It’s almost never too late for Bankruptcy to stop a Judgment or Garnishment I am often asked questions about whether or not it is too late to file bankruptcy to wipe out a judgment or garnishment. Common questions include: Will a bankruptcy wipe out a judgment? Is it too late to file bankruptcy if I […]
With today’s economy and a vast number of people hurting financially, the search for a “cheap bankruptcy attorney” is on the rise. Although Omaha and the metro area missed a lot of the early months of the great recession, it has finally caught up to Nebraska and Iowa. Understandably, people needing to file bankruptcy are […]
Collection lawsuits are rampant in Omaha, Nebraska As of March 5, 2013, over 4,700 lawsuits have been filed in the County Court of Douglas County, Nebraska for 2013 alone! That averages out to be 104.4 new lawsuits every business day. And, that’s just in Douglas County. In Sarpy County, Nebraska , approximately 981 new lawsuits were […]
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