Stockton, California is set to file a Chapter 9 bankruptcy. This may very well be a trend of the future as the recession from the 2008 financial crises continues. Although they have been relatively rare, governmental entities, such as cities, counties and towns, are able to file for a special type of bankruptcy under Chapter […]
Honestly, most people don’t know what a bankruptcy really is. What does it actually mean to “file bankruptcy?” Does the government or some other organization pay my bills for me when I file bankruptcy in Omaha or anywhere else? These are really good questions. When I graduated from Creighton Law School located in Omaha, Nebraska […]
The attorneys at John Turco Law Office are sympathetic to the plight of many Nebraskans and Iowans who could desperately utilize the fresh start of bankruptcy, yet feel stuck in limbo due to the expense to file. According to a new CNN Money article, there is a large segment of the population that will need […]
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