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How Having a Car Loan Can Help in Bankruptcy

The U.S. Supreme Court in Ransom v. FIA Card Services instructs that above-median debtors can take a vehicle ownership deduction of around $500 on the Means Test when calculating Projected Disposable Income, but only...




Where Do You Get Your Bankruptcy Advice?

This just in, lawyers are expensive. Useful legal advice from a licensed attorney costs. No attorney who values his law license is going to give a free, off-the-cuff opinion that may be used against him in a court...




When Can I File Another Bankruptcy Case?

The federal bankruptcy law does not limit the number of times an individual can file for bankruptcy protection. The Bankruptcy Code only restricts how often a debtor may receive a discharge of debts. When an individual...




Non-dischargeable Student Loans

A statute of limitation is a law that limits the amount of time that a plaintiff or prosecutor has for filing a legal action. Most crimes have a statute of limitations which varies from state to state. For...




Bankruptcy Discharge Order

At the conclusion of nearly all consumer bankruptcy cases the court will issue a permanent injunction prohibiting creditors from collecting on pre-bankruptcy debts. This permanent injunction known as the “bankruptcy...




Married Couple, Single Debtor

While it is common for a husband and wife to file a joint bankruptcy, in some cases it is beneficial for only one spouse to file. When one spouse files for bankruptcy protection, the other (non-filing) spouse is not...