By Jeff Field | Published June 7, 2022 | | |
Your ability to keep your vehicle while filing for Chapter 7 bankruptcy in Georgia depends on whether you are covered under the state’s motor vehicle exemption. Equally important is whether you are making payments on the car and can continue to make those payments. You can keep your car when you file for Chapter 7 Read MoreRead More
A Chapter 13 bankruptcy allows you to reorganize your debts and partially pay them off according to a court-approved plan, which can last three to five years. That plan is based on your assets and projected monthly income and how much of those resources you can devote to debt repayment. But what if you receive Read MoreRead More
On May 26, the U.S. Supreme Court issued a ruling in Wellness International v. Sharif, a case that will have major implications for bankruptcy law throughout the nation. The court decided Article III does not prevent judges in bankruptcy cases from issuing final judgment on claims that only attempt to augment the bankruptcy estate and Read MoreRead More
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