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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

The Bankruptcy Filing By An Undocumented Immigrant

An undocumented immigrant can file for bankruptcy if he/she has a Social Security Number. In lieu of a social security number, Individual Taxpayer Identification Number can also be used to file for bankruptcy. There can be a negative impact on the immigration status of the bankruptcy filer when filing for bankruptcy as an undocumented immigrant. For best assistance and more insight on bankruptcy, log on to Recovery Law Group now. What do the rules indicate? The bankruptcy code does not have a specific mention for the bankruptcy to be filed by a citizen of the United States or [...]

2019-07-29T09:57:57+00:00

What Happens in a Chapter 13 Confirmation Hearing?

Chapter 13 bankruptcy involves the creation of a repayment plan. In this case, all nonpriority unsecured debtors are paid over a period of 3 to 5-years, some portion of the debtor’s disposable income to settle their dues. A bankruptcy trustee is assigned by the court to oversee the proceedings and to distribute the dues as per the repayment plan. However, the proposed plan gets confirmed only after the approval of the judge at the Chapter 13 confirmation hearing. However, bankruptcy lawyers of Dallas based law firm Recovery Law Group inform that there might be objections to the plan. [...]

2019-07-24T09:27:46+00:00

Trustee’s Role in Chapter 7 Bankruptcy

Bankruptcy is a great way to get rid of a huge amount of debts. People can file under chapter 7 or chapter 13. When any individual files for bankruptcy under chapter 7, a trustee is appointed by the court to oversee the proceedings of the case. According to Los Angeles based bankruptcy law firm Recovery Law Group, the bankruptcy trustee has various responsibilities including evaluating paperwork, selling of non-exempt property, etc. What does a trustee do? The bankruptcy trustee is appointed by the court as an independent evaluator for the case. The trustee gets paid to examine your [...]

2019-07-24T09:26:25+00:00

Know about Texas Bankruptcy Exemptions

Filing for bankruptcy is often considered to be a taboo. You need to open your mind to realize that it is one of the best options to manage your finances, especially if you are struggling with large debts. The government provides various exemptions to debtors when they file for bankruptcy. Call 888-297-6023 to know more about these exemptions and how you can benefit from them. Apart from federal bankruptcy exemptions, every state has its own list of exemptions which protect a large portion of bankruptcy filer’s property. When you file for bankruptcy, everything you own becomes a part [...]

2019-07-23T12:49:53+00:00

Bankruptcy and Payday Loans

Payday loans are a very innovative concept which is running around the United States quite contagiously today. It provides instant cash by keeping your future paycheck as collateral. Payday loans are a common point of discussion during bankruptcy as they can make the procedure complicated. While most people take payday loans to clear their existing debts, which may be credit card bills, utility bill payments, personal expenses, etc., the amount is usually limited to about 70-80% of the average paycheck. Just like credit cards, the interest charged on a payday loan is very high. It is an unsecured [...]

2019-07-12T12:38:59+00:00

How Does Bankruptcy Affect Your Health?

People who are suffering from overwhelming debts often find bankruptcy as a way out. Bankruptcy is a legal way to reorganize your finances and get rid of debt so that you can get a fresh financial start. The two main types of consumer bankruptcy are Chapter 7 and Chapter 13. According to a new study, bankruptcy is supposed to not only give you a better financial start but is also good for your finances too! Consumer Bankruptcy Codes Elaborated As stated previously, Chapter 7 and Chapter 13 are the most common consumer bankruptcy codes, each having its own [...]

2019-06-28T12:38:42+00:00

Tax Mistakes to Avoid While Filing for Bankruptcy

Liquidation can frankly be quite overwhelming and confusing for an average person. Filing for taxes while considering bankruptcy (either Chapter 7 or Chapter 13) is double trouble. In case you are confused regarding tax filing during the trying times of bankruptcy filing, you can call expert bankruptcy attorneys at 888-297-6023 to find out about your options. Out of the two possible chapters under which individuals can file for bankruptcy is Chapter 7. This results in the discharge of all unsecured debts like a credit card, medical and even income tax debt in rare cases. Under Chapter 13, you [...]

2019-06-27T12:35:26+00:00

Criminalizing Private Debts

There are criminal proceedings on defaulters on the debts that they owe to creditors. Let’s take a scenario where the debtor has fallen sick and has missed out on the payments that he/ she regularly makes. The notices about missed payments have just been ignored since the debtor is away on treatment. The piled up debt now invites court hearings – the intimations of these too have not been attended to and this eventually turns out to issuing of warrants for the arrest of the debtor for the failed payments. This is not a surreal scenario and can [...]

2019-06-27T09:52:07+00:00
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