Our Boleman team appeared on @nbc12news Call 12. The topic was “Tax Season & Bankruptcy – How filing bankruptcy can protect your tax refund.” Chris Flynn, Veronica Brown-Moseley, Callie Gibson, and Daniel Webster of our Richmond office participated in answering the viewer’s questions.
By Veronica D. Brown-Moseley and Stephen F. Relyea
The automatic stay serves as a shield that immediately protects debtors in bankruptcy and their property from a host of creditor collection actions ranging from foreclosure, repossession, and garnishment to collection letters and phone calls. In most instances, the filing of a bankruptcy case forces creditors to cease all collection actions and provides debtors with peace of mind and the ability to obtain a fresh start.
Boleman Law attorneys, Mark Leffler and Emily Connor Kenndey, appeared on Coast Live to educate on people on credit reports and consumer rights under their Fair Credit Reporting Act. They talk about how to obtain your credit report, how to look over the items included in your report and what you can if you find something that is not accurate.
Boleman attorney Veronica Brown-Moseley, President of the Hill-Tucker Bar Association, accepted three awards on behalf of HTBA including Bar Association of the year at the Virginia State Bar annual meeting! Congratulations HTBA and Veronica for a job well done!
Boleman attorney Matt Hahne addresses attendees of the 2019 Group Legal Services Association Spring Conference in Tampa, FL. Matt is the President of the GLSA, which improves access to affordable legal services by creating support for its legal services plan industry members.
The Virginia General Assembly recently voted to end the Commonwealth’s policy of suspending drivers licenses for unpaid court fines and fees. This new policy will go into effect on July 1st and will be retroactive for approximately 627,000 Virginians. Suspended licenses due to unpaid court fines and fees are something that we see very regularly so this policy will have a big impact on our current and future clients.
Boleman Law is proud of its representation by John Bollinger in this year’s American Bankruptcy Institute’s Winter Leadership Conference in Scottsdale, Arizona, on Friday, December 7, 2018.
The Boleman Law Firm is proud to announce Veronica Brown-Moseley’s recognition as Up & Coming Lawyers 2018 by Virginia Lawyers Weekly.
The “Up & Coming Lawyers” awards program, now in its third year, recognizes lawyers across the commonwealth who are making their mark within their first 10 years of practice. These are the lawyers who are the leaders of the profession in the future.
We talk with a local attorney, Veronica Brown-Moseley from Boleman Law Firm, about the legal and financial issues for those coping with bankruptcy to manage student loan debt.
What are the concerns after the Supreme Court’s ruling in Henson v. Santander Consumer? Could it affect you? Find out what John Bollinger has to say here!
We are proud to announce that Veronica Brown-Moseley has been elected Co-Chair of IWIRC’s Virginia Network. International Women’s Insolvency & Restructuring Confederation. IWIRC is committed to the connection, promotion and success of women in the insolvency and restructuring professions worldwide.
Boleman Law Firm, P.C., is proud to announce two Tidewater Bankruptcy Bar Association elections.
Boleman Law attorneys and professionals deliver free, entertaining, life changing personal finance management classes and seminars through a wide variety of community organizations.