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Tallahassee Florida Bankruptcy Law Blog

308, 2020

Bankruptcy: What Assets Can Be Taken?

Bankruptcy: What Assets Can Be Taken? Bankruptcy is an extremely complex and lengthy process; that alone makes it a tough nut to crack for most Americans. Add crushing, overwhelming debt, gnawing anxiety, and fear into that mixture and now you have a recipe for disaster; when playing with personal and [...]

2707, 2020

Common Questions For Bankruptcy Attorneys

Common Questions For Bankruptcy Attorneys  Bankruptcy is a process with many different stigmas associated with it, while it may be the perfect opportunity and solution for some to climb out of their debt situation, these fears stop these individuals in their tracks and result in the victory of the creditors. [...]

2007, 2020

Advantages and Disadvantages of Bankruptcy

Advantages and Disadvantages of Bankruptcy Bankruptcy is a confusing process, it is shrouded in so many rumors and myths that cause  people to doubt the reliability of the process and its ability to help relieve them from their debt situation. Bankruptcy in Florida can be incredibly useful, and our law [...]

1307, 2020

Bankruptcy for COVID-19: Debt Relief

Bankruptcy for COVID-19: Debt Relief  The COVID-19 virus has changed the way that many Americans are living their lives today. There are many people sequestered in their homes that cannot go long without reading news about the impact of the virus, with so many events postponed so many Americans unable [...]

907, 2020

Boss Oyster, River Inn, Caroline’s Plucked Out of Bankruptcy

Boss Oyster, River Inn, Caroline’s Plucked Out of Bankruptcy A year long struggle just got the happy ending it deserved. After going through a year long chapter 11 bankruptcy process over seen by Bruner Wright P.A., Larry and Caroline Maddren, owners of popular Apalachicola landmarks Boss Oyster, Apalachicola River Inn, [...]

607, 2020

What to Do if You Have No Money to File For Bankruptcy

What to Do if You Have No Money to File For Bankruptcy You may be surprised to know that many people filing for bankruptcy are shocked to realize that the process is not free. If somebody is struggling financially, it may seem unreasonable to ask them to pay for a [...]

2906, 2020

Debt Collector Threats

Debt Collector Threats Have you started to fall behind on your obligations for debts? Are you starting to get regular calls from debt collectors and ongoing letters threatening to take your wages? Unless you’re able to find a way to pay off your debt these are ongoing concerns that you [...]

2206, 2020

4 Reasons Not to Delay Your Bankruptcy Filing

4 Reasons Not to Delay Your Bankruptcy Filing People across the United States find themselves struggling with debt and living under constant stress with their finances. A common truth among many debtors is that they often wait too long before they file for bankruptcy and they could have experienced a [...]

1506, 2020

Income Limits for Chapter 7 Bankruptcies

Income Limits for Chapter 7 Bankruptcies Consumers who face difficulty with repaying their debts ultimately have a few choices when it comes to filing for bankruptcy. Two types, Chapter 7 and Chapter 13 are widely available for consumer debt.  Chapter 7 makes it possible to eliminate some of these unsecured [...]

806, 2020

Bankruptcy And Refinancing

Bankruptcy And Refinancing When you file for bankruptcy, you are going to be making payments on your home and other debts, you may wonder how you can continue to comfortably make these payments to stick with your bankruptcy plan. For many individuals that are undergoing a chapter 13 bankruptcy, refinancing [...]

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