Chapter 13 Bankruptcy Monthly Payments Based Upon Disposable Income

[NAME OF CLIENT], THE TWO MAIN FACTORS THAT CAN DETERMINE A DEBTOR OR DEBTORS’ MONTHLY CHAPTER 13 PAYMENTS, ARE THE DEBTORS’ ASSETS AND THE DEBTORS INCOME. DEBTOR OR DEBTORS’ ASSETS IN A CHAPTER 13 BANKRUPTCY, THE DEBTOR MUST PAY HIS OR HER UNSECURED CREDITORS AN AMOUNT EQUIVALENT TO WHAT SUCH UNSECURED CREDITORS WOULD RECEIVE IF THE DEBTOR FILED A CHAPTER 7 BANKRUPTCY. WHEN A DEBTOR FILES BANKRUPTCY, THE BANKRUPTCY ESTATE IS CREATED. THE BANKRUPTCY ESTATE INCLUDES ALL OF THE DEBTOR’S INTERESTS IN ANY PROPERTY. SUCH Read More +

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 +

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 +

Copyrights In Bankruptcy

Under bankruptcy law, copyrights and patents are considered assets.  An author of a book who has copyrighted such book or a songwriter who has copyrighted his or her song or songs are considered under bankruptcy law, to possess an asset.  Depending upon the value of such an asset, a debtor may find such asset sold by the bankruptcy trustee in a Chapter 7 bankruptcy.  In a Chapter 13 bankruptcy, the bankruptcy trustee will want a determination of the value of the asset.  If such asset’s Read More +