What is so critical about Bankruptcy in Omaha? I can’t help it. I can’t stand sloppy workmanship and being told less than the whole truth. And, I really dislike it when people aren’t nice, polite, kind and helpful to others, regardless of their position in life and their viewpoints. What does this have to do […]
Life goes on after Bankruptcy. Observations from an Omaha Bankruptcy Attorney Probably the most satisfying part of my job as an Omaha bankruptcy attorney is seeing the stress, anxiety and overall sense of gloom and doom lifted from my clients’ lives. Yes, it really will be OK! How do I know? Because I have witnessed […]
The WILDCARD exemption in Nebraska bankruptcy cases Nebraska law provides a wildcard exemption for any personal property except wages. Personal property is generally defined as anything that is not real estate or wages. In Nebraska, each debtor in bankruptcy receives a $2,500 wildcard exemption that may be used to protect any personal property. The […]
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