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Fix Mortgage Troubles After Chapter 13

The mortgage servicer took less than 30 days to change its story, big time. In three weeks time, the servicer went from telling the bankruptcy court, under penalty of perjury, that the loan was current, to telling the homeowner that … Continue reading

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NC Business Court Warns Lawyers Not To Bring Chapter 75 Claims In Shareholder Disputes

North Carolina’s Unfair And Deceptive Trade Practices Act (G.S. sec. 75-1.1) carries with it the heady possibility of triple damages and attorneys fees.  So nearly every Plaintiff’s lawyer routinely includes a Chapter 75 claim in his or her Complaint. But … Continue reading

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Warning Signs that Your Small Business May Need to File for Chapter 11 Bankruptcy

Starting a business is a difficult and trying endeavor. The American Bankruptcy Institute reported that over 24,000 businesses filed for bankruptcy in 2016. That is no surprise considering around 45 percent of companies do not make it to their fourth … Continue reading

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(Video) What Assets Must Be Disclosed In Chapter 7?

This is a common question we get. Do I have to disclose all my assets? Yes, when you file Chapter 7 Bankruptcy, you are required to sign the disclosures you make under penalty of perjury that all of the information … Continue reading

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Chapter 7 Is the Most Common Kind of Bankruptcy in Tacoma

Consumers file significantly more Chapter 7 bankruptcy cases than Chapter 13 ones. In 2016, out of almost 800,000 bankruptcies, about 490,000 were Chapter 7s and almost 300,000 were Chapter 13s. (The rest were almost all Chapter 11s and 12s, plus … Continue reading

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