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What Effect Can My Bankruptcy Record Have on My Life?

A bankruptcy filing is a tough yet necessary decision that people struggling with huge financial debts must make. It may take time to get your debts discharged, depending on the chapter of bankruptcy you’ve filed. While it takes about 3-6 months to get a discharge in a Chapter 7 bankruptcy case, Dallas based bankruptcy law firm Recovery Law Group, informs that a Chapter 13 case continues for 3-5 years’ period before you can get a discharge on remaining unsecured nonpriority debts. However, once you have filed for bankruptcy, the case becomes public record and can be seen by [...]

2019-08-08T11:17:54+00:00

The Bankruptcy Court and Social Media

Can the bankruptcy court interfere with social media space? Well, the answer is certainly yes but not if they are personal social media accounts but definitely if they are social media accounts used for business purposes. This question has popped up after a recent judgment by a Texas bankruptcy court. If any social media platform like Twitter, Instagram, Facebook, etc., are used for promoting business, they can be included in the bankruptcy estate. Not only that, but the bankruptcy court may also order the bankruptcy filer to submit the password of these social media accounts. The same level [...]

2019-08-07T11:31:52+00:00

What is No-Asset Chapter 7 Bankruptcy?

While the Chapter 7 is known as the bankruptcy code which sets off debt from the liquidation of assets, it can be surprising to learn about No-Asset Chapter 7 bankruptcy. It could be even more surprising to note that most of the Chapter 7 bankruptcy California cases are No-Asset cases. The no-asset case is a scenario where, the filer does not give in any asset or cash to the bankruptcy trustee for liquidation. The filer instead keeps possession of all the assets, he/she owns. The lenders or creditors will not expect any proceeds or debt settlement, as there [...]

2019-09-18T11:25:24+00:00

Under what circumstances is Chapter 7 bankruptcy better than Chapter 13?

Chapter 7 is not often recommended by experts as people tend to lose their valuable assets with this type of bankruptcy. However, there are many situations when Chapter 7 can be beneficial than Chapter 13. These benefits can be interpreted as reasons for opting for Chapter 7 over Chapter 13. To learn more about bankruptcy, Chapter 7, Chapter 13 and other Chapters log on to https://bankruptcy.recoverylawgroup.com/. List of some benefits of Chapter 7 Less time-consuming- The process of applying for bankruptcy under Chapter 7 and receiving a court judgment is relatively quick. An average case could take 3-6 [...]

2019-08-06T11:20:41+00:00

What Happens to Student Loan Debt in Bankruptcy?

Student debt is one of the debts which does not get discharged during bankruptcy; neither in Chapter 7 nor in Chapter 13 unless you can prove that repaying them can cause undue hardship to you. According to Dallas based bankruptcy law firm https://bankruptcy.recoverylawgroup.com/, different tests are used by different courts to determine undue hardship. In the undue hardship test, most courts offer you to get either the entire loan discharged or nothing at all; while some courts might allow you a partial discharge of student loan. To get this loan discharged during bankruptcy, either you should have very [...]

2019-08-06T11:19:53+00:00

Under What Circumstances Can Debt Discharge be a Problem with Chapter 7 bankruptcy

Debt discharge or release can be regarded as one of the major benefits of chapter 7 bankruptcy San Antonio. However, it can be so that the debt discharge might be limited, or one might not get any discharge. Why does this happen, how to avoid this? All these questions will be addressed below. Meanwhile, address all other worries or questions about bankruptcy and their chapters on https://bankruptcy.recoverylawgroup.com/. Legal reasons for not qualifying for a discharge The two common legal barriers for not qualifying for a debt release can be listed as follows- Error in procedure The bankruptcy court [...]

2019-08-06T11:19:46+00:00

The Means Test For Chapter 7 Bankruptcy Eligibility

Bankruptcy has different Chapters which can have certain benefits or disadvantages depending on the specific financial condition of an individual. The first step before deciding on filing for bankruptcy is to analyze the eligibility aspects. An individual can qualify for one or more Chapters simultaneously or there could be some adjustments made based on the suggestions of reliable attorney to qualify for beneficial bankruptcy code. Recovery Law Group can not only help you find an excellent attorney but can also guide you through with some basics of bankruptcy and its Chapters. Chapter 7 ideology Chapter 7 is based [...]

2019-08-02T08:00:47+00:00

How Much Should You Pay Your Attorney For a Chapter 7 Bankruptcy?

Attorney fees are one of the important considerations when filing bankruptcy because it has to be paid 100% and any type of expense during bankruptcy could be burdening. Establishing a relativeness between what you had expected from an attorney on a price bracket helps you determine and adjust your attorney needs. To learn more about bankruptcy, attorneys and law log on to Recovery Law Group. How does the attorney fees vary based on location? It is obvious to see a difference in pricing based on location. For instance, an attorney in California will be far more expensive than [...]

2019-08-02T08:01:07+00:00

How does a credit report react to Chapter 7?

Bankruptcy can have several benefits, like wiping off your debt, giving you a fresh start, helping you with all the financial mess, offering some breather to recollect your finances, etc. However, it does impact your credit score, which is interlinked to your loan taking ability in the future. In fact, as per some of the latest reports, it might take over 10 years of worthy credit trust to repair the damage caused by filing for bankruptcy once. To know more such facts and to keep up yourself with the most current bankruptcy related aspects, log on to. What [...]

2019-08-02T08:01:19+00:00

Do You Own a House and are Filing for Chapter 7 Bankruptcy? Here Are Your Options

When you file for bankruptcy to get rid of your debts, there are certain concerns regarding your assets, especially your house. According to lawyers of Dallas based bankruptcy law firm Recovery Law Group, you have the option of retaining your house, delaying foreclosure or letting the house go when you file for Chapter 7 bankruptcy. However, you can only keep your home in a liquidation bankruptcy if you are current on your mortgage payments and there isn’t significant equity in the home to pay creditors. What happens to your home during bankruptcy depends a lot on various other [...]

2019-08-02T08:01:30+00:00
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