Tampa Chapter 13 Bankruptcy

If you live in Tampa, and Chapter 13 Bankruptcy, is within your contemplation, the Bankruptcy Attorneys at Weller Legal Group may provide assistance. Since, 1993, Jay Weller and Weller Legal have been representing many in the Tampa community in all matters relating to Bankruptcy, including Chapter 13 Bankruptcy. In the United States, hundreds of thousands of persons and corporations, file for bankruptcy every year. The two most common forms of bankruptcy for Americans to file are Chapter 7 Bankruptcy and Chapter 13 Bankruptcy. Chapter 13 Read More +

Tampa Chapter 7 Bankruptcy

Considering filing for Chapter 7 Bankruptcy in the Tampa area? If yes, then you should feel confident in hiring Jay Weller to represent you with your case. Mr. Weller founded Weller Legal Group in 1993. He has been representing clients for over 25 years and has helped thousands of Clients with their Chapter 7 Bankruptcy cases. Jay Weller represents only Debtors. The Attorneys at Weller Legal Group are experienced and knowledgeable in Bankruptcy Law, including Chapter 7 Bankruptcy, Chapter 11 Bankruptcy, Chapter 12 Bankruptcy, and Read More +

Tampa Bankruptcy Attorney

Are you looking for a bankruptcy attorney in the Tampa area? If you answered yes then look no further than Attorney Jay Weller. Mr. Weller founded Weller Legal Group in 1993. He and his team of attorneys have represented thousands upon thousands of clients in their bankruptcy cases. Jay Weller and his team are experienced and knowledgeable in Bankruptcy Law, including Chapter 7 Bankruptcy, Chapter 11 Bankruptcy, Chapter 12 Bankruptcy, and Chapter 13 Bankruptcy. In the United States, it is estimated that there will be Read More +

Tampa Bankruptcy

Considering Bankruptcy and live or work in Tampa? Weller Legal Group was founded by Jay Weller in 1993. For more than 25 years, Jay Weller has represented thousands of clients in Bankruptcy proceedings. Mr. Weller represents debtors only. The Bankruptcy Attorneys at Weller Legal are experienced and knowledgeable in all matters relating to Bankruptcy, including Chapter 7 Bankruptcy, Chapter 11 Bankruptcy, Chapter 12 Bankruptcy, and Chapter 13 Bankruptcy. Today, many Americans are facing overbearing burdens of credit card debts, medical bills, and high interest loans. Read More +

Forever 21 Bankruptcy

Corporate bankruptcy seems to be all over the new in the United States today. Some major companies to file for bankruptcy recently are Diesel, Payless ShoeSource, and the once might Marie Calendar’s food restaurant chain. One company that also joins this list is the budget clothing behemoth store, Forever 21. This may come as a shock to you, especially if you are a millennial who used to love shopping at these stores. Sales are down and the traffic in malls are not what they used Read More +

Medical Debts Are Forcing Bankruptcy

The cost of medical services in America is at ridiculous levels. The current rates for medical care are extremely high and only seem to be increasing each and every year going into the future. It is estimated that over 500,000 Americans file for bankruptcy each year due to medical debts. Even President Obama mentioned in his 2009 State of the Union address, that a medical bankruptcy occurs approximately every 30 seconds in the United States. This is a staggering number and it seems that this Read More +

New Student Loan Modification Program In Central Florida Bankruptcy

Student loan debt is a huge concern for many Floridians engaged in the bankruptcy process. Traditionally it has been extremely difficult for a debtor to discharge student loan debt in a bankruptcy case, barring an extensive showing of “undue hardship”. However, the United States Bankruptcy Court for the Middle District of Florida has recently created the Student Loan Modification Program which allows debtors and creditors to work together to develop modified repayment plans of student loan debt in the bankruptcy setting. The Student Loan Modification Read More +

Constructive Fraud In Bankruptcy

There are two forms of fraud in regards to bankruptcy, intentional fraud and constructive fraud. It is important for you to understand these two forms of fraud so you are able to protect yourself in the future from making any of these mistakes that could potentially land you behind bars. In this article we are going to discuss constructive fraud and inform you on what you can do so you don’t make any of mistakes that could potentially leave you in hot water. Constructive Fraud 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 +

Bankruptcy Fraud

Many Americans today are struggling with their finances. Each year it is estimated that there are over 500,000 families across the United States that will end up filing for a bankruptcy. This number may come as a shock to you but we want you to be aware of the facts that filing for a bankruptcy is nothing to be ashamed or scared about. Filing for bankruptcy is more common than most people may think. In this article we are going to discuss the topic of Read More +