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5 Things Everyone Should Know Before Considering Ch. 7 Bankruptcy

Sometimes bankruptcy is a good decision. Sometimes it is not going to help you at all. Most of the time when a person thinks of bankruptcy they think of a Chapter 7 bankruptcy. This is, in a nutshell, when a trustee will essentially take a person’s assets (if any) and use the proceeds (if any) to pay off the […]

A Zero ($0) Down Chapter 7 bankruptcy is Unethical & Illegal

There is no such thing as a “legal” ZERO ($0) down Chapter 7 bankruptcy BEWARE consumers!  While the economy is in very tough shape and the need to financially protect yourself has never been greater, the truth remains that “Zero Down” Chapter 7 cases are unethical and illegal.  While the vast majority of bankruptcy attorneys […]

Tax refunds and bankruptcy | A busy time of the year

Tax day Now that the holidays are over there isn’t much to look forward to between now and the summer months.  Sure, there’s Valentine’s Day (welcome back, House of Cards), St. Patrick’s Day (green beer!), and don’t forget to mark your calendars for March 1st, National Pig Day. But don’t overlook the importance of TAX […]

Why Ignoring your Debts Will Only Make it Worse

Ignoring unpaid bills often make the problems multiply Taking action is hard.  Sometimes, simply ignoring the growing pile of bills or avoiding the endless phone calls seems easier than facing what might be inside the envelope or who might be on the other end of the phone line.  But, merely ignoring debt problems won’t make […]

Business Bankruptcy | Bankruptcy Lawyer in Omaha explains the options

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 […]

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 […]

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