Jun
23

Everything You Need to Know About a Chapter 7 Bankruptcy Chapter 7 bankruptcy is a process that gives a you a financial fresh start, reeing you from overwhelming debt burdens. Chapter 7, also called “liquidation” or “... Read More

Posted on Pinkston & Pinkston Blog on June 23rd, 2015


Jun
23

Everything You Need to Know About a Chapter 7 Bankruptcy Reaffirming Debts Chapter 7 Bankruptcy | You can also be approached about “reaffirmation” of debts. This is an agreement between you and the creditor that you’ll pay off ... Read More

Posted on Pinkston & Pinkston Blog on June 23rd, 2015


Jun
23

Bankruptcy Attorney: How Chapter 13 Works Bankruptcy Attorney: A chapter 13 case begins by filing a petition with the bankruptcy court serving the area where the debtor has a domicile or residence. Unless the court orders otherwise, the debtor m... Read More

Posted on Pinkston & Pinkston Blog on June 23rd, 2015


Jun
22

Background A chapter 13 bankruptcy is also called a wage earner's plan. It enables individuals with regular income to develop a plan to repay all or part of their debts. Under this chapter, debtors propose a repayment plan to make installments to cre... Read More

Posted on Pinkston & Pinkston Blog on June 22nd, 2015


Jun
19

A bankruptcy lawyer is a beneficiaries of a tough economy, but their clients, many of whom know little about the process and have scant time to research it, are usually at a loss when it comes to seeking the help of an expert. With creditors closing ... Read More

Posted on Pinkston & Pinkston Blog on June 19th, 2015


Jun
19

Many people file for Chapter 7 bankruptcy without an attorney. Some represent themselves in bankruptcy because they cannot afford the attorney fees. Others have simple cases, and don’t feel the need to hire an attorney. While filing a successfu... Read More

Posted on Pinkston & Pinkston Blog on June 19th, 2015


Jun
17

There's no question that deciding to declare a Chapter 7 bankruptcy is very difficult. It affects your future credit, your reputation and your self-image. It can also improve your short-term quality of life considerably, as the calls and le... Read More

Posted on Pinkston & Pinkston Blog on June 17th, 2015


Jun
17

Bankruptcy Lawyer - Many people assume that if their income is relatively high, they cannot file for Chapter 7 bankruptcy.  Often this assumption is incorrect. It is not by any means unusual for a “high-income” debtor to fi... Read More

Posted on Pinkston & Pinkston Blog on June 17th, 2015


Jun
17

A Chapter 13 Bankruptcy case, also known as a debt-consolidation bankruptcy, is a lengthy process. The repayment plan a person enters when they start a Chapter 13 can last anywhere from 36 to 60 months.  Naturally, a lot can change in a person&r... Read More

Posted on Pinkston & Pinkston Blog on June 17th, 2015


Jun
16

You may have finally decided it is time to dig yourself out from an overwhelming pile of debt and start over with a bankruptcy attorney. You realize bankruptcy is the best option for you to accomplish this, but for years may have heard that bankruptc... Read More

Posted on Pinkston & Pinkston Blog on June 16th, 2015


Jun
15

Chapter 13 Bankruptcy Basic discharge. When the debtor completes a Chapter 13 Bankruptcy case, the discharge eliminates all of the remaining balances owed on all general unsecured debts without priority that were provided for in the Plan. Those ... Read More

Posted on Pinkston & Pinkston Blog on June 15th, 2015


Jun
15

Stoping foreclosure. In the case of a real estate foreclosure, the debtor files the Chapter 13 Bankruptcy case which imposes an immediate automatic stay and stops the foreclosure. This must be done before the foreclosure auction takes place and ... Read More

Posted on Pinkston & Pinkston Blog on June 15th, 2015


Jun
12

Colt Defense, the storied firearms maker, announced late Sunday that it has filed for a Chapter 11 bankruptcy reorganization.. Colt said that in making the filing in U.S. Bankruptcy Court in Delaware, it hopes the process will allow it to quickly sel... Read More

Posted on Pinkston & Pinkston Blog on June 12th, 2015


Jun
12

Huffington Post - By Steve Rhode Dear Steve, My mother is 77 years of age. Her memory is no longer the best for her finances and she gets confused as to who gets paid what and how much. the debts, even though she doesn't even use the cards but o... Read More

Posted on Pinkston & Pinkston Blog on June 12th, 2015


Jun
11

A:  Yes. Bankruptcy filings allow creditors to object to specific debts in the plan or the repayment or cancellation in its entirety. Chapter 7: Creditors generally have 60 days after the first creditors meeting to object to the discharge ... Read More

Posted on Pinkston & Pinkston Blog on June 11th, 2015


Jun
10

A:The bankruptcy court notifies, by mail, all creditors advising them of: The filing of the bankruptcy  The case number  The automatic stay  The name of the trustee assigned to the case (if filed under chapters 7 or 13)  The date... Read More

Posted on Pinkston & Pinkston Blog on June 10th, 2015


Jun
9

No. The debts that can’t be discharged vary slightly between the different chapters of bankruptcy. Generally, the following cannot be discharged: Debts for taxes owed to local, state or federal agencies  Debts for money, property, service... Read More

Posted on Pinkston & Pinkston Blog on June 9th, 2015


Jun
8

Money problems can lead to divorce. Filing for bankruptcy and divorce at the same time can seem to make a lot of sense, especially if you ran up credit card debt while you were married. But bankruptcy and divorce are two separate legal processes that... Read More

Posted on Pinkston & Pinkston Blog on June 8th, 2015


Jun
5

You should be enjoying the fruits of your labor in your later years, not worrying about how to pay back debt. Unfortunately, too many seniors find themselves with high levels of debt and uncertainty about their future. If you are in this situation or... Read More

Posted on Pinkston & Pinkston Blog on June 5th, 2015


Jun
4

Bankruptcy News | This is becoming a hot mess. According to a Florida woman, hip-hop mogul 50 Cent invaded her privacy by posting a video on the Internet of her having sex with her boyfriend. But 50 is shifting the blame to fellow rapper Ri... Read More

Posted on Pinkston & Pinkston Blog on June 4th, 2015


Jun
3

PPI Technologies Global LLC in Sarasota has filed for Chapter 7 bankruptcy in the U.S. Bankruptcy Court, Middle District of Florida. The company is related to PPI Technologies Group LLC, a Sarasota company that was on the Tampa Bay Business Jour... Read More

Posted on Pinkston & Pinkston Blog on June 3rd, 2015


Jun
2

Justices Curb Bankruptcy Filers’ Ability to Have Second Mortgages Canceled   READ THIS AND CALL DAVID PINKSTON 904-306-5791.  YOU'LL NEED HIS EXPERTISE! Specializing in bankruptcy and foreclosure law for over 20 years. Call attorney D... Read More

Posted on Pinkston & Pinkston Blog on June 2nd, 2015


Jun
1

DOES FILING FOR BANKRUPTCY STOP FORECLOSURE? The best way to avoid foreclosure when you are behind on a mortgage payment is to work out a new payment plan with your lender or refinance the loan as soon as possible. However, even when your lender find... Read More

Posted on Pinkston & Pinkston Blog on June 1st, 2015


May
8

Potential clients ask whether they can file for bankruptcy just on their medical bills, and not include their credit cards or other debts. The short answer is that they can file, but not just on their medical bills. The slight longer answer explains ... Read More

Posted on Pinkston & Pinkston Blog on May 8th, 2015


May
7

Glossary Specializing in bankruptcy and foreclosure law for over 20 years. Call attorney David Pinkston for a free consultation today: 904.306.5791. #FloridaBankruptcyAttorney #FloridaBankruptcy NON-DISCHARGEABLE DEBT: Debt that cannot be discha... Read More

Posted on Pinkston & Pinkston Blog on May 7th, 2015



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