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After you worked diligently with our office to get your bankruptcy case filed, you completed your debtor education class and attended your meeting of creditors.  But what happens after the meeting of creditors?  In short, not much…but there is a couple of things to consider. 1.) Reaffirmation Agreement for Car Loans.  If you have a...
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You have worked diligently to get your case filed with our firm.  But then, now what?  After your case is filed, you must complete the following steps: 1.) Once your case is filed, you will receive an email from our office.  The email will give you a case number and remind you to complete your...
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The Use of Fear of Bankruptcy by Debt Settlement Companies Most people are worried about bankruptcy and its effect on your credit. In fact people have a strong fear and repulsion to bankruptcy from the social conditioning we all receive.  Bankruptcy is associated with failure, is shameful and for some immoral.  No one wants to...
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Although we’ve written about it in our past blog posts (here), it’s still heartbreaking to listen to new clients tell their stories with debt consolidation/settlement companies.  Just recently, we took on another client who was in a debt consolidation (with a national company that advertises relentlessly) plan for about 1.5 years.  He paid them more...
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There are many reasons to why bankruptcy is the best choice to deal with your debt issues.  Here are the top 3. 1.) Filing bankruptcy is the fastest way to get all of your creditors instantly off your back. There is no faster way to stop the lawsuits, harassing calls and threatening letters than to...
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Clients who file bankruptcy have different understandings of what their role is in the bankruptcy process.  This blog post will attempt to clarify the bankruptcy filer’s role in getting their bankruptcy case filed.  Over the years, we have encountered a few people who were surprised by the amount of “work” required to file a bankruptcy...
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Can I buy a house after bankruptcy? One of the most common fears relating to filing bankruptcy is that if you file bankruptcy, you will never be able to buy a house….or will have to wait 10 years in order to do so. This is one of the most commonly misunderstood aspects of bankruptcy.  A...
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In September 2020, the State of California passed AB 1885. The new law will finally update California’s bankruptcy homestead exemptions. The new law will set homestead exemptions between $300,000 to $600,000. AB 1885 would increase that to the greater of $300,000 or the countywide median sale price of a single-family home in the calendar year...
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  On August 31, 2020 California passed Assembly Bill 3088 to help the millions of people in California struggling to pay rent as a result of Covid-19.  Based upon the new law, a tenant cannot be evicted for unpaid rent from March 4 to August 31, 2020.  Moreover, a tenant that only paid 25% of...
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There have been many ways that Covid-19 has impacted our lives.  From wearing masks for office visits, having more phone and video conference appointments, and to the different ways in that it has impacted bankruptcy filings.  One of the more interesting aspects to Covid-19 is that it has allowed individuals who otherwise would not qualify...
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