Expert In Bankruptcy

An expert in bankruptcy can be found in Weller Legal Group. Mr. Weller is considered by many in the legal and public realms to be the premier bankruptcy attorney in the greater Tampa region. Mr. Weller has been practicing bankruptcy law since his admission to the Florida Bar in 1993. Mr. Weller only represents debtors in bankruptcy proceedings, and primarily focuses his representation in matters relating to Chapter 7 and Chapter 13 bankruptcy. Although there are few attorneys in the State of Florida with the Read More +

Bankruptcy Fraud

Bankruptcy Fraud encompasses many different elements related to Bankruptcy Law. Bankruptcy Fraud can appear in many different forms. A Bankruptcy Practitioner can spend a lifetime focusing his or her practice solely on the representation of clients, either debtors or creditors, in matters relating to Bankruptcy Fraud. Bankruptcy Fraud can be discerned more clearly by the actions of a debtor that demonstrate an actual intent to commit Bankruptcy Fraud. The debtor that announces his intent to commit Bankruptcy Fraud is not common. Real life does not Read More +

Bankruptcy Attorneys: Ten Considerations When Choosing A Bankruptcy Attorney

Going through bankruptcy can be a stressful and time-consuming situation. Weller Legal Group is here to help make the bankruptcy process easier and more efficient for you and your family. In this article we are going to discuss a popular question that many clients have, and that is 10 things to consider when choosing a bankruptcy attorney. WHAT IS A BANKRUPTCY ATTORNEY? Bankruptcy attorneys come in many shapes, sizes, and experience levels. This is why it is important to understand exactly what a bankruptcy attorney Read More +

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

Part II – Changes in Bankruptcy Law [See related articles on this blog: The Bankruptcy Abuse Prevention & Consumer Protection Act (BAPCPA), “Part I, Rationales” &Part III The “Means Test in Bankruptcy”] The enactment of the Bankruptcy Abuse Prevention & Consumer Protection Act (BAPCPA) in April, 2005, wrought significant changes in the law embodied in Chapter 7 of the United States Bankruptcy Code. Changes were also affected in Chapter 13 of the code, but such changes in that section were not as broad or as Read More +