Bankruptcy Law Blog

Kansas Order for a Hearing in Aid in Execution of Judgment

Times are hard – you’ve lost your job, you got sick, the market still hasn’t turned around – and you have not been able to make your monthly credit card payments. The collection letters come, but you set them to the side. Creditors have been calling, but now you recognize the number and just don’t [...]

Stop Collection Calls

YES! It is possible -- When you are unable to make your monthly payments, Creditor calls are going to happen. First you will get a letter from your Creditor saying something airy like “Whoops you missed a payment!” Make your payment, plus late fees and all is well. But another month passes without payment and [...]

Bankruptcy Median Income Update for Kansas and Missouri

The Means Test looks at your Median Income to determine for which Chapter of Bankruptcy you qualify: Chapter 7 or Chapter 13 As of tomorrow, May 1, 2013, the Median Income Levels are changing once again. They are back up in Kansas. This comes after the Median Income decrease we saw on November 1, 2012. [...]

Bankruptcy Filing Fees Increase Effective November 1, 2011

The Judicial Conference of the United States Bankruptcy Court has announced an increase in bankruptcy filing fees effective November 1, 2011.  The filing fees are paid directly to the court usually in full at the time a debtor’s case is filed.  The filing fee for a chapter 7 bankruptcy case will increase from $299.00 to [...]

Chapter 7 and 13 Bankruptcy: Line-by-Line Workshop

I enjoyed presenting yesterday at the National Business Institute's Chapter 7 and 13 Bankruptcy: Line-by-Line Workshop. We covered a lot of information about bankruptcy in a short number of hours. I really appreciated all of the questions and discussions posed by the Attendees! I spoke on Consumer Bankruptcy Fundamentals: The basics of Chapter 7, 11, [...]

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