Tag Archive: Bankruptcy Attorneys

Prepare for Bankruptcy Filing: Take These Steps

San Diego Bankruptcy Attorneys – Filing for a Chapter 7 or Chapter 13 bankruptcy is never an easy decision. It can be even more stressful if you are trying to figure out what your bankruptcy attorney needs and how take the steps that will get you on your way to a fresh start on your…

Bankruptcy by Any Other Name Is Still Debt Relief

San Diego Bankruptcy Attorneys Whether you call it BK or “filing for debt relief,” or just refer to Chapter 7 or Chapter 13, bankruptcy is one of the most powerful tools for a debtor to have. The other powerful tool is an experienced San Diego bankruptcy attorney, who can fight for your rights and represent…

What If I Need To File Bankruptcy Again?

San Diego Chapter 7 Lawyer Bankruptcy laws and regulations are in place to provide good faith debtors with a fresh financial start. But what happens if, after your bankruptcy is discharged, you find yourself burdened with insurmountable debt again? The first question you would probably ask is: can I file for bankruptcy again? There are…

What Can I Do With Student Loans In Bankruptcy?

San Diego Bankruptcy Lawyer As a San Diego bankruptcy lawyer (and someone who took out student loans to become that lawyer) many potential clients want to know if they can discharge their student loans in a Chapter 7 or Chapter 13 filing. With employment high, the cost of those extra degrees is becoming more and more…

Don’t Get Ripped Off By Bankruptcy Form Preparers

San Diego Bankruptcy Attorney – As a San Diego Chapter 13 lawyer, I am asked all the time if a potential client should go to a bankruptcy form preparer in order to save money. It only makes sense that someone in financial difficulty might not have the money to hire bankruptcy attorney. So, this is…

Can A Chapter 7 Bankruptcy Wipe Out A Judgment?

San Diego Chapter 7 Attorney One of the more common questions I get as a San Diego bankruptcy lawyer is if a Chapter 7 filing can wipe out a judgment. First, let’s clarify some things about judgements. A judgment is a legal determination for money and/or action/inaction. No judgment can be entered against you until…

How Does A San Diego Chapter 7 Bankruptcy Impact Inherited Property?

San Diego Chapter 7 Bankruptcy Lawyer As a San Diego Chapter 7 lawyer, many of our new clients want to know how their property, more specifically, their inherited property, is going to be effected by the bankruptcy filing. Most of the time, they are concerned that they will lose the property if they file for…

Guard Yourself Against Credit Repair Companies

San Diego Bankruptcy Attorneys – As San Diego bankruptcy lawyers, we’ve seen too many of these companies who promise their clients a quick fix of their credit, only to have them turn up in the Law Offices of Thompson | Wedeking, with a tale of woe and needing to file for Chapter 7 or Chapter…

Don’t Let The Means Test Upend Your Chapter 7 Bankruptcy

San Diego Chapter 7 Attorney – California Foreclosure Lawyer As a San Diego Chapter 7 attorney, I have seen a somewhat disturbing trend developing in the way people go about deciding to file bankruptcy. Let me make the matter very clear: If you make too much money, you will not qualify for a Chapter 7…

How To Get Your Chapter 13 Plan Approved

Chapter 13 Lawyer San Diego – Chapter 13 Attorney As a San Diego Chapter 13 Lawyer, I can tell you that the basic element of the Chapter 13 plan is making sure it is “feasible.” In other words, the Bankruptcy Code requires that the debtor be able propose a plan under which he or she…