Bankruptcy: What is Lien Stripping? Maryland Bankruptcy Attorney

bjbj My name is Ron Drescher. I’m an attorney practicing in bankruptcy and commercial litigation. I’m licensed in Maryland, Virginia, Pennsylvania, and Delaware, and today I want to talk to you about lien stripping to preserve an exemption. As I’ve talked about before, an exemption is your ability to keep stuff that you own even […]

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Business Bankruptcy: What are Operating Reports? Maryland Bankruptcy Attorney

My name is Ron Drescher. I am an attorney practicing in bankruptcy law and commercial litigation in Maryland, Virginia, Pennsylvania, and Delaware and today I want to talk about operating reports for businesses in bankruptcy. When a business files for bankruptcy, eh, we’re talking about a Chapter 11, every month that business has to report to […]

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Bankruptcy: What is a No Asset Case? Maryland Bankruptcy Attorney

bjbj My name is Ron Drescher. I m an attorney practicing in bankruptcy and commercial litigation. I m licensed in Maryland, Virginia, Pennsylvania and Delaware and today I d like to talk about what a no-asset bankruptcy case is. In bankruptcy as I ve said before, there are really two cases going on. There s […]

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Bankruptcy: What is the Co-Debtor Stay in Chapter 13? Maryland Bankruptcy Attorney

bjbj My name is Ron Drescher. I practice in bankruptcy and commercial litigation in Maryland, Virginia, Pennsylvania and Delaware, and today I want to talk to you about the co-debtor stay in Chapter 13 of the bankruptcy code. This is kind of an interesting statute. It means that if you re a consumer, typically it […]

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Bankruptcy: What Happens to my Property? Maryland Bankruptcy Attorney

bjbj My name is Ron Drescher. I’m an attorney practicing in bankruptcy and commercial litigation in Maryland, Pennsylvania, Delaware and Virginia. And today I want to talk about what happens to your property and your assets when you file for bankruptcy. Now what most people don’t really understand is that in effect there are two […]

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Bankruptcy: What is Relief from the Co-Debtor Stay? (Part 2) Maryland Bankruptcy Lawyer

bjbj My name is Ron Drescher. I practice in bankruptcy and commercial litigation in Maryland, Virginia, Pennsylvania and Delaware. Frequently, even typically, a secured creditor will find themselves in a position to request the bankruptcy court to allow them to foreclose on real estate or to, um, seize a vehicle or, or some other way […]

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