The process of working with an attorney to guide you through the bankruptcy process involves placing your trust and confidence in them. Unfortunately, not all attorneys are equally skilled in navigating the bankruptcy process and bankruptcy laws. This reality has resulted in some cases not producing the outcome that the client expects and they end […]
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When we experience a crisis, it is always comforting to know that there is a way to quickly get help. However, sometimes we choose to ignore signs of a looming crisis and eventually we get caught with a problem that is much worse than anticipated and sometimes forcing us to act quickly. The signs that […]
Filing for bankruptcy is a choice that can offer a second chance for those who have found themselves in a true financial crisis. Sometimes, bankruptcy is put off by people who think they can save themselves from a truly dire financial situation. In this situation, there are some hidden costs for not filing bankruptcy. They are: […]
Which Exemption Laws Apply in a Chapter 7 Where the Debtor Moved to Michigan from Florida Before Filing? (Part 2)September 15th, 2018 by glmpcadmin
Recall in Part 1 that Joe is a former Florida resident who filed chapter 7 after he moved to Michigan. Under the bankruptcy code, Florida was considered to be his domicile because he lived in Florida for the 180-day period preceding the 730-day period preceding the filing of his case. The bankruptcy Code requires Joe […]
Which Exemption Laws Apply in a Chapter 7 Where the Debtor Moved to Michigan from Florida Before Filing? (Part 3)September 13th, 2018 by glmpcadmin
Recall in the first two parts of this article that Joe is a former Florida resident who moved to Michigan and then filed chapter 7. Under the bankruptcy code, Florida is considered to be his domicile because he lived in Florida for the 180-day period preceding the 730-day period preceding the filing of his case. […]