Yes, too hard! Almost all Chapter 13 cases filed by non attorneys fail. My advice: Hire a certified specialist in bankruptcy law to represent you. Doing so my save your home and save you many thousands of dollars.
Careful! When you are 5 years behind on your property taxes, your real property can be sold at a tax sale. You don't want to lose your property. Any bankruptcy filing will temporarily stop a tax sale of your property, but the property taxes will NOT be wiped out in bankruptcy. They will...Read more »
That depends on many factors, including how much equity you have in your home, whether or not you live in your home, how old you are, who lives with you, whether or not you are current on the payments on your home, what your income and other assets are,and how much your debts are.
My friend was sued, paid $10,000.,got an attorney who then passed the case over to another attorney friend, who told my friend she needed to file Chapter 11 bankruptcy and ask for $35,000. retainer. My friend didn't want bankruptcy, has no corporation, but has assets in real estate. June... Read more »
It takes more information to decide whether or not bankruptcy is right for you. I need detailed information regarding your assets, debts, income and expenses. Please call me to set up a free consultation. 310-271-6223.
In searching for an attorney I am being turned down because the advasary has consulted with so far 8 out of 10 I have contacted. Is this legal?!? I find this crazy that I am having this much trouble finding and attorney!?
It is legal to consult with attorneys and it is legal for an attorney to refuse to take a case. If your case was filed in the Central District of California, feel free to call me for a free consultation. 310-271-6223. My typical retainer for defense of an adversary proceeding is $10,000.00.
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