How To Confirm A Chapter 13 Bankruptcy Template

AFTER THE 341 MEETING OF CREDITORS IS COMPLETED, THE CHAPTER 13 TRUSTEE WILL ISSUE EITHER A FAVORABLE OR UNFAVORABLE RECOMMENDATION IN THE DEBTOR(S) CASE. IF THE DEBTOR RECEIVES A FAVORABLE RECOMMENDATION THEN THERE IS NO ACTION REQUIRED AS RELATES TO THE CHAPTER 13 TRUSTEE. IF THE DEBTOR RECEIVES AN UNFAVORABLE RECOMMENDATION THEN REVIEW SUCH RECOMMENDATION AND CONTACT THE CLIENT VIA TEXT MESSAGE INFORMING THEM OF WHAT ACTIONS THE DEBTOR NEEDS TO TAKE TO REMEDY THE UNFAVORABLE RECOMMENDATION. ALL CORRESPONDENCE WITH THE DEBTOR SHOULD BE BY Read More +

Chapter 13 Bankruptcy Retention Of Tax Refund

REQUIREMENT TO PROVIDE COPIES OF TAX RETURNS TO CHAPTER 13 TRUSTEE IN CHAPTER 13 BANKRUPTCY, THE COURT WILL REQUIRE THAT ALL DEBTORS TIMELY FILE TAX RETURNS DURING THE CASE PENDENCY. WHEN YOU FILE YOUR TAX RETURN, PLEASE IMMEDIATELY EMAIL SUCH COPIES TO JWELLER@WELLERLEGALGROUP.COM OR OTHERWISE PROVIDE A COPY OF THE TAX RETURN TO OUR OFFICE, IN ORDER THAT THE OFFICE MAY PROVIDE THE COPY OF THE TAX RETURN TO THE CHAPTER 13 TRUSTEE. THE BANKRUPTCY COURT AND THE CHAPTER 13 TRUSTEE REQUIRE A COPY OF Read More +

Bankruptcy Attorney Procedures For Phone Consultation With Client [to Be Held After Signing Petition, But Before Scheduled 341 Hearing]

SCHEDULE MEETING WITH CLIENT 7-8 DAYS BEFORE THE SCHEDULED 341 HEARING DEBTOR(S) NAME ON SOCIAL SECURITY CARD MUST EXACTLY MATCH THE NAME ON THE PETITION. REVIEW APPROPRIATE DOCUMENTS. DEBTOR(S) MUST READ THE BANKRUPTCY INFORMATION SHEET DEBTOR(S) MUST HAVE A COPY OF THE BANKRUPTCY PETITION. THE PETITION SHOULD BE EMAILED TO THE DEBTOR(S) AT THE TIME OF THE FILING OF THE PETITION. THE OFFICE MAY CREATE A DESIGNATED EMAIL ACCOUNT FOR THE DEBTOR(S) OR THE DEBTOR(S) MAY PREFER TO HAVE THE PETITION EMAILED TO ANOTHER ACCOUNT. Read More +

Procedures For Potential Clients Seeking To File Bankruptcy

PHONE OR IN PERSON CONSULTATION (DEPENDING UPON AVAILABILITY) WITH JAY WELLER IS MANDATORY. MR. WELLER WILL DISCUSS WITH THE POTENTIAL CLIENT ALL OF THE ISSUES, TYPICALLY RELATED TO BANKRUPTCY, HOW THOSE ISSUES ARE ADDRESSED IN BANKRUPTCY, THE DIFFERENT CHAPTERS OF BANKRUPTCY, AND REMEDIES OTHER THAN FILING BANKRUPTCY, AND THEIR FEASIBILITY, AND EFFECTIVENESS. MR. WELLER WILL DEMONSTRATE HOW BANKRUPTCY RELATES TO THE SPECIFIC ISSUES CONFRONTING THE POTENTIAL CLIENT. UPON A FULL ANALYSIS OF THE POTENTIAL CLIENT’S ISSUES AND CIRCUMSTANCES, THE POTENTIAL CLIENT CAN THEN MAKE AN Read More +

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 +

Chapter 13 Bankruptcy Unfavorable Recommendation Issued By The Chapter 13 Bankruptcy Trustee

MANY, IF NOT MOST OF THE DEBTORS WHO FILE CHAPTER 13 BANKRUPTCY IN THE TAMPA DIVISION OF THE MIDDLE DISTRICT OF FLORIDA WILL RECEIVE AN UNFAVORABLE RECOMMENDATION ISSUED BY THE CHAPTER 13 BANKRUPTCY TRUSTEE. IF YOU RECEIVE AN UNFAVORABLE RECOMMENDATION, THERE IS NO NEED TO PANIC. THERE ARE NUMEROUS REASONS, A CHAPTER 13 BANKRUPTCY TRUSTEES WILL ISSUE AN UNFAVORABLE RECOMMENDATION, MOST OF WHICH CAN BE READILY ADDRESSED BY THE DEBTOR, OR FILER OF THE CHAPTER 13. AMONG THE REASONS AN UNFAVORABLE RECOMMENDATION MAY BE MADE 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 +

Should You File For Bankruptcy After The Holidays Are Over?

It seems that the stress of the holidays is only amplified once they blow over and January rolls around and you see your credit card bills and other payments that need to be taken care of. Many individuals may assume that it’s best to file for bankruptcy right after the holidays are finished, but it is a bit more complex than one may think. Filing for bankruptcy after the holidays might be a huge error for some people, and could do more to hurt them Read More +

The Benefits Of Chapter 13 Bankruptcy For Businesses

Unfortunately as a business, you can’t file for protection under Chapter 13 bankruptcy unless you’re a sole proprietor who’s worried about losing your property. In this case, you’ll want a lawyer on your side who’s helped other small businesses analyze their options for bankruptcy. They can help you determine if a Chapter 7 liquidation is appropriate for you or if you should be pursuing a Chapter 13 instead. Sole Proprietors It’s important to understand who a sole proprietor is. According to the law, they’re someone 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 +