During Bankruptcy

 

Veronica D. Brown Moseley

Objection to Confirmation 101

What is an Objection to Confirmation of the Plan?

In all Chapter 13 bankruptcy cases a plan must be filed with the Court. The plan explains how debts will be paid in a bankruptcy case. The Court’s approval of a plan is called “confirmation.”

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What Happens When a Married Couple Who Has Filed Chapter 13 Bankruptcy Separates?

What Happens When a Married Couple Who Has Filed Chapter 13 Bankruptcy Separates?

Married couples frequently file a bankruptcy case together in what is called a joint case.  The Chapter 13 term lasts three to five years.  Sometimes the couple’s relationship falls apart during that term.  This article discusses three options that an attorney would discuss with the couple.

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What if I Need a New Car During my Chapter 13 Bankruptcy?

What if I Need a New Car During my Chapter 13 Bankruptcy?

Many clients wonder what will happen if their current vehicle breaks down or is a total loss during the term of their Chapter 13 Plan. While it is preferable to pay cash for a new vehicle, expenses in our lives do not always allow for this. ​The bankruptcy does not prohibit you from incurring debt but the process does require patience. We will discuss all your options with you prior to you making a decision.

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Bankruptcy and Bumps in the Road of Life

Bankruptcy and Bumps in the Road of Life

All people experience “bumps in the road” of life, such as job loss, illness, or death.  If you experience such an event during your Chapter 13 bankruptcy, you should first inform your attorney.  Every person’s circumstances are different, and your attorney will help you choose the option that best fits with your case and your goals.

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Qualifying for an apartment while in bankruptcy

Qualifying for an apartment while in bankruptcy

Our clients are often concerned about renting an apartment after their bankruptcy case is filed.

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Negative Money

Bank Accounts Following Bankruptcy Filing

Filing bankruptcy is not the end for your bank account; there are many options still available to you.

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Debtor’s Education Course is required to complete your bankruptcy.

Debtor’s Education Course is required to complete your bankruptcy.

If you do not complete the Debtor’s Education Course and obtain a Pre-Discharge Education certificate your bankruptcy discharge may be denied by the court.

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©2018 Boleman Law Firm, P.C.