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Exemptions in Bankruptcy

Call: 888-297-6203 Bankruptcy is a legal way to get rid of huge amounts of debts that have been bogging you down. Since the purpose of the procedure is to provide the filer with a fresh economic start, certain exemptions are given by the state and federal government. As per Dallas based bankruptcy law firm Recovery Law Group, these exemptions include home, vehicle, personal belongings, retirement plans, tools of the trade, etc. The unsecured creditors cannot stake a claim on this exempted property. The amount of exemption varies from state to state. These exemptions allow a bankruptcy filer some [...]

2019-09-19T12:27:04+00:00

What to Expect After Bankruptcy Discharge?

Bankruptcy is an excellent way to get rid of huge debts which make you live between pay cheques. If you are struggling with paying your bills and making ends meet, you should consult expert bankruptcy lawyers at 888-297-6023 to find viable methods of getting a fresh financial start. According to Dallas based bankruptcy law firm https://bankruptcy.recoverylawgroup.com/, bankruptcy through Chapter 7 or Chapter 13 bankruptcy is an excellent way to not only get your debts discharged but also get some peace of mind. With bankruptcy filing, you can put a hold to collector actions and end up getting rid [...]

2019-08-16T12:51:30+00:00

Can Bankruptcy Discharge be Denied in California?

Bankruptcy is designed to help people get financial relief from debts. Consumer bankruptcy results in a discharge wherein a federal court order eliminates debts and wipes the slate clean of the bankruptcy filer. Though used effectively by numerous people every year, Los Angeles based bankruptcy law firm https://bankruptcy.recoverylawgroup.com/, clarify that discharge can be denied to people if there has been any incidence of fraud or mismanagement of property. Any attempt to hide or transfer property to defraud your creditors is not looked upon kindly by the courts and your bankruptcy discharge can be denied on this basis. What [...]

2019-07-12T12:38:03+00:00

Rejection of Bankruptcy by the Supreme Court

It is interesting to note that one of the appeals related to a Chapter 13 bankruptcy has been rejected by the Supreme Court. This instills a sense of doubt among debtors regarding the case and why the rejection was approved by the court. Let’s understand the case in detail: The debtor associated with the case had filed for personal bankruptcy under Chapter 13. As per the norms of this Chapter, he had proposed a repayment plan which he eventually modified for several times in a span of two years. The final proposal that the debtor submitted indicated that [...]

2019-06-21T11:29:49+00:00

Motions to Dismiss Denied in FDCPA/FCRA Case

Recently, the Eastern Division of the U.S. District Court Northern District of Illinois passed a judgment by denying all the attempts made by the defendant to dismiss the counts against them. In this FDCPA/FCRA case, the accused –Bayview Loan Servicing, LLC has failed to correct the error in lieu of the plaintiff’s mortgage obligation after filing for a bankruptcy discharge. Facts of the Above case: Before the merger between Countrywide Home Loans and Bank of America in September 2012, the plaintiff had carried out 2 mortgage loans with Countrywide Home Loans. After the merger, his loans were under [...]

2019-06-21T11:30:12+00:00