Five Benefits Of Filing Bankruptcy

Each year, a multitude of individuals, families, and small businesses are faced with the decision as to whether or not Chapter 7 Bankruptcy is a viable course of action. Alternatively, a Chapter 13 filing may be a better course of action for some who may not qualify for Chapter 7 relief. And, for some businesses and certain individuals, a Chapter 11 petition may be the right course of action. In any given situation, one of the three may be the better decision depending upon a 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 +

Filing For Bankruptcy Can Help You Reinstate Your Driver’s License

There are several instances in which filing for bankruptcy can help you regain your driver’s license. In the state of Florida, if you are driving without insurance and you are involved in a car accident the Department of Highway Safety and Motor Vehicles (DHSMW) may suspend your driver’s license. However, filing for Chapter 7 or Chapter 13 Bankruptcy can sometimes help remedy this situation. If you injure someone or damage their property while driving uninsured, the other driver or interested party can sue you and Read More +

Why Is Bankruptcy Important?

BANKRUPTCY ATTORNEY QUESTION FROM NEW PORT RICHEY, FLORIDA A gentleman from New Port Richey, Florida asks our Bankruptcy Attorney, why is bankruptcy important?  Bankruptcy is important because it is one of the few tools that an Individual possesses to prevent his or her enslavement. A Corporation may also file a sort of Bankruptcy called Chapter 11 Bankruptcy, which permits the Corporation to reorganize its Debts.  However, in most cases, a Corporation is a form that is maintained by Individuals. In the United States, the modern Read More +