Westchase Florida Bankruptcy Attorney

If you live in the Westchase area, by Tampa, Florida, and are seeking a Bankruptcy Attorney then Jay Weller is the choice of many. Mr. Weller has been practicing Bankruptcy Law since 1993, and has represented many thousands of Clients in Bankruptcy Proceedings. Weller Legal Group represents Debtors, and only Debtors, in Bankruptcy matters. From the simple to the complex, our Bankruptcy Attorneys and Paralegals are equipped to provide assistance and guidance. Most of our Clients who file Bankruptcy will file either a Chapter 13 Read More +

Wesley Chapel Florida Bankruptcy Attorney

Need a Bankruptcy Attorney in Wesley Chapel, Florida? Since 1993, Weller Legal Group has been representing many in the Wesley Chapel community and the greater Tampa Bay region, in all matters relating to Bankruptcy, including Chapter 7, Chapter 13, and Chapter 11 Bankruptcy. Chapter 7 Bankruptcy is usually employed by Debtors seeking to Discharge or eliminate Unsecured Debts, such as Credit Cards, Medical Bills, Deficiencies on Automobile Loans, Signature Loans, and other forms of Debts not secured by collateral. There are certain requirements in order Read More +

Sun City Center Florida Bankruptcy Attorney

For those seeking a Bankruptcy Attorney in Sun City Center in Florida, the Attorneys at Weller Legal Group are here to help. Since 1993, Jay Weller and the Bankruptcy Attorneys at our Offices have represented tens of thousands of Clients in Bankruptcy Proceedings. Most of our Clients file either Chapter 7 Bankruptcy or Chapter 13 Bankruptcy. Chapter 7 Bankruptcy is designed to allow a Debtor to receive a Fresh Start through the Discharge of Unsecured Debts. Unsecured Debts are Debts that are not Secured by Read More +

Seminole Heights Tampa Bankruptcy Attorney

For those seeking a Bankruptcy Attorney in Seminole Heights in Tampa, our Tampa office is conveniently located. Since 1993, Jay Weller and Weller Legal Group PA, have been serving and representing many of the members of the Seminole Heights community in Bankruptcy matters, including Chapter 7 and Chapter 13 Bankruptcy. Our Tampa office is located at 4100 W Kennedy Boulevard. We are located on W Kennedy between the intersections of Dale Mabry and Lois Avenue, across from Jimbo’s BBQ. Chapter 7 Bankruptcy will generally stop Read More +

Bankruptcy Attorney Dade City Florida

If you are seeking a Bankruptcy Attorney in Dade City, Florida then Jay Weller is the choice for many. Mr. Weller has been representing many of the good people of Dade City, and the surrounding communities, in Bankruptcy and related Programs, since 1993. The Bankruptcy Attorneys and Paralegals at Weller Legal Group are versed in most areas relating to Bankruptcy, including Chapter 7 Bankruptcy, Chapter 13 Bankruptcy, and Chapter 11 Bankruptcy. Our law office represents Debtors in the more simple matters in Bankruptcy, to the Read More +

Tampa Bankruptcy

Considering Bankruptcy and live or work in Tampa? Weller Legal Group was founded by Jay Weller in 1993. For more than 25 years, Jay Weller has represented thousands of clients in Bankruptcy proceedings. Mr. Weller represents debtors only. The Bankruptcy Attorneys at Weller Legal are experienced and knowledgeable in all matters relating to Bankruptcy, including Chapter 7 Bankruptcy, Chapter 11 Bankruptcy, Chapter 12 Bankruptcy, and Chapter 13 Bankruptcy. Today, many Americans are facing overbearing burdens of credit card debts, medical bills, and high interest loans. Read More +

Public Sector Pension Plans: A “ticking Time Bomb”

According to a December, 2017, washingtonfreebeacon.com report “…unfunded liabilities of state public pension funds increased by $433 billion over the past year and presently exceed $6 trillion…”. The report continues, “Unfunded liabilities of public pension plans continue to loom over state governments nationwide. Absent significant reforms, unfunded liabilities of state-administered pension plans will continue to grow and threaten the financial security of state retirees and taxpayers alike.” Astonishingly, the $6 trillion in unfunded liabilities average approximately $18,676.00 for every person in the United States. Alaska has Read More +

Chapter 13 Bankruptcy Protection Of Tax Refund The Matter Of In Re Gibson

In Chapter 13 Bankruptcy the Chapter 13 Bankruptcy Trustee will often attempt to seize or attach the tax refund of the Chapter 13 Debtor. The position of the Chapter 13 Trustee is that the tax refund received by the Debtor is additional disposable income that ought to be contributed to the Chapter 13 Bankruptcy Plan. Even in jurisdiction in which a tax refund is considered exempt, or for which there are available exemptions to protect the tax refund, the Trustee will likely argue that the Read More +

Clearwater, Florida

EARLY HISTORY According to Wikipedia, one of the early tribes that resided in the area now known as Clearwater, Florida, was the Tocobaga peoples. In the early history of the area now referred to as Clearwater, Florida, there were clear springs that led from the banks of Clearwater into the bay.  These springs no longer exist.  The banks were located upon the high bluffs where is now located city hall and downtown Clearwater.  The early settlers referred to Clearwater as Clearwater Harbor, ostensibly because of Read More +

Firearms, Guns, The Second Amendment And Bankruptcy – Part 3

The issue of the relation of Firearms and Bankruptcy is prominent when the Debtor in Bankruptcy has a Lien placed upon his or her Household Goods, pursuant to a Security Interest which constitutes a Non-possessory, Nonpurchase Money Security Interest.  If the property in question can be categorized as Household Goods, Tools Of The Trade, or a Professionally Prescribed Health Aid, under either the applicable Federal or State Exemption Statutes, the Section 522(f) of the Bankruptcy Code permits the Debtor to avoid such Interest. Bankruptcy Code Read More +