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If I File for Chapter 7 Bankruptcy, will I Still Get to Keep the Award from my Personal Injury Lawsuit?

It is not unusual for an individual to have a bankruptcy case and a personal injury lawsuit going at the same time. Often this occurs because the expenses of medical care and the loss of wages during injury recovery or because of a new disability wre… Read More
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Can Alimony and Child Support Be Discharged In Bankruptcy?

MARYLAND BANKRUPTCY INFORMATION If you’re considering filing for bankruptcy to discharge past due alimony, child support or other domestic support obligations you need to rethink your strategy. Bankruptcy will not free you of your obligation to pro… Read More
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Chapter 7 Bankruptcy and Your Tax Return and Refund

When filing Chapter 7 bankruptcy, it’s important to understand several things about your tax return and any possible tax refund you may have coming. Bankruptcy law is very specific about how tax return information and tax refunds are to be applied… Read More
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You Can Stop Foreclosure if You File for Bankruptcy in Maryland

You can stop foreclosure on your home in Maryland if you file for bankruptcy. In Maryland, all creditors must stop collection activities against you as soon as they are notified that you’ve initiated a bankruptcy case. I recently found some interes… Read More
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Maryland Bankruptcy Attorney Urges Vigilance When Dealing With Utilities in Bankruptcy

When filing for Chapter 7 bankruptcy in Maryland, many people want to include past-due utility bills in the debts to be discharged. However, that is not the end of the equation, and debtors need to consider how to negotiate a good deposit for continu… Read More
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Will Filing for Bankruptcy Stop Eviction from my Apartment or Rented Home?

Probably one of the biggest concerns people have about filing for bankruptcy when they talk to a Maryland bankruptcy lawyer is where they will live after the bankruptcy. This is of particular concern for those who are renting an apartment or house an… Read More
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Federal Taxes, Bankruptcy and the IRS — How to Protect Yourself from Liens and Collection Efforts

Unpaid federal taxes and the penalties and interest they accrue can result in overwhelming tax debt, liens and serious financial problems that last for years. There are several ways to deal with tax debt, but one of the most effective is to file for… Read More
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