Constructive Fraud In Bankruptcy

There are two forms of fraud in regards to bankruptcy, intentional fraud and constructive fraud. It is important for you to understand these two forms of fraud so you are able to protect yourself in the future from making any of these mistakes that could potentially land you behind bars. In this article we are going to discuss constructive fraud and inform you on what you can do so you don’t make any of mistakes that could potentially leave you in hot water. Constructive Fraud Read More +

The Duties Of The Chapter 7 Bankruptcy Trustee

We at The Weller Legal Group know how difficult it is to file bankruptcy. We are here to help you with making the Chapter 7 bankruptcy process easier for you and your family. In this article we are going to discuss a common question that we get asked and that is what are the duties of a Chapter 7 bankruptcy trustee. WHAT IS CHAPTER 7 BANKRUPTCY? Chapter 7 bankruptcy is the type of bankruptcy where a trustee is appointed to liquidate nonexempt assets to pay Read More +

Pinellas County In West Central Florida

Florida and Pinellas County The first permanent white settlement on the Pinellas Peninsula was established in 1832 by Odet Philippe in the present-day Safety Harbor area of Pinellas County. The settlement history of the county, however, dates back much farther, to about 200 A.D., when the Weeden Island culture took hold along the central Gulf Coast of Florida. In about 1000 A.D. the Tocobaga Indians were thriving in central Pinellas County. In the 1500’s, the first Spanish exploration of the area occurred. In 1528 a Read More +

Standing Your Ground In Clearwater, Fl

Clearwater, Florida is normally a quiet community that does not appear in the pages of national newspapers or on the nightly news broadcasts. Ordinarily, Clearwater’s “fame” centers on its laid-back lifestyle, pristine beaches, and a reputation for being a destination for vacationers and “snowbirds” seeking warmth in the winter and a place to frolic when the kids are out of school. That sense of the “normal” and “ordinary” was shattered on Thursday, July 19th of this year when an altercation over a parking spot at Read More +

Internal Revenue Service Use Of Private Collection Agencies

In December of 2015, Congress passed a transportation bill entitled Fixing America’s Surface Transportation Act, and included in the Act was a provision requiring the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) to use private collection agencies for the collection of certain outstanding tax debts.  The Act provides that the private collection agencies will only prosecute select accounts where the tax debt has been removed from the IRS inventory due to a lack of resources or an inability to find the taxpayer, more than one-third of the limitation Read More +