Procedure For Debtors Seeking Early Payoff In A Chapter 13 Bankruptcy

1. THE CHAPTER 13 BANKRUPTCY MUST AT LEAST BE CONFIRMED BY THE BANKRUPTCY JUDGE AND AN ORDER GRANTING THE CONFIRMATION OF THE CHAPTER 13 PLAN FULLY ADMINISTERED. 2. A WRITTEN STATEMENT, DATED, SIGNED AND NOTARIZED, BY THE PERSON(S) OR INDIVIDUAL(S) OFFERING TO ASSIST (THE PAYOR). THE DEBTOR OR DEBTORS IN AN EFFORT TO PAYOFF THE CHAPTER 13 BANKRUPTCY BEFORE THE EXPIRATION OF THE CHAPTER 13 PLAN. THIS LETTER MUST CONTAIN: *PAYOR’S FULL NAME AS STATED ON THEIR SOCIAL SECURITY CARD AND/OR BIRTH CERTIFICATE *THE PAYOR’S Read More +

Tampa Bankruptcy Attorney Celebrates 27 Years Of Service In The Bankruptcy Court

Jay Weller, founder and President of Weller Legal Group has this year completed more than 27 years representing persons and small business in the Bankruptcy Court. Mr. Weller has devoted the majority of his professional legal career to the representation of Debtors, and Debtors only, in the Tampa Bankruptcy Court. Mr. Weller primarily represents clients in the filing of Chapter 13 Bankruptcy and Chapter 7 Bankruptcy. In the greater Tampa Bay area, Weller Legal Group has represented individuals and small businesses in many thousands of Read More +

Tampa Area Residents Can Lower Automobile Payments Through Chapter 13 Bankruptcy

For Tampa area residents struggling with automobile payments, Chapter 13 Bankruptcy may offer some relief. A Debtor filing Chapter 13 Bankruptcy can employ numerous strategies to not only achieve a lower monthly automobile payment but in some cases, also the arrangement to pay only the true fair market value for his or her automobile. The Tampa Bankruptcy Court appears to hold the minority rule in the treatment of automobiles in Chapter 13 Bankruptcy. Every Bankruptcy Court in the United States will generally hold that if Read More +

Bankruptcy And Evictions

Prior to the enactment of the 2005 Bankruptcy Abuse and Consumer Protection Act, the filing of a bankruptcy generally operating as a stay of eviction proceedings. In bankruptcy, this is referred to as the automatic stay. Today, the bankruptcy filing: Does not stay or stop an eviction order or a judgment for possession; If there is no judgment for possession or eviction the bankruptcy filing generally means the eviction is at least temporarily stopped or stayed; The bankruptcy filing does not stay eviction proceedings if Read More +

Bankruptcy Proof Of Claims For Dummies

Bankruptcy Rule 3002 governs primarily the deadlines surrounding when a Creditor must file a proof of claim under various Chapters of Bankruptcy. A Creditor that does not file a proof of claim, files such claim late, or has its claim disallowed, may find that it will be excluded from any distribution or dividend available through the liquidation of assets in a Chapter 7 Bankruptcy, or the payment to Creditors of monies in a Chapter 13 Bankruptcy. DAYS 70  Proof of claim is timely filed within Read More +

Tampa Florida Bankruptcy Court

TAMPA BANKRUPTCY COURT ADDRESS AND JURISDICTION The Bankruptcy Court in Tampa Florida serves the Middle District of Florida. The Bankruptcy Court is referred to as the Bankruptcy Court of the Middle District of Florida, Tampa Division. There are three other Divisions in the Middle District of Florida, including Orlando, Jacksonville, and Fort Myers. The Tampa Division includes the Counties of Pinellas, Hillsborough, Pasco, Hernando, Manatee, and Sarasota. The population encompassed by the Tampa Division is among the largest of any Division of any Bankruptcy Court 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 +

Bankruptcy Chapter 7

Each year thousands of Americans will decide to file for Chapter 7 Bankruptcy. In 2017, it is estimated that over 500,000 people in the United States filed for a bankruptcy. Filing for bankruptcy is nothing to be ashamed about and can even be a great start to a fresh new beginning. Throughout this article, we at The Weller Legal Group are going to provide you with valuable information in regards to the Chapter 7 Bankruptcy topic. What is Chapter 7 Bankruptcy? Chapter 7 Bankruptcy is Read More +

Tampa Bankruptcy Court

Going through a bankruptcy can be a stressful and time-consuming situation. We at The Weller Legal Group are here to help make the bankruptcy process easier and more efficient for you and your family. In this article we are going to talk about some facts about the Tampa Bankruptcy Court that will hopefully answer some of the most common questions in regards to the Tampa Bankruptcy Court that you may have. Location The Tampa Bankruptcy Court is currently located at 801 N Florida Ave, Suite Read More +

Gibson Brands, Inc. Dba Gibson Guitars Secured Bondholder Recovery In Bankruptcy Court

*** SECOND UPDATE *** According to a filing in U.S. Bankruptcy Court, the secured bondholders of Gibson Brands, Inc. bonds are set to receive 56 cents on the dollar for the $383 million in debt that they hold in the iconic guitar maker’s business. Senior secured bondholders, led by KKR & Company, were informed in a court filing yesterday (July 12, 2018) that such recoveries will come from Gibson under its Chapter 11 reorganization plan. The same bondholders are currently providing financing to Gibson during Read More +