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Articles Tagged with Chapter 13 bankruptcy protection

Bankruptcy Lawyer Bryan W. Stone answers the question: “Can I keep my car if I file bankruptcy?”

If you’re in the midst of tough financial times, it isn’t surprising that you might have to consider alternative ways of raising money. Though you may never have thought about pawning your property before, if you have bills that need to be paid it might be one of your only options. Once the item has been pawned you might not think much about it, but a recent bankruptcy case out of Georgia indicates that might not be the end of the story, especially if you want to try and get that property back.

Bankruptcy Lawyer Bryan W. Stone answers the question: “Do I need an attorney to file bankruptcy?”

A recent article in the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel discussed a strategy used by some landlords in the city to avoid paying fines: repeatedly filing for bankruptcy protection. The practice is used by those landlords who the city is trying to come after for providing substandard housing to tenants. By filing for bankruptcy protection, the landlords avoid paying mounting fines and are able to shield their property from being seized by the authorities. The article focused on the actions of one landlord who is an especially egregious abuser of the bankruptcy system.

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