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Washington business and real estate lawyer Jeff Helsdon explains that there is a time when you will no longer be able to file for a Chapter 11 bankruptcy. You are given a limited amount of time to file. You may be filing a Chapter 11 bankruptcy for a myriad of reasons. But the most important […]

Washington probate and estate planning attorney Tom Oldfield explains what probate is. Probate is simply the process in which you’re dealing with someone’s property once they pass. This property can be anything from bank accounts to real estate to even entire businesses. It is important to note that the party who died should have established […]

Dallas bankruptcy lawyer Eric Engel helps you understand that you have the ability to keep certain assets when you enter into bankruptcy. When your finances are so bad that bankruptcy is your final option, it’s important to know that there are assets that are exempt from your bankruptcy. This means you get to keep those […]

Washington lawyer Dan Wilmot discusses what you should do if a lien is put on your property. What exactly is a lien anyway? A lien is basically a bill placed on your property. It means that the property owner is liable for some type of damages and money due to the person who put a […]

When beginning the bankruptcy process, we will need to put you through a “means test.” This is a test of your income and financial situation to show whether you qualify for bankruptcy and which plan best fits you. If you qualify, the next step is getting a bankruptcy trustee who will oversee the process and ensure your assets and debts are correct and nothing has been falsified. ..

Although it’s a complex question, there are times where you can keep your car after a bankruptcy. If you own the car outright and it falls below the limited amount of assets you’re allowed to keep at a bankruptcy, you may be allowed to keep your car. You may also be able to sign a reaffirmation agreement with your creditor which means you promise to continue making payments even after a bankruptcy. Watch the video now to learn more.

Washington probate and estate planning attorney Tom Oldfield explains what a living will is and how very important it is to have one. A living will expresses exactly how you want things handled if for some reason you lose the inability to make your own decisions. Whether you’ve lost consciousness or dementia is a factor, […]

Dallas bankruptcy lawyer Eric Engel discusses a question that he gets often: can I file for bankruptcy more than once? Most people don’t want to file for bankruptcy because it can definitely change a lot about your financial situation. Even though you’re clearing some debts, it can wreak havoc on your credit rating and can […]

Washington lawyer Dan Wilmot describes the steps you can take if you’re a contractor and not getting paid for work that you’ve done. If you’ve done a project at a home, as a contractor your costs can be many. Not only do you need to buy supplies, but there is cost for labor and materials […]

Florida business attorney Steve Kramer answers some of your questions in regards to the best possible option in forming your business entity. You’re looking to start a new business and you’re wondering whether or not to file as a corporation, an LLC, or even as a partnership. What do all these choices mean for you, […]

Washington business and real estate lawyer Tom Oldfield discusses the possibilities and questions you may have if you’re interested in selling your small business operation. The first thing you should know when wanting to sell a business is that hiring an attorney is very important. The sale of a business has very many details including […]

Washington real estate and business attorney Dan Wilmot explains that it is very important for you to have an attorney when drafting a contract. If you’re looking to draft a contract, it is always in your best interest to hire an attorney to facilitate that for you. An attorney will understand that basic contracts can […]

Generally, there are two types of bankruptcy: Chapter 7 and Chapter 13. They have several differing elements to allow different types of client settle their debt issues. A Chapter 13 bankruptcy is the less severe of the two options and basically means you have a repayment plan. Your debt is typically consolidated, and you pay […]

Washington probate and estate planning attorney Tom Oldfield discusses whether or not you should have a joint bank account and what that means for you. A lot of people think about what will happen when they are unable to make their own decisions. As probate and estate planning attorneys, we fully understand the plight of […]

A last will and testament is a document in which you control how your assets are divided in the event of your death. Typically these assets are given to family members and other loved ones. But if you died without preparing a will, how these assets get divided is determined by the government. Your assets […]