Monthly Archives: July 2020

Chapter 13 Bankruptcy Law Changes Due to Covid-19

When Congress passed the CARES Act in March 2020, they included a provision to assist people in active Chapter 13 cases. This provision allows a chapter 13 debtor to extend their plan from 5 years to 7 years if they have been impacted … Continue reading

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Do you have enough debt to file bankruptcy?

We are often asked by clients whether they have enough debt to "qualify" for bankruptcy. This is a tough question to answer because no two people have exactly the same situations. However, here are some general observations that should help … Continue reading

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Common Questions About Household Income in Bankruptcy Cases

We are often asked questions about how a client’s bankruptcy filing will be impacted by the income of other people in the home. The answer really depends on the type of bankruptcy case and the particular living arrangement. Here are … Continue reading

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