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Chapter 13 Debt Limits

Debtors have the option of filing a chapter 13 bankruptcy as long as some qualifications are met.  One of those qualifications is the debtor’s secured and unsecured debt amounts cannot exceed the limits set for a chapter 13.  A chapter 13 is a repayment plan that allows debtors to make monthly payments to the assigned…

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Use Your 2013 Tax Refund to Eliminate Your Debt

Tax season will be upon us in a few short months.  Many households anxiously await their 2013 federal and state tax refunds.  Some filers hope to purchase necessities or make a luxury purchase they could not afford without receiving the refund.  Others will decide their refunds will be best spent by catching up on their…

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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…

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Pre-petition vs. Post-petition Debt

What does Pre-petition vs. Post-petition debt mean in a Bankruptcy? Pre-petition debt is all debt that you have incurred prior to your bankruptcy case being filed. You must list all of your Creditors and debt when you file bankruptcy. Pre-petition debt is the debt that we are expecting to be discharged as part of your…

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KWAA Lindsborg Conference 2013

KANSAS WOMEN ATTORNEYS ASSOCIATION Thursday, July 18th We had another great year in Lindsborg. We started our day off hosting the Solo / Small Firm Committee lunch. Fifteen ladies enjoyed a Swedish lunch while discussion Office Efficiency, namely technology. After lunch we headed to Bethany College for registration and our first round of Continuing Legal…

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What Will Happen To My Credit Score When I File For Bankruptcy?

You may be surprised! This is a common question and concern for those considering bankruptcy as an option to relieve their debt stress. You may be surprised to find that the damage may not be as bad as you think and that it is possible to rebuild your credit.  A Chapter 7 bankruptcy involves the…

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Will the Trustee Come Into My Home if I File Bankruptcy in Kansas?

Many of our clients want to know when the trustee will come to their home to look over their property.  Debtors filing a chapter 7 bankruptcy are anticipating the trustee coming into their homes to determine what property will be sold during the course of their case.  Our clients are relieved to know that the…

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Median Income Levels Increase Making Chapter 7 and Chapter 13 Bankruptcy More Obtainable In Kansas And Missouri

What does a rise in Median Income Levels mean to you? Starting May 1, 2012 the Median Income Levels went up in Kansas and Missouri. In addition the IRS National Standard Deductions changed. If you have been considering filing for Bankruptcy this means that you may be more likely to qualify for a Chapter 7…

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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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If I file bankruptcy will I lose my retirement?

Kansas and Missouri debtors can protect their retirement in bankruptcy   In a chapter 13 bankruptcy you repay your creditors through a 3 or 5 year repayment plan.  The trustee in a chapter 13 case does not look for any of your property that he can sell for the benefit of the creditors, so your…

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