Bankruptcy Questions : How are Federal Exemptions Determined in Bankruptcy?

You’re considering filing a bankruptcy, and you’ve heard of the term, federal exemptions. What are federal exemptions, in bankruptcy? My name is Andy Forman. I’m a Consumer and Business Bankruptcy lawyer, in Tampa, Florida, and I assist people with the exemption issue, every day. Exemptions are provided by both federal and state law. Some states […]

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Can I Save My Home In Bankruptcy? Maryland Bankruptcy Attorney

My name is Ron Drescher. I?m an attorney practicing bankruptcy and commercial litigation in Maryland, Virginia, Pennsylvania and Delaware; and today, I want to answer the question, can I keep my home if I file for bankruptcy. The short answer to that question is maybe. It depends on it you have equity in your home […]

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Mistake #2 to AVOID Before Filing Bankruptcy: Not Knowing What You Can or Cannot Keep

Hi, my name is Lori Szathmary. I’m one of the attorneys here at Flex er Law. One of the mistakes that a lot of people make before they file bankruptcy is thinking that you may not be able to file because you might lose some of your personal property. Most times when you file for […]

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Pros and Cons of Bankruptcy – Chapter 7 & Chapter 13

[MUSIC] Hi there, Michael Bovee with Consumer Recovery Network, and I’m back with a video in our pros and cons series, and today we’ll talk about bankruptcy. Now, I’m going to include chapter 7 and chapter 13, which are the two most common types of consumer personal bankruptcies. So first off, let me explain a […]

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