- Automatic Stay
- Bankruptcy filing
- Bankruptcy General
- Chapter 13 Bankruptcy
- Chapter 7 Bankruptcy
- Collection Harassment
- Discharge of Debt
- Homestead exemption
- Judgement Liens
- Means Test
- Medical Bills and Bankruptcy
- Protected Assets
- Reaffirmation Agreements
- Redeeming Property
- Secured Property
- Settlements and claims
- Student Loans
- Surrendering Property
Monthly Archives: April 2012
What Property Will I Lose in Bankruptcy?
By St. Louis Bankruptcy Attorney Tobias Licker Bankruptcy will wipe out your debt such as credit card and medical debt. If you find yourself in a situation where you are under a mountain of debt, filing for bankruptcy will provide … Continue reading
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Is It Dishonest for a Christian to Declare Bankruptcy?
After listening to the debtor’s Christian answering machine message, the collector left an indignant message demanding to know how a self-proclaimed Christian could steal from his creditor by not paying his bills on time. For many people, bankruptcy is a … Continue reading
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Help! The IRS Froze My Bank Account!
You knew you owed back taxes and penalties. But you couldn’t afford to pay them. So you hoped that you could get things figured out before a bad situation turned into a crisis. But now you’re sitting at the gas … Continue reading
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What Is an Automatic Stay?
Filing for bankruptcy can offer a temporary respite from collection efforts even if you let your bankruptcy case get dismissed at some point later on. As soon as you file your bankruptcy petition, the automatic stay goes into effect. An … Continue reading
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