Bankruptcy exemptions are designed to PROTECT your assets One of the most fundamental tasks that an Omaha bankruptcy attorney must quickly and effectively determine is what assets of his or her client are safe and protected if a bankruptcy is filed and which are not, if any. If you don’t get that analysis right, there […]
What is a business bankruptcy? A business bankruptcy is a topic frequently misunderstood. Sometimes, a CORPORATE bankruptcy filing is what is meant. In other words, the corporation itself files bankruptcy, not the individuals that own the corporation. Corporations may generally file a Chapter 7 bankruptcy (to completely go out of business) or a Chapter 11 bankruptcy (to […]
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