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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…

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What is a Proof of Claim in a Bankruptcy case?

A proof of claim is a document normally filled out and filed by a creditor in either a Chapter 7 or Chapter 13 bankruptcy.  The proof of claim is a form document that is sent to every creditor listed in your case.  The document is also available online at United States Courts website.  The form…

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Garnishments in Kansas

Kansas garnishment is a procedure whereby the wages, money or intangible property of a person can be seized or attached pursuant to an order of garnishment issued by the court.  An order of garnishment follows a judgment in most cases.  Creditors do have the option of requesting Kansas courts to issue a garnishment before a…

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Where is a Kansas Bankruptcy Case Filed?

Bankruptcy cases are filed in U.S. Bankruptcy Court, which is a division of the Federal District Courts.  Divorce, collection, probate and similar cases are filed in one of the 31 Kansas District Courts located sporadically throughout Kansas.  The three Kansas Federal Courthouses, which contain the bankruptcy courts, are located in Kansas City, Topeka, and Wichita….

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How Can I Repair My Credit Report And Raise My Credit Score After Filing For Bankruptcy?

Worried That You Won’t Ever Have Credit Again? It Is Possible, It Is All About Rebuilding! Pay all of your bills on time. You have your fresh start through your bankruptcy filing; now make sure you are making your mortgage, car loans, and/or student loans payments on time each month. These types of payments are…

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Reverse Mortgage Scam Causes Seniors to Face Foreclosure and Eviction

Kansas Seniors At Risk Of Facing Foreclosure As Defaults on Reverse Mortgages Hit Record Rates In 2007 I was skeptical, at best, about Reverse Mortgages. As the Elder Law Project Manager for the law firm I worked at I traveled around nine different counties in Kansas and heard countless tells about how people had lost…

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Can I represent myself in a bankruptcy case or do I need to hire a Kansas Bankruptcy Attorney?

We get this question a lot. We know that funds are already tight — that’s why you are considering bankruptcy. So, do you really need to come up with extra money to hire a Kansas Bankruptcy Attorney or can you go it alone? Legally, you can file any case you want to on your own…

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Kansas Women Attorneys Lindsborg Conference — Leadership: Charting Our Course 2012

We had a great time at the 23rd Annual Kansas Women Attorneys Conference in Lindsborg this year. The theme was “Leadership: Charting Our Course.” Thursday started with the Solo and Small Firm lunch. After getting registered and settled in to our dorm we got to enjoy the ever famous lemon bars! Our first Plenary Session…

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Can Bankruptcy Stop a Garnishment?

Consumers file bankruptcy for several reasons one of which is to stop a garnishment on their paychecks or bank accounts.  Most consumers file a chapter 7 or chapter 13 bankruptcy, both will give you the protection of the automatic stay.  The automatic stay goes into effect the moment your case is filed.   Repeat filers with…

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What Is A 341 Meeting Of Creditors And What Can I Expect At My Bankruptcy Hearing?

Expect your Kansas City Bankruptcy Attorneys to continue to guide you through the Bankruptcy process – You will be fully prepared to meet with the Kansas Bankruptcy Trustee assigned to your Bankruptcy case! After your bankruptcy case has been electronically filed in Kansas, a 341 meeting (Meeting of Creditors) will be scheduled. This meeting will…

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This website’s information should not be construed as formal legal advice or the formation of an attorney /client relationship. The choice of a lawyer is an important decision and should not be based solely upon advertisements. As KC Bankruptcy Attorneys we are a debt relief agency proudly helping people file for bankruptcy relief under the Bankruptcy Code throughout the Kansas City and Missouri Metropolitan Area, including — but not limited to, Johnson, Wyandotte, Leavenworth, Miami, Franklin, Douglas, Doniphan, Brown, Jackson, Jefferson, Shawnee, Osage, Coffey, Anderson, Linn, Allen, Bourbon, Crawford, Cherokee, Labette, Neosho, Woodson, Wilson, Montgomery, Platte, Clay, Jackson, Cass, Bates, Vernon, Barton, and Jasper County.

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.