What is an Adversary Complaint in a Bankruptcy Case?

What is an Adversary Complaint in Bankruptcy? When a person files a Bankruptcy case, every company or person they owe is notified.  In order to eliminate a debt, it’s only fair that those people or companies get a chance to find out that the person
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Bankruptcy is Your Personal Safety Net

In the 25 plus years that I have been counseling and advising people with debt, almost nobody has come into my office saying that they wanted to file bankruptcy, or that he or she was excited to file for bankruptcy protection. Bankruptcy is an extreme
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Small Business Loans=Shark Infested Waters

Small Business Owners-Watch out for the Sharks! Small Business  owners have so many “hats” to wear.  One expression is that the owner is “Chief, Cook and Bottle Washer”.   So, with all of those roles, it’s difficult to manage everything.  One of the hardest jobs is
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How to Be a Good Client for a Bankruptcy Case

As much as clients interview attorneys to be good for them, attorneys are looking for good clients.  This is not to say that every client has to be “perfect”, rather, this is more of a guide for what to expect, and how to make the
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Debt Problems? Don’t let fear stop you!

Have No Fear! You’ve been working hard for 10, 20, 30 years.  All you are trying to do is pay your bills, make your rent or mortgage payments, and have enough left to pay for food, utilities, and a bit of relaxation, and maybe save
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Will the Federal Bankruptcy Courts be Open during Shutdown?

Bankruptcy Courts are Open-Act Fast! On Friday, January 19, 2018, Congress could not pass a budget, or a temporary resolution to allow the government to keep running.  So, we are now in a “government shutdown”.  This doesn’t mean that every federal government agency is stopping,
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