What Are MN Largest Bankruptcy Mills and How Do They Work?
Bankruptcy mills are law firms with attorneys, who focus their practice on bankruptcy laws. However, the word mill refers to an attorney who markets himself or his practice, and then has legal assistants, and non-lawyer employees handle working on the cases.Read More
Save Your House with Chapter 13 Bankruptcy
If you’re behind on your mortgage payments and want to know how to save your house from foreclosure, call Atlas Law Firm today. A chapter 13 bankruptcy can stop the foreclosure sale and suspend your creditors from demanding immediate payment of the amount you’re behind on.Read More
Remove a Second Mortgage from Your Home in A Chapter 13 Bankruptcy
Homeowners whose homes are over-burdened with mortgage debt beceause of the real estate bubble have recently been given a powerful tool to help them stay in their homes. In Fisette v. Keller the 8th Circuit Bankruptcy Appellate Panel ruled that people who file for Chapter 13 protection can remove a wholly unsecured second mortgage on their home in bankruptcy.Read More
What Sort of Questions Does the Trustee Ask in A 341 Meeting?
The questions involve broad information in your petition, including assets, debts, income, expenses and transfers or transactions. This is one of the differences between a 341 meeting in a chapter 7 and a chapter 13. In a chapter 7 341, the chapter 7 trustee is really more interested in assets and less interested in income and expenses.Read More