Bankruptcy

Emergency Petitions for Bankruptcy

A typical Chapter 7 or Chapter 13 petition requires you to submit well over 50 pages of documentation, including: your schedules (which includes a detailed budget, a list of all creditors including addresses and account numbers, a detailed list of…
Read More

Bankruptcy and Social Security Overpayments

A question we get a lot is whether Social Security disability overpayment is dischargeable in bankruptcy. The short answer to this is “yes,” a Social Security overpayment is treated like any other unsecured debt. There are exceptions to the dischargeability…
Read More

Chapter 7 Filings, Secured Debts, and Default Judgments

Chapter 7 bankruptcy allows you to wipe out unsecured debt– credit card bills, medical debt and other signature loans. However, secured debt–loans backed by collateral such as mortgages, car loans, or furniture, may be treated differently. Secured loans actually contain…
Read More
Menu