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Bankruptcy During Coronavirus – Prepare Now

Prior to the Coronavirus pandemic, it was common to hear that Americans were experiencing the best economy ever.  Overall, unemployment was near 3.5% according to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics in January of 2020.  The same source indicates that unemployment rose to 14.7% in May of 2020!  Wow! Of course, even when times were […]

Wells Fargo gets HAMMERED! Omaha Bankruptcy Attorney Update

Wells Fargo Bank violates Discharge Order in Omaha and gets nailed by Nebraska Bankruptcy Court for Sanctions Wells Fargo Bank wouldn’t just leave it alone.  Kevin and Amanda Hebner filed a bankruptcy in the United States Bankruptcy Court for the District of Nebraska on or about November 13, 2008.  During that proceeding,  the debtors’ attorney sent a letter to […]

Better Bankruptcy Exemptions proposed for Nebraska in 2014

What are bankruptcy exemptions and why are they important? Bankruptcy exemptions are extremely important to anyone thinking about filing bankruptcy with equity in their assets.  They are you financial “shield” and are what protect your stuff.  For example, can you keep your car and furniture if you file bankruptcy?  Will you be able to keep your […]

BEWARE of DIY or national bankruptcy offers on the Internet

Do it yourself bankruptcy companies sell your name and information to the highest bidder! I have been noticing recently that there are a bunch of new names on the Internet offering  a lower cost or “cheap” bankruptcy filing alternative.  One company pitches that you can get a bankruptcy filed with 3 Easy Steps.  Oh, really? […]

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 […]

Stockton, California bankruptcy filing

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 […]

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