Category Archives: client’s rights

If I Have Filed Bankruptcy Before, Can I File Again?

Why would you file bankruptcy again?   Sometimes certain life events happen more than once. For example, a lot of families have more than one child or have lived in more than one house over the course of their lives. These are examples of how life can repeat itself in good ways, but there are […]

Is There A Minimum Amount Of Debt Needed To File Bankruptcy?

Is There A Minimum Amount Of Debt Needed To File Bankruptcy? If you are having trouble paying all of your bills every month you are likely overwhelmed, stressed, and looking for solutions. One possibility that may have crossed your mind is the possibility of filing for bankruptcy. But if bankruptcy is one of your thoughts, […]

What Can I Do If A Creditor Won’t Stop Calling Me After I File Bankruptcy?

Why Creditors Hate Automatic Stay in Bankruptcy Many times the decision to file bankruptcy is made because a consumer debtor is receiving too many collection calls or letters or is being sued by a lender. The constant calls can quickly escalate to the level of nuisance and filing bankruptcy may be the only way to […]

Do you have the right to sue or collect money from anyone? You may lose that right in Chapter 7 Bankruptcy

Do you have the right to sue or collect money from anyone? You may lose that right in Chapter 7 Bankruptcy, and even worse, if you are not careful. Bankruptcy effects your right to sue others. It effects your right to collect money from others if the basis for that claim comes from something that […]

Mistake #3: Not making a “Motion to Compel the Trustee to Abandon Debtor’s Business”

This is a Countdown of the Top 12 Malpractice Mistakes Made by California Bankruptcy Attorneys   Mistake #3: Not making a “Motion to Compel the Trustee to Abandon Debtor’s Business” from the Chapter 7 bankruptcy estate.   Note: This article focuses on California bankruptcy attorneys and may reference California and 9th Circuit case law. However, most […]