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POSTED ON August 24, 2021
Filing Bankruptcy: What to Expect During the Meeting of Creditors
Chapter 7 and Chapter 13 bankruptcy filers in Nevada attending a meeting of creditors (a 341 meeting) should anticipate ...
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POSTED ON July 21, 2021
Considering Bankruptcy After a Crash
Filing a Chapter 7 bankruptcy enables a car crash victim to discharge his or her eligible debts. Generally, a bankruptcy ...
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POSTED ON June 15, 2021
Signs It May Be Time to File Bankruptcy in Las Vegas [infographic]
The burden of personal debt creates stress and struggles for many Americans. There are situations where getting out of t ...
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POSTED ON May 14, 2021
What to Know About Extending Your Chapter 13 Bankruptcy
The Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security (CARES) Act that was passed by Congress on March 27, 2020, allows peo ...
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POSTED ON April 08, 2021
Receiving an Inheritance While in Chapter 13
An individual who receives an inheritance during a Chapter 13 bankruptcy might have the inheritance become part of his o ...
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POSTED ON March 19, 2021
Adding Post-Petition Debt to a Chapter 13 Bankruptcy
A debtor can add a post-petition debt in a Chapter 13 Bankruptcy case under certain circumstances. To get started, he[ ...
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POSTED ON February 08, 2021
Can I Be Foreclosed On if I’m in Chapter 13 Bankruptcy?
Filing for chapter 13 bankruptcy may help people save their homes from foreclosure. People may fall behind on their mort ...
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POSTED ON January 05, 2021
What Property Do You Lose if You File Bankruptcy?
Once a debtor files bankruptcy under Chapter 7, he or she may lose non-exempt property. Non-exempt property refers to as ...
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POSTED ON December 08, 2020
Nevada Cities Make Top 5 in “Financial Distress”
The COVID-19 pandemic has hit the finances of Nevada residents hard. Filing a Chapter 7 or Chapter 13 bankruptcy could[ ...
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POSTED ON November 06, 2020
Nevada Businesses Are Struggling. Can This New Bankruptcy Law Help?
The new Small Business Reorganization Act could help small businesses that are financially struggling due to the COVID-1 ...
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