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Credit Reporting Errors If you’ve noticed something on your credit report that doesn’t belong there, you aren’t alone. Credit reporting errors are common. Whether something was added to your report in error or something should’ve been removed but it’s still hanging around, errors happen all the time. This is why it’s so important to order […]

What Happens To Assets During Bankruptcy Tampa, Florida.

Bankruptcy Assets One of the biggest fears people have about filing for bankruptcy is losing their possessions. Many people avoid filing, even to the point of causing more financial damage, all because they want to continue living in their homes or driving their cars. But do you really need to worry about losing these things […]

What is a Tuition Clawback?

Tuition Clawback And Bankruptcy In Florida.

Tuition Clawback Student loans are one of the primary causes of financial struggles and a common reason people ultimately file for bankruptcy. In many families, parents assist their children with the high cost of tuition. Unfortunately, finances are unpredictable in this day and age. Helping your child pay for college could put you at a […]

Student loans are often granted by the government, but it is possible to borrow money to pay for college tuition from private lending institutions. If you are considering loans to help offset the cost of education, it’s important for you to understand the pros and cons of student loans. They can be useful, but they […]

What to Expect at Your Meeting of Creditors

Anyone filing for Chapter 7 bankruptcy is required to attend a 341 Meeting or meeting of creditors. It takes place about three to four weeks after you file and it is mandatory. It is also one of the most intimidating aspects of filing for bankruptcy and the event that filers dread most. Understanding what will […]

How Do I Get a Judgement Released?

It might seem as if once a debt is paid, you can walk away without any problems and begin to rebuild your financial life, but it might take a bit of work. In order to “undo” a debt problem, you might need to secure a Satisfaction of Judgement or Release and Satisfaction, which is a […]

Can a Creditor Interfere with Your Bankruptcy?

The simple answer to this question is, “Yes, a great deal.” However, an experienced attorney can ensure your bankruptcy proceedings ultimately are successful, even if a specific creditor raises an issue with the discharge of their debt. You might be forced to pay that particular debt back, but you will still receive relief from bankruptcy. […]

8 Things Debt Collectors Cannot Do

If you are behind on your debt and receiving calls from creditors, it might seem as if they will stop at nothing to get you to pay. They can be relentless, but there are certain things the law prevents them from ever doing. If a debt collector does any of the following, they are breaking […]

Three Things You Should Do When Speaking with a Debt Collector

Chances are if you have fallen behind on paying bills or you are facing serious delinquency at any time, you have received calls from debt collectors. They contact you in an attempt to collect any money you owe directly to them or to one of their clients (the original lender). There are limits on how […]

Five Signs the Time Has Come to Speak to a Bankruptcy Attorney

The problem encountered by many people with financial issues is recognizing the point at which to take action. Obviously, if your financial problems are minor, you can “tighten the belt” a bit until things improve. However, there comes a point at which no more belt tightening is possible. Things are spiraling out of control and […]

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Are Medical Issues Forcing You Into Bankruptcy?

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Law Offices of Robert M. Geller, P.A. Congratulates Danielle Austin For Receiving the Patriot Award from the United States Department of Defense

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Is Your 401k or Other Retirement Savings at Risk in Bankruptcy’s Liquidation of Assets?

If you’ve spent years saving for retirement, putting that money at risk when you file for bankruptcy is likely one...
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Tips to Help You Protect Your Assets When You File for Bankruptcy

One of the most intimidating aspects of filing for bankruptcy is protecting your assets. Worrying about whether bankruptcy puts their...
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How Does Bankruptcy Affect Vehicle Ownership? What Assets Can You Keep through the Bankruptcy Process and Does It Affect Your Car?

Many people struggling financially avoid filing for bankruptcy because of concerns about losing important assets like their vehicles. The good...
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Is There a Legal Way to Hide Assets When You File for Bankruptcy?

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Do Bankruptcy Trustees Take Your Savings? What is Considered an Asset in Bankruptcy and How Does It Affect the Money You’ve Saved?

Bankruptcy trustees gain access to a variety of your assets when you file. But what is considered an asset in...
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Can Filing for Bankruptcy Help You Protect Your House?

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Should I Refinance a Student Loan I Can’t Discharge in Bankruptcy?

Student loan debt is overwhelming many people. Could refinancing be the answer to help you avoid bankruptcy if your student...
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Can Student Loan Consolidation Help You Avoid Bankruptcy?

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