Procedure For Debtor Or Debtors Seeking Sanctions Against A Creditor Or Other Party For Automatic Stay Violations

A WRITTEN STATEMENT SIGNED AND NOTARIZED BY THE DEBTOR OR DEBTORS EXPLAINING IN DETAIL THE ACTIONS BY THE CREDITOR OR OTHER PARTY. ANY OTHER INFORMATION THAT FURNISHES PROOF THAT THE CREDITOR ACTED IN A HARASSING MANNER, SUBSEQUENT TO THE FILING OF THE BANKRUPTCY, IN AN EFFORT TO COLLECT A DEBT CLAIMED BY THAT CREDITOR, OR OTHER PARTY, AGAINST THE DEBTOR OR DEBTORS. ANY WRITTEN STATEMENTS BY ANY PERSON OR PERSONS, WHO ARE WITNESS TO THE ACTIONS OF THE CREDITOR OR OTHER PARTY. ANY PHONE RECORDS, 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 +

Tampa Bankruptcy Attorney Explains Bankruptcy Options

If you are in debt, bankruptcy might present an option. Many today are struggling with mortgage and automobile payments, credit cards, and other debts. Due to mandatory and voluntary shutdowns of many small and larger businesses during this time of what is often referred to as the coronavirus pandemic, the economic toll has been dramatic. Chapter 7 Bankruptcy will often help relieve a Debtor of unsecured debt, such as credit cards, medical bills, signature loans, phone bills, and other such debt. Such debt is called Read More +

Five Things To Do To Reduce Financial Stress

Financial stress can come from any number of different causes. Whatever the reason may be for your financial anxiety, there are a few helpful tips that you can always keep in mind to get things back on track. Don’t let your finances become a hindrance to your physical and mental health, follow these simple tips so that you’ll have one less thing to worry about day by day, and if you ever need to look for a bankruptcy or credit repair attorney, know that The Read More +

Tampa Area Residents Can Lower Automobile Payments Through Chapter 13 Bankruptcy

For Tampa area residents struggling with automobile payments, Chapter 13 Bankruptcy may offer some relief. A Debtor filing Chapter 13 Bankruptcy can employ numerous strategies to not only achieve a lower monthly automobile payment but in some cases, also the arrangement to pay only the true fair market value for his or her automobile. The Tampa Bankruptcy Court appears to hold the minority rule in the treatment of automobiles in Chapter 13 Bankruptcy. Every Bankruptcy Court in the United States will generally hold that if Read More +

Get Financial Support To Relieve Your Financial Stress

Financial stress is caused by constantly being in debt. Not being able to earn sufficiently, the constant reminder of raising money for the children’s schooling, or being married to a person that is not good at handling money are some of the issues commonly faced by people. If there was a way of reducing the financial worries there is every chance that you will succeed in concentrating on other significant areas of your life and be able to relax more. By being aware that you Read More +

Florida Fraudulent Transfers

Florida has a statutory provision, formally referred to as the Uniform Fraudulent Transfer Act. (726.101) Florida Statute 726.105 governs when transfers are considered fraudulent as to present and future creditors. These ELEMENTS must be present for a transfer to be considered fraudulent: TRANSFER made or OBLIGATION incurred by a DEBTOR CREDITORS claim can arise BEFORE or AFTER the obligation was incurred DEBTOR made TRANSFER with: ACTUAL INTENT to hinder, delay, or defraud any creditor of the debtor OR (CONSTRUCTIVE INTENT) DEBTOR did not receive REASONABLY Read More +

Tampa Bankruptcy Attorney Explains Tampa And Hillsborough County Coronavirus Executive Orders

I am an attorney who primarily practices bankruptcy. The legality of Executive Orders issued by various governmental entities or officials is not a subject to which I devote much effort. Ask a question about bankruptcy and I am likely to know the answer. There are attorneys and persons who are not attorneys who are better versed on the legality of such executive orders. This article will not address the legality or enforceability of the executive order administered in Hillsborough County and Tampa. On July 7, Read More +