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April 1, 2014 Median Income Levels for Kansas and Missouri Bankruptcy Filers

The Means Test looks at your Median Income to determine for which Chapter of Bankruptcy you qualify: Chapter 7 or Chapter 13 As of April 1, 2014 the Median Income Levels will change once again. Median income levels are up across the board in both Kansas and Missouri – no foolin’! Due to these changes,…

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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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Can you file Chapter 7 or Chapter 13 Bankruptcy with perfect credit?

Yes. Your credit history does not influence your ability to qualify for Bankruptcy. There are no rules or requirements related to your credit you must meet when filing for bankruptcy. You do not need to be behind on your bills or ever missed a single payment. I think this is a common myth in Bankruptcy…

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Do I automatically become responsible for my spouse’s pre-marital debt once we marry?

What’s Mine is Mine until it becomes Ours when we get married – right? Not necessarily. To some degree you have a choice on how much you decide to co-mingle when you get married. Maybe you will have a His, Her, and Our bank account. Maybe you’ll never get around to adding their name to…

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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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Can I Get a Car Loan After Bankruptcy?

Many people recognize the need for a change in their financial lives.  For many households filing bankruptcy is the necessary change to allow for a future free of debt.  However, many people are afraid that once they file for bankruptcy they will never be approved for a car loan and this fear leads them away…

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Kansas Chapter 7 and Chapter 13 Bankruptcy Median Income Levels Decrease, Missouri Varies Depending On Family Size

What does a change in Median Income Levels mean to you? As of November 1, 2012 the Median Income Levels are back down in Kansas. This comes after the Median Income rise we saw in May 1, 2012. In Missouri, the Median Income change reflects a decrease except for larger families. Despite the decreases, these…

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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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Walden & Pfannenstiel, LLC — Kansas City Bankruptcy Attorneys

What distinguishes your law firm from others? Friendly Office: Quality Representation: Proven Results There are many attorneys in the KC Metro Area and we are often asked why we think our clients not only hire us to handle their legal matters, but in turn refer their family and friends to our firm. We believe what…

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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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