You’ve filed for bankruptcy in Maryland, liquidated all your assets and paid your creditors (or completed your repayment plan if you filed Chapter 13 or 11), and have discharged all remaining unsecured debt. Now what do you do? Well, the whole purp… Read MoreRead More
If you are going through divorce and bankruptcy proceedings simultaneously, or intend to file for bankruptcy immediately after your divorce, there are some important things you need to know. As a Maryland bankruptcy attorney, I see too many people fi… Read MoreRead More
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 MoreRead More
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 MoreRead More
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 MoreRead More