We aim to provide information that can help you understand more of the definitions and laws that surrounding bankruptcy practice.
The vast majority of our clients have never filed for bankruptcy protection. The legal language can at times be frustrating, so we’ve included a page of bankruptcy terms.
We know that most of our clients research bankruptcy using search engines. We’ve made this research easier by adding a page of links to reputable providers of information.
One of the terms we use in the practice of bankruptcy law is Bankruptcy Estate and requires a page of its own.
The bankruptcy process is legally binding on all parties. It is orderly and mostly predictable. These are the reasons one files for bankruptcy protection instead of negotiating with creditors or letting them pursue their rights unabated. With that in mind, this page explains how creditors must deal with those who file for bankruptcy protection.
Our clients are always concerned about the assets they will lose and can protect as they consider filing for bankruptcy protection; these are briefly discussed on this page but this information is no substitute for a bankruptcy counseling session with a qualified legal advisor.
And finally, the point of filing for bankruptcy protection is so you can re-launch your financial life. This page talks about life after bankruptcy, including establishing credit.