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Driver’s License Suspension? Bankruptcy May Help!

2017-01-20T00:06:01-05:00

Can you imagine life without a driver's license?  Maybe yours has already been suspended? Well, bankruptcy may be able to help you keep your driver's license, or help you get your driver's license back if it has already been suspended. The most common situation is when someone does not have insurance and gets into an accident. When that person is not able to pay the judgment, the insurance company for the other driver will usually [...]

Driver’s License Suspension? Bankruptcy May Help!2017-01-20T00:06:01-05:00

Motion For Relief From Stay In Florida Bankruptcy Cases

2017-01-20T00:06:04-05:00

The motion for relief from stay in bankruptcy - it even sounds scary. And it can be. When you file for bankruptcy, you are protected by the "automatic stay". This prohibits creditors from taking any action to collect debts or from taking property which may be secured by the creditor's loan. A motion for relief from stay (MFRS) is the creditor's request to the court to get permission to continue its collection of the debt. [...]

Motion For Relief From Stay In Florida Bankruptcy Cases2017-01-20T00:06:04-05:00

Florida Foreclosure Process And Bankruptcy

2017-01-20T00:06:04-05:00

The Florida foreclosure process has a very standard timeline that you need to understand if you're looking to keep your home. First, let's look at how filing for bankruptcy in Florida may affect the foreclosure process. If you are interested in saving your home from foreclosure, filing for bankruptcy may be a good way to do it. A Chapter 7 or Chapter 13 bankruptcy can be filed seconds before your foreclosure auction is scheduled to [...]

Florida Foreclosure Process And Bankruptcy2017-01-20T00:06:04-05:00

Tax Refunds And Bankruptcy In Florida

2017-01-20T00:06:04-05:00

Florida bankruptcy cases often involve the question of tax refunds. Will the trustee take the money? Yes, the trustee will take your tax refund. It does not matter if it is a Chapter 7 or a Chapter 13 filed in Florida. If you file a Chapter 7 case in Florida then you need to plan your bankruptcy filing before the case goes to court. Florida consumers may be able to exempt the refund in some situations. [...]

Tax Refunds And Bankruptcy In Florida2017-01-20T00:06:04-05:00

Meeting of Creditors and Filing Bankruptcy in Florida – Do I Have to Appear in Court?

2017-01-20T00:06:04-05:00

The Meeting of Creditors, or 341, is the "hearing" where your assigned trustee, and any creditors, are allowed to ask you questions related to the bankruptcy you filed. Filing for bankruptcy in Florida is a difficult decision, be it Chapter 7 or Chapter 13. Regardless of the type of bankruptcy you file, you will need to appear at the meeting of creditors. This sit-down usually takes place about 30-45 days after your bankruptcy has been [...]

Meeting of Creditors and Filing Bankruptcy in Florida – Do I Have to Appear in Court?2017-01-20T00:06:04-05:00