Town N Country Florida Bankruptcy Attorney

Those looking for a reputable Bankruptcy Attorney in the area of Town N Country, in Tampa, Florida, need look no farther. Weller Legal Group has been representing Debtors, and only Debtors, in Bankruptcy Proceedings since its founding in 1993. Jay Weller and Weller Legal Group have represented many thousands of Clients in Bankruptcy matters, including Chapter 13 Bankruptcy and Chapter 7 Bankruptcy. Bankruptcy may provide some advantages to a Debtor including the stoppage of Foreclosures, Wage Garnishments, Lawsuits, and Repossessions. Chapter 13 Bankruptcy may stop Read More +

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 +

Zephyrhills Florida Bankruptcy Attorney

Are you seeking a Bankruptcy Attorney in Zephyrhills, Florida? The Bankruptcy Attorneys and Paralegals at Weller Legal Group have experience in most matters relating to Bankruptcy. We represent Debtors in all Chapters of Bankruptcy including Chapter 7 Bankruptcy, Chapter 13 Bankruptcy, Chapter 12 Bankruptcy and Chapter 11 Bankruptcy, or Corporate Reorganization. We can provide representation from simple issues relating to Bankruptcy, to the more complex, such as Adversary Proceedings to determine whether certain Debts should receive Discharge through Bankruptcy. Since its founding in 1993, Weller Read More +

Should I File For Bankruptcy? – Reasons Why Bankruptcy May Be Right For You

The decision to file for bankruptcy is a tough one no matter how you cut it. Going through the bankruptcy process takes time and money. Once a petition is filed, a person’s entire financial situation is a matter of public record and open to others. The process will take an emotional toll on the filer and his/her family and loved ones as well. So – again – the decision to file for bankruptcy is a tough one. One that should not be taken lightly and Read More +

Bankruptcy Pros And Cons

The pros and cons of Bankruptcy are myriad. Among the cons of bankruptcy, is the filing of a Chapter 7 or Chapter 13 Bankruptcy will appear on your consumer credit report for a period of ten (10) years. Presently, in order to qualify for a federally backed mortgage loan, a debtor’s bankruptcy must be a least two years old. Some creditors may not extend credit to debtor’s who are still within a bankruptcy. Some creditors will extend credit to a debtor still in bankruptcy, with Read More +

Find A Bankruptcy Attorney In Clearwater, Fl

It is hard to find a good bankruptcy attorney in Clearwater, FL. However, Jay Weller at Weller Legal Group PA is here to help. Mr. Weller has practiced almost exclusively bankruptcy law since 1993. Mr. Weller only represents debtor and never creditors. Mr. Weller also practices mostly in the representation of debtors in Chapter 7 and Chapter 13 bankruptcy in Clearwater, Polk, Hillsborough, Pinellas, Pasco, Hernando, Manatee and Sarasota Counties. Since 1993, Weller Legal Group PA has represented many thousands of clients in the filing Read More +

Reaffirmation Agreements In Bankruptcy

The primary thrust of Chapter 7 Bankruptcy cases is to deal with consumer debts in such a manner as to ultimately “discharge” them – i.e. eliminate the obligation to pay certain types of debt and get a “financial fresh start”. While not all debts are subject to “discharge”, many of them – primarily “consumer debts” – are. There are some circumstances where a debtor opts to continue to service certain debts that may be otherwise dischargeable in Chapter 7 bankruptcy proceedings. Being involved in a Read More +

The “means Test” In Bankruptcy (chapter 7) – Part Iii

Part III of Three Related Articles [See related articles on this blog: The Bankruptcy Abuse Prevention & Consumer Protection Act (BAPCPA), “Part I, Rationales”&“Part II, Changes in Bankruptcy Law”] After passage of the BAPCPA in 2005, anyone wanting to file for Chapter 7 bankruptcy relief was faced with the new requirement of having to pass a “means test” to determine their eligibility. The primary purpose of the means test is to help the court determine whether an individual should be allowed to file a petition Read More +

The Bankruptcy Abuse Prevention & Consumer Protection Act Of 2005 (bapcpa) Part I

Part I–Rationales [See related articles on this blog: “The Bankruptcy Abuse Prevention & Consumer Protection Act (BAPCPA), ‘Part II, Changes in Bankruptcy Law’, and “Part III, The Means Test in Bankruptcy”] The Bankruptcy Abuse Prevention and Consumer Protection Act (BAPCPA) was a “bankruptcy reform” measure passed by Congress during the fifth year of the Bush (#43) Presidency. According to a report by the U.S. House of Representatives’ Judiciary Committee (Report 109-031), the BAPCPA “represented the most comprehensive set of bankruptcy reforms in more than twenty-five Read More +

Ramifications Of The Supreme Court’s Lawless Decision In Bank Of America V Caulkett

MESSAGE FROM A BANKRUPTCY ATTORNEY IN CLEARWATER, FLORIDA PART TWO Jay Weller is a Bankruptcy Attorney in Clearwater, Florida. Jay Weller and Weller Legal Group have Law Offices in Clearwater, Port Richey, and Lakeland, Florida, and have filed over 40,000 Bankruptcies, since 1993. In order to understand this Article, please read Part One. What are the ramifications of the Supreme Court Decision in Bank of America v Caulkett? Why is its construction of the Bankruptcy Code important? Please note that the Supreme Court Decision in Read More +