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Omaha Bankruptcy Attorney uses State of the Art Technology for Chapter 13 Plans

In the beginning, Omaha bankruptcy attorneys used typewriters Not so many years ago, when George H.W. Bush was still president, most bankruptcy attorneys in Omaha used typewriters and a lot of carbon paper to prepare bankruptcy petitions.  The year was 1989 when I prepared my first bankruptcy petition.  I remember it clearly because I had […]

Get your DRIVER’S LICENSE back- Bankruptcy Attorney in Omaha explains

If you have lost your driver’s license due to an accident and didn’t have insurance, filing bankruptcy can solve the problem….Bankruptcy Attorney in Omaha explains the details: The bankruptcy discharge rules (statutes) are written so that generally EVERYTHING is wiped out or discharged UNLESS there is an exclusion specifically mentioned.  There are several exceptions to […]

Bankruptcy “Means Test”- What is it?

As a bankruptcy attorney in Omaha, I frequently get questions about the “Means Test” by people who have spent a considerable amount of time on the Internet.  I actually really enjoy these technical questions because we can jump right into the little nuances of the bankruptcy means test and how it works in the “real […]

Chapter 13 bankruptcy attorney Omaha- Does it matter which one I choose?

Yes, it does.  Read on.  Your Omaha Chapter 13 bankruptcy attorney selection makes a HUGE difference in the ultimate outcome of your case.  It takes years of actual experience in the trenches of the Chapter 13 bankruptcy world to have an understanding of what is going on.  It’s just one of those areas of law that […]

Got SUED?- Bankruptcy Attorneys in Omaha can help FAST

As bankruptcy attorneys in Omaha, Nebraska, John T. Turco & Associates, P.C., L.L.O. gets working on your case FAST.  Our team of bankruptcy attorneys and support staff  is second to none in the Omaha metropolitan area and we know how to protect you from a lawsuit, garnishment, house foreclosure, tax levy or any other type […]

Filing Chapter 13 bankruptcy in Omaha – ABSOLUTELY CRITICAL considerations when choosing an attorney

Filing a Chapter 13 bankruptcy is not only important in and of itself, it also establishes a 3 to 5 year relationship with a Chapter 13 attorney and his or her office.  This  is something to seriously consider and contemplate before making a decision as to what Omaha bankruptcy attorney to work with if you […]

Omaha Bankruptcy hearing NIGHTMARES – Choose your Lawyer carefully

Bankruptcy lawyer in Omaha reveals the truth about bankruptcy hearings gone wrong! The truth is that more than a few bankruptcy hearings in Omaha, Nebraska don’t go well for the person or couple filing bankruptcy.  But, it doesn’t have to be that way.  When honesty and a careful attention to detail are combined, you have […]

Bankruptcy Attorney Omaha – Top 5 list of Little Known Bankruptcy Facts that can HELP YOU!

There are just so many little known facts about bankruptcy that, if better known, could really help people suffering from financial problems.  I’ve compiled a quick list of topics that many of my clients were surprised to learn: 1.  Can taxes be discharged in bankruptcy? Answer:  Yes, sometimes.  The first rule is that  you can […]

What does it cost to file Bankruptcy in Omaha, NE?

For the average person or couple filing a Chapter 7, the average cost to file bankruptcy in Omaha, Nebraska is LESS than $1,500.  On the lower end, the total cost may only be around $1,100 while a moderately more involved case might be closer to $1,500 or perhaps a bit more.  These amounts only apply […]

Why do people need to file bankruptcy- Perspectives from an Omaha Bankruptcy Lawyer

Why do people need to file bankruptcy and what causes it?  Answer:  Because we need to have a future and we are human. Bankruptcy is about letting bygones be bygones and cutting your losses in order to create a more stable foundation for the future.  Whether unintentional or not, humans are not perfect and we […]

Considering Bankruptcy? Get a second opinion!

Not everyone with financial problems should file a bankruptcy.  I say this as an Omaha Bankruptcy Lawyer. The truth is that bankruptcy is not a very good option for many people.  By my  unscientific poll, based on meeting with thousands of people and having practiced Chapter 7 and Chapter 13 bankruptcy law in Omaha since […]

Filing a Chapter 13 bankruptcy will STOP a foreclosure sale

Yes, it’s true.  A Chapter 13 bankruptcy will STOP A FORECLOSURE SALE.  Chapter 13 bankruptcy is the Swiss army knife of the bankruptcy world. Although it seems kind of weird to get excited about the power of a Chapter 13 bankruptcy, when I started my career as an Omaha bankruptcy attorney in 1989, I was […]

Find a Cheap Bankruptcy Lawyer in Omaha, Nebraska

So, you want to find a Cheap Bankruptcy Lawyer in Omaha, Nebraska?  Ok, let’s talk about that. If you are like me, you’re really skeptical about advertisements, infomercials, and smooth sales pitches.  Of course, I love a good deal too and am entertained by these ads….because they are so ridiculous.  Within the last few weeks, […]

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