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E.D.N.Y. Approves Debtor’s Chapter 20 Lien Strip

Lien Stripping in Chapter 13 Bankruptcy For our readers playing along at home, the basic rule with mortgage modification in bankruptcy is as follows: first mortgages on a debtors primary residence cannot be modified by filing for bankruptcy, however, second, third and other junior liens can be modified or “stripped” by filing for Chapter 13…

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Wage Garnishment Must Stop After a Bankruptcy Case is Filed; You Might Even be Able to Get Money Back

Bankruptcy Stops Wage Garnishment The minute a bankruptcy cases filed, an injunction called the automatic stay is issued, which prohibits creditors from trying to collect on debts that were included in the bankruptcy. The Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals has called the automatic stay “one of the most important protections in bankruptcy law.” The automatic…

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Are the Bible’s Debt Forgiveness Principles Codified in the Bankruptcy Code?

What Does the Bible Have to Say About Bankruptcy? Is It Ethical? Is filing for bankruptcy ethical? What does the Bible say about the debt forgiveness industry? For the religious among us, the answer to the ethical questions surrounding bankruptcy and debt forgiveness are likely to be found through our faith. Indeed, the Bible addresses…

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Should Filing Bankruptcy Be The Last Resort?

Is Bankruptcy Always a Last Resort? Although we’ve mentioned it time and again on the forum, it bears repeating: filing for bankruptcy is not a decision to be entered into lightly. In fact, it is important to get good information and carefully weigh your options. Having said that, delaying too long can cause unnecessary financial…

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Who Will Know I Filed Bankruptcy?

Worried Who Will Find Out About Your Bankruptcy? Do you worry about who will know that you decided to file bankruptcy? Even though bankruptcy doesn’t carry the same negative connotation it used to, some people still worry that their friends and coworkers will find out. The good news is, that except for a select few,…

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Are You Judgment Proof?

We all know why people are considering filing for bankruptcy. We have seen an unprecedented “black swan” type event in the coronavirus. Unemployment numbers are way up and many Americans face an uncertain financial future. Under these circumstances, bankruptcy is a natural consideration. Those thinking of filing bankruptcy, or even families facing mounting credit card…

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