What Happens If a Creditor Attempts to Collect on a Debt that Has Been Discharged?

What Are Your Options If a Creditor Attempts to Collect on a Debt That Has Been Discharged? If you successfully make it through the Chapter 7 bankruptcy process, the bankruptcy court will issue an order discharging certain debts in exchange for the sale of some of your property. A discharge means that you no longer have any legal obligation to … [Read more...]

What Is a Chapter 13 “Super Discharge”?

Permanently Eliminating Debt Through Chapter 13 Reorganization It's a common misperception that if you want to discharge debt, you have to file a Chapter 7 bankruptcy petition. Unfortunately, with the means test that's required to qualify for Chapter 7, many people incorrectly believe they can't discharge debt in bankruptcy. The reality—Chapter 13 … [Read more...]

When a Creditor Tries to Collect on a Debt that Has Been Discharged

Your Rights When a Creditor Ignores a Bankruptcy Order When you successfully file a Chapter 7 bankruptcy petition, you'll be able to permanently absolve yourself from financial responsibility for any debts included in the filing. But what happens if you've completed a personal bankruptcy filing, the court has entered a discharge order and a … [Read more...]

Happy Holidays from Law Office of Carrie Weir

During this season of giving we reflect with gratitude on the trust and confidence you have placed in us. We are thankful for the chance to work with you, and we look forward to working with you in the new year. … [Read more...]

Can You Use Bankruptcy to Avoid Foreclosure?

When you're struggling to meet your financial obligations, one of the first debts that can get away from you is your mortgage. Unfortunately, it won't take long before you find yourself involved in foreclosure proceedings. Perhaps there's light at the end of the tunnel—you can see that your financial situation will improve dramatically in the near … [Read more...]

Filing for Protection under Chapter 12 of the Bankruptcy Laws The Special Provisions for Family Farmers

Most individuals who seek bankruptcy protection must file under Chapter 7 or Chapter 13. Chapter 7 allows you to permanently discharge debts in exchange for the sale of certain property. With a Chapter 13 filing, you can set up new payment arrangements with your creditors, satisfying your debts over a three-to-five year period. However, if you're a … [Read more...]

Should You File a Personal or a Business Bankruptcy Petition?

Choosing the Right Filing When your business is experiencing financial difficulties, it's almost certain to have a detrimental impact on your personal finances as well. If you don't have the business resources to properly compensate yourself, you can easily fall behind on your mortgage, car payments or other obligations. The bankruptcy laws were … [Read more...]

Bankruptcy and Retirement Assets

Can Your Retirement Assets Be Available to Creditors in a Bankruptcy Proceeding? It's no secret that medical expenses are one of the primary causes of personal bankruptcy filings in the United States. Unfortunately, as you age, your risk of health problems and substantial medical bills increases significantly. You may be edging in on retirement, … [Read more...]

Happy Thanksgiving

Thanksgiving asks us to count our blessings. In that tally, we include not only our families and friends, but the relationships of trust and support that we have built with our clients. We appreciate the confidence you have placed in us, and we will continue to work hard to deserve that confidence. We hope that this holiday offers you the chance … [Read more...]

Bankruptcy and Inheritance

The bankruptcy laws are in place to give individuals an opportunity to start over again, allowing you to either discharge debts permanently or restructure your obligations with creditors. You may wonder, though, what happens after the bankruptcy is over. Suppose you file for protection, eliminate certain debts and then receive notice some months … [Read more...]

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Consumer Bankruptcy

Can I keep my car? Will bankruptcy stop a foreclosure? Will I ever be debt-free again? How will I ever pay these medical bills?

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Chapter 7 Bankruptcy

If you want to stop creditor harassment, eliminate repossession debt, stop garnishments and keep your house, and car, a Chapter 7 bankruptcy could help.

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Chapter 13 Bankruptcy

Are you in jeopardy of losing your house? Are you making good money but everyone is asking for payment right now? Do you want or need to stop collections?

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