Kansas City Bankruptcy Attorney

Monthly Archives: March 2012

Can I stay in my apartment if I am late on my rent and file a Chapter 7 Bankruptcy case in Kansas or Missouri?

It depends! You may be able to stay in your apartment, but you need to know the risks and your options.  Typically, if you are late paying your rent then your landlord can take you to court and have you evicted.  On top of that — your landlord may get a judgment against you for…

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Should I file Bankruptcy in Kansas or Missouri before or after my car is repoed?

You may file your bankruptcy case before your car is repossessed or you can chose to wait until the creditor repossess your car to file your case. The first thing to do would be to speak with a Kansas City Bankruptcy Attorney to determine which Chapter of Bankruptcy you will qualify for and if Bankruptcy…

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Kansas City, Lenexa, Shawnee, Leawood, Olathe, Overland Park, Gardner, Prairie Village, Spring Hill, Piper, Bonner Springs, Tonganoxie, Basehor, Leavenworth, Paola, Louisburg, Ottawa, Lawrence, Eudora, La Cygne, Pittsburg, Fort Scott, Arma, Girard, Parsons, Joplin, Independence, Lee’s Summit, Raymore, Raytown, and St. Joesph are representative cities that our Kansas City Bankruptcy Attorneys serve.