Chapter 7 Bankruptcy Treatment of Secured Property

STATEMENT OF INTENTIONS IN BANKRUPTCY In a Chapter 7 bankruptcy, the debtor must complete and sign a form called the Statement of Intentions. The Statement of Intentions indicates which of the available options the debtor chooses towards his or her secured property. The primary examples of secured property are an automobile loan or a mortgage loan. In a Chapter 13 bankruptcy one manifests his or her intent regarding such secured property through the Chapter 13 plan. In a Chapter 7 bankruptcy, the Statement of Intentions Read More +

Bankruptcy Assistance

Bankruptcy assistance and representation in Chapter 7 Bankruptcy, Chapter 13 Bankruptcy, and most avenues to address issues with debt, are available here at Weller Legal Group PA.  Weller Legal Group provides assistance in primarily Bankruptcy representation of debtors.  However, we offer programs to address debt outside of Bankruptcy, including Credit Counseling, Debt Settlements, Foreclosure Defense, and Credit Repair. Jay Weller founded Weller Legal Group in 1993 and quickly grew to seven offices throughout Florida, including Miami, Orlando, Tampa, Lakeland, Clearwater, Bradenton/Sarasota, and Port Richey, Florida.  Read More +

Dismiss Bankruptcy After Filing?

Amy Z of Palm Harbor, asks, “Can a Bankruptcy be Dismissed after filing”?  Thank you Amy from Palm Harbor, Florida.  Generally, a Debtor can either Dismiss a Chapter 13 after Filing a Chapter 13 Bankruptcy. A Debtor may seek to Dismiss a Chapter 7 Bankruptcy after filing.  A Debtor may wish his Chapter 7 Bankruptcy Dismissed because an aggressive Chapter 7 Bankruptcy Trustee may be seeking to Seize or Liquidate Assets that the Chapter 7 Debtor possesses.  The Debtor, before filing Chapter 7 Bankruptcy may Read More +