• 16 Apr 2021
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Filing for Bankruptcy During Divorce or While Legally Separated

Posted by srailawoffice In Bankruptcy April 16, 2021 0 Comment
Filing for Bankruptcy During Divorce or While Legally Separated

Going through divorce is difficult. Going through divorce and bankruptcy can be even more complicated and anxiety-driven. If you are legally separated or in the process of filing for divorce while going through bankruptcy, you have the option of separating your cases into two so that you and your spouse can do what you want …

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  • 14 Apr 2021
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What Are My Options If Can’t Pay Back My PPP Loan?

Posted by srailawoffice In Bankruptcy April 14, 2021 0 Comment
What Are My Options If Can’t Pay Back My PPP Loan?

The coronavirus pandemic seriously impacted all aspects of our lives. The virus especially impacted the livelihood and survival of small businesses due to a combination of government shutdowns, consumer caution and depressed consumer spending. In an effort to provide a lifeline for many small businesses and owners, the Corona Virus, Aid, Relief and Economic Security …

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  • 12 Mar 2021
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Bankruptcies Continue Still One Year Into the Pandemic

Posted by srailawoffice In Bankruptcy March 12, 2021 0 Comment
Bankruptcies Continue Still One Year Into the Pandemic

From iconic department stores and entertainment giants to small mom and pop stores and individuals, the Covid-19 pandemic has seemingly spared no one in its devastation of the U.S. economy. Falling consumer demand, reduced entertainment spending, and stay-at-home orders mandating certain businesses stay closed have taken a major toll on the retail industry that was …

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  • 18 Jan 2021
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Will Filing for Bankruptcy Stop a Rental Eviction?

Posted by srailawoffice In Bankruptcy January 18, 2021 0 Comment
Will Filing for Bankruptcy Stop a Rental Eviction?

Filing for bankruptcy can get you immediate protection for many actions taken by creditors, including a landlord who you may owe rent to. This protection is called an “automatic stay.” Landlords, similar to most other creditors, are covered by this automatic stay because the law stops “any act to obtain possession of [your] property” or …

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  • 15 Jan 2021
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Should I File Bankruptcy If I Owe Friends and Family?

Posted by srailawoffice In Bankruptcy January 15, 2021 0 Comment
Should I File Bankruptcy If I Owe Friends and Family?

Filing for bankruptcy is never an easy decision. Although many different factors can impact each consumer’s decision, one common consideration is what will happen to debt owed to friends and family members. Most people who are looking to file bankruptcy often first look for ways to protect personal relationships and pay off those close to …

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  • 21 Dec 2020
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The Impact of Financial Stress of Your Health

Posted by srailawoffice In Bankruptcy December 21, 2020 0 Comment
The Impact of Financial Stress of Your Health

Debt hurts California families in many different obvious and direct ways. There is no doubt that juggling debt and dealing with creditors and debt collectors is stressful. For some families, carrying debt can mean not having available money to buy the more lavish things in life, while for others it means cutting back on daily …

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  • 19 Dec 2020
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Buying a House After Filing Bankruptcy

Posted by srailawoffice In Bankruptcy December 19, 2020 0 Comment
Buying a House After Filing Bankruptcy

Misguided legal advice can hurt anyone, but especially those individuals considering or in the midst of a bankruptcy proceeding. Although family and friends usually mean well, misguided or inaccurate bankruptcy advice can negatively impact your decision or the outcome of your bankruptcy situation. Too often, this form for ill-advice comes in the form of dire …

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  • 17 Dec 2020
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Suing for Old Debt in California

Posted by srailawoffice In Bankruptcy December 17, 2020 0 Comment
Suing for Old Debt in California

Just like any other legal claim, the law allows only specific amount of time for creditors to file a lawsuit for debt owed. This window of time to file a lawsuit or other legal proceeding is called “statute of limitations.” In California, the statute of limitations on most debts is four years. This means that, …

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