Archives for April 2017

Credit After Bankuptcy

You should complete your Chapter 13 bankruptcy case before you apply for new credit. You should wait the 3-5 years while the case is running since you are holding off your current creditors. In some cases, a vehicle can be purchased and financed after filing, provided a proper motion is brought before the court which gains the approval of the court. Some lenders will contact Chapter 13 debtors for credit opportunities despite the general rule that it should not be done. + Read More

Bankruptcy Case Study For T.C., From Geneva, Illinois.

This is the bankruptcy case study for Mr. C., who resides in Geneva, Kane County, Illinois. He is in the office to determine whether or not chapter 7 bankruptcy will provide the relief that he is seeking. Let's look at the facts of this particular case. He is currently the owner of a piece of real estate which has a market value of $167,000. The outstanding debt on the property is $135,000 and he currently does not reside in the property. It is a townhome located in Bloomingdale, Illinois. He does have a paid off vehicle valued at $8000. It is a 2006 Lexus with 130,000 miles on it. In terms of personal property, he has a checking account with $1300 on hand, normal household items valued at + Read More

11 Years Running

For over 11 years, the Legal Action television show has been airing on a weekly basis throughout the suburbs of Chicago on Comcast. Providing exceptional legal advice in the area of bankruptcy is a valuable tool for many people who are either considering bankruptcy or who have already made that decision to file. The information shared with the viewers over the past 11 years has hopefully helped people feel more comfortable about the process, be better prepared for the process and most importantly, wind up with a fantastic end result. Chapter 7 v. Chapter 13 For many people, chapter 7 is the best option. Chapter 7 will eliminate most debts except for student loans, recent taxes, parking + Read More

In Fear Of Filing For Bankruptcy?

I’m So Afraid To File Bankruptcy There is a very common concern or fear among those that are in debt with regard to filing for bankruptcy relief. They fear what they don't know. They don't know whether they are going to ever get credit again. They fear whether the entire world is going to find out about the bankruptcy filing and whether or not that filing is going to follow them for the rest of their lives. There is also a fear of failure. Some people look at bankruptcy as an absolute failure as a financial endeavor. Others however, look at bankruptcy as the fresh start for which it was really designed to be. Bankruptcy goes all the way back to biblical days. It was also made a part of the + Read More

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