Chapter 13 Is Possible With Extra Income

This is the case of Carla Salerno from Chicago, Illinois who is interested in filing for bankruptcy.  Ms. Salerno does not own any real estate.  She is currently renting from a landlord at the same address as her but on the second floor.  It is a month-to-month lease.  She does not own a vehicle.  She is not paying for a vehicle.  She is not using anybody’s vehicle. She has a checking account at Citibank.  She has no savings account.  She has $560 on account with her landlord as a security deposit.  She has minor household goods worth approximately $400 and normal clothing worth approximately $400.  She has no IRA, 401(k), profit sharing or other retirement account.  She does not expect + Read More

Bankruptcy Case Study For Jose Manual Verones – Debt

This is the case of José Manuel Verones who comes to me with Wauconda, Illinois seeking debt relief.  Mr. Verones is not a homeowner and he currently lives with his parents so he doesn’t have a formal lease.  He’s got a 2000 Chevy Malibu which is worth $2000 and it is paid for. He has a checking account worth $500.  No savings account.  No household goods, very little in the way of clothing.  He does have $5000 in a 401(k) and he gets a tax refund each year of approximately $600.  He is single with no dependent children.  He has been working for the last three months as an inside salesperson, earning approximately $24,000 per year.  At the end of the month from his paycheck, he nets $1655 + Read More

Bankruptcy Case Study For Dante Shorr

This is the case of Dante Shorr who comes to me from North Chicago, Illinois seeking information on bankruptcy.  Mr. Shorr has never filed for bankruptcy before.  He is not a homeowner and he has currently living with family.  He has a paid off vehicle which is a 1985 Lincoln Town Car which is worth approximately $2000 so it’s covered under his Illinois exemption amount. In terms of personal property, he has minor household goods worth approximately $1000 and normal clothing worth approximately $300.  He does receive an annual tax refund of approximately $1200 per year.  He is single and he has no dependent children.  He is currently working as a janitor earning approximately $25,000 per + Read More

Bankruptcy Case Study By Attorney David M. Siegel

This is the case of Joseph Loomis who comes to me from Aurora, Illinois for consultation regarding debt relief.  Mr. Loomis has never filed for bankruptcy before.  He is not a homeowner and he is not renting, either.  He is living with his parents.  He has a 2012 Ford Transit which is financed by Ford Credit and there is no equity in that vehicle.  There is also a co-debtor on that vehicle. In terms of personal property, he has very minor household goods, a little bit of furniture, a little bit of clothing and he has approximately $35,000 in an IRA which is protected.  He is single with no dependent children and he is currently not working.  He is working sometimes part-time as a + Read More

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