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Reopening a Bankruptcy Case

Bankruptcy, by definition, is a legal process that deals in large part with numbers. Debt figures, income levels, number of people in a household, trustee payments - you name it - all deal with numbers. An extension of this is in deadlines. Most stages of the bankruptcy ...

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Blog posts in April, 2013

  • Selling Real Estate in an Active Bankruptcy

    In any bankruptcy, whether it be a Chapter 7 or Chapter 13, the issue of real estate is nearly always at the forefront. In Chapter 7 liquidations, the ...

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  • Death of a Debtor in Bankruptcy

    As if the process of filing bankruptcy and going through the bankruptcy procedures aren't stressful enough for some debtors, circumstances can arise ...

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  • What Can I Do if I Fall Behind on My Trustee Payment?

    Chapter 13 bankruptcy is available to consumer debtors as a way of individually restructuring and reorganizing their debts without liquidation. If ...

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  • Stockton, California and Chapter 9 Bankruptcy

    Chapter 9 Bankruptcy, reserved for municipalities, is a relatively rare and murky area of bankruptcy law. The concept of an entire city or ...

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  • The Casey Anthony Bankruptcy: A Case Study of a Bankruptcy Trustee's Power

    Pursuant to various sections of the bankruptcy code, the interim trustee assigned to a Chapter 7 bankruptcy case has the right to assume the role of ...

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  • Joseph P. Doyle Now Accepting all Major Credit Cards

    At the Law Office of Joseph P. Doyle, we are committed to making our clients' lives easier in any way that we can. Although we are able to do so by ...

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  • Surrendering Property in Bankruptcy

    A common misconception about bankruptcy, especially Chapter 7 bankruptcy, is that you lose all of your property upon filing. This isn't true; we've ...

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  • Buying a Car During Chapter 13 Bankruptcy

    Chapter 13 bankruptcy consists of a 3 or 5 year plan that has been submitted to, and approved by, the bankruptcy court. During this time period, you ...

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