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Q: Does a Federal court have any Jurisdiction over Bankruptcy issues?
Andrew Bresalier
Andrew Bresalier
answered on Jan 27, 2014

Bankruptcy is a Federal Court matter.

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Q: Do I need a bankruptcy lawyer?
June Ann Anteski
June Ann Anteski
answered on Feb 23, 2013

Generally, if you find that you do not have enough income coming in monthly to pay your bills, you have reduced your monthly living expenses as much as possible, and you have accumulated a lot of debt from credit cards or medical bills that you have no hope of being able to pay, then you may need... Read more »

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Q: If a person files bankruptcy and was granted discharge on the loan and or debts, how then can he owe again 3 years later
Andrew Bresalier
Andrew Bresalier
answered on Aug 3, 2012

Unless you reaffirmed the debt, you do not owe it again. If the debt was collateralized by property, then it still is, and you maybe sued to clear title (in rem), but you are not being sued personally (in personam). If they are going after you personally, and you did not reaffirm, you should... Read more »

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Q: How can I tell if someone filed bankruptcy
Andrew Bresalier
Andrew Bresalier
answered on May 4, 2012

To find the Bankruptcy sign up for PACER - a free governmental service, as long as you use less than $10 worth of services in a calendar 1/4. Once signed up, you must log on in the jurisdiction where person is located to research the issue.

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Q: Please provide the file or reference to findWright 339BR474 and 339BR475Bankruptcy Eastern District Arkansas 2006
Andrew Bresalier
Andrew Bresalier
answered on Jan 13, 2012

Sign up for PACER at the District Court for the respective jurisdiction. This is a free governmental service, as long as you use less than $10 of services per calendar quarter. Once signed in, pull up the specific case.

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