle back AFTER it's been repossessed. One involves "reinstatement" of the loan—catching up on the ...
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Can I Get My Repossessed Vehicle Back in California?

CAN I GET BACK MY VEHICLE UNDER CALIFORNIA LAW WITHOUT BANKRUPTCY? Possibly. Here's what happens after the repossession. Although there is no required prior notice of repossession, after the ...
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Can Bankruptcy Stop the Repossession of My Vehicle?

DOES BANKRUPTCY STOP VEHICLE REPOSSESSION? Certainly. The "automatic stay" is the name of the federal law that stops virtually all collection actions by creditors against you. It also ...
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When Can I Use California's Property Exemptions If I've Moved Here?

My last blog asked how long you need to live in California before being able to file bankruptcy here. In general you must live here for at least 91 days. I ended that blog post saying that ...
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Social Security Act Benefits Exclusion is Broadened by the 9th Circuit BAP

THE ROLE OF "CURRENT MONTHLY INCOME" IN CHAPTER 13 Whether or not a particular source of a debtor's incoming funds is considered part of his or her "current monthly income" can ...
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Where Should My Bankruptcy Case Be Filed?

This is one of those questions that has a very easy answer, for most people. But then can get more complicated for others. I'll start by making clear that this blog post is about people filing ...
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Timing Issues for Passing the Means Test

WHAT'S THE MEANS TEST? The means test determines whether or not you qualify for Chapter 7 "straight bankruptcy." Those who don't pass the test are considered in the eyes of the law ...
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The Risks of Using a Paralegal to File for Bankruptcy

DO I NEED LEGAL ADVICE WHEN DECIDING TO FILE BANKRUPTCY? The decision whether or not to file bankruptcy is your first step towards your entire financial future. You need to know the consequences one ...
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Debts Caused By Driving Under the Influence

CAN I WRITE OFF CLAIMS AGAINST ME FROM A VEHICLE ACCIDENT? When you think of debts to be written off through bankruptcy, you likely think of credit cards, medical bills, vehicle loans, and ...
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Recent Credit Card Charges and Cash Advances in Bankruptcy

Most debts are discharged—legally, permanently written off—if you file a consumer bankruptcy case. But there are some exceptions. In today's blog post I address one kind of debt that ...
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