Town N Country Florida Bankruptcy Attorney

Those looking for a reputable Bankruptcy Attorney in the area of Town N Country, in Tampa, Florida, need look no farther. Weller Legal Group has been representing Debtors, and only Debtors, in Bankruptcy Proceedings since its founding in 1993. Jay Weller and Weller Legal Group have represented many thousands of Clients in Bankruptcy matters, including Chapter 13 Bankruptcy and Chapter 7 Bankruptcy. Bankruptcy may provide some advantages to a Debtor including the stoppage of Foreclosures, Wage Garnishments, Lawsuits, and Repossessions. Chapter 13 Bankruptcy may stop Read More +

Bankruptcy Attorney Temple Terrace Florida

Seeking a Bankruptcy Attorney in Temple Terrace in Tampa, Florida. The Bankruptcy Attorneys and Paralegals at Weller Legal Group are here to help. We have been representing many of the residents in Temple Terrace, Florida, since our founding in 1993. If you are in Debt, we can Help! Weller Legal provides Attorney representation in all matters relating to Bankruptcy, including Chapter 7 Bankruptcy, Chapter 13 Bankruptcy, the Mortgage Mediation Program and the Student Loan Mediation Program. We also have represented our Clients in more complex Read More +

Trinity Florida Bankruptcy Attorney

Seeking Bankruptcy Attorney in Trinity, Florida. The Bankruptcy Attorneys and Paralegals of Weller Legal Group have been serving the community of Trinity, Florida in Bankruptcy proceedings, including Chapter 7 Bankruptcy and Chapter 13 Bankruptcy. We are equipped to represent Debtors in any matter relating to Bankruptcy, including the filing and completion of any form of Bankruptcy. From more simple matters, such as the filing of a no-asset Chapter 7 Bankruptcy, to the more complex, such as Adversary Proceedings, Weller Legal Group has been serving Trinity Read More +

Riverview Florida Bankruptcy Attorney

If you live or work in Riverview Florida and seeking a Bankruptcy Attorney then Jay Weller may be best choice. Since 1993, Mr. Weller has represented Debtors and Debtors only, in Bankruptcy Proceedings. Weller Legal Group has represented many thousands of Clients in Bankruptcy, including Chapter 11 Bankruptcy, Chapter 13 Bankruptcy and Chapter 7 Bankruptcy. Most Bankruptcies are filed under either Chapter 7 or Chapter 13. Chapter 7 Bankruptcy seeks the elimination or Discharge of the Debtor or Debtors’ Unsecured Debts, such as Credit Cards, Read More +

Treatment Of Garnishments In Florida In And Outside Of Bankruptcy

Garnishment of property or wages for unpaid debts can make a difficult financial situation even harder. In Florida, the rules and procedures of garnishment are controlled by Florida Statute Chapter 77, as well as the federal Consumer Credit Protection Act at 15 U.S. Code § 1673 Specific rules for garnishment apply to special kinds of debts like back taxes, student loans, and domestic support obligations (child support and alimony). In Florida, anyone who sues to recover a debt or obtains a judgement against another party has 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 +

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 +

The Millennial Generation: “selfish Slackers” Or Next Modernist Generation?

Who are the “Millennials”? According to a recent study by the Pew Research Center, “Anyone born between 1981 and 2000 (ages 18 – 37 in 2018) is considered to be a Millennial… anyone born from 2001 onward will be part of a new generation”. As stated on its website, the Pew Research Center is a “non-partisan ‘fact tank’ that informs the public about the issues, attitudes and trends shaping the world.” The Center is a subsidiary of the Pew Charitable Trusts, the primary funder of Read More +

Ramifications Of The Supreme Court’s Lawless Decision In Bank Of America V Caulkett

MESSAGE FROM A BANKRUPTCY ATTORNEY IN CLEARWATER, FLORIDA PART TWO Jay Weller is a Bankruptcy Attorney in Clearwater, Florida. Jay Weller and Weller Legal Group have Law Offices in Clearwater, Port Richey, and Lakeland, Florida, and have filed over 40,000 Bankruptcies, since 1993. In order to understand this Article, please read Part One. What are the ramifications of the Supreme Court Decision in Bank of America v Caulkett? Why is its construction of the Bankruptcy Code important? Please note that the Supreme Court Decision in Read More +

The Us Bankruptcy Code And Student Loans

The US Bankruptcy Code And Student Loans: Constructing The Plain Meaning Of The Bankruptcy Code In Attacking Student Loans  Part II In Series by Jay Weller   Editors Note: In Part One in our Series on Student Loans, the writer offered an Equation in determining whether Student Loans can be Discharged in Bankruptcy. The Equation should properly state:   UNDUE HARDSHIP + (NOT A OR B OR C) = STUDENT LOAN DISCHARGE   For the Second Portion of our analysis of Student Loans, the analyzer Read More +