Kenosha bankruptcy lawyer trustee questions
04
Aug

Bankruptcy Lawyer Lists Questions Asked by Trustee During A 341 “Meeting of Creditors”

When you file a Kenosha bankruptcy, whether it be a Chapter 7 or a Chapter 13, you must attend a meeting of creditors. During the meeting of creditors, the bankruptcy trustee will verify the information in your bankruptcy petition. At the meeting, you will be placed under oath and you must answer questions in regard...
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Southeastern Wisconsin medical bankruptcy attorney
25
Jul

Bankruptcy Attorney Discusses Medical Bills

It’s no secret that medical bills are often the cause of a Southeastern Wisconsin bankruptcy. Many Southeastern Wisconsin residents find themselves under a pile of bills after a major illness or injury. Even if you have health insurance, health insurance rarely covers 100% of medical bills. Copayments, non-covered services, and out of pocket expenses add...
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Southeastern Wisconsin attorney discusses inherited IRAs
30
Jun

Bankruptcy Attorney Warns of Inherited IRAs

If you are planning to file bankruptcy and have inherited an IRA account from your parents, our Southeastern Wisconsin bankruptcy attorney wants you to be aware that your inherited IRA is not safe from creditors. A unanimous decision from the U.S. Supreme Court ruled earlier this month that inherited IRA accounts are not protected from...
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Delavan bankruptcy lawyer explains filing bankruptcy alone
27
Jun

Bankruptcy Lawyer Answers, “I’m Married. Can I File Bankruptcy Alone?”

Our Delavan bankruptcy lawyer knows that filing for bankruptcy is a difficult decision. There are so many questions you may need answered before you decide that filing a Delavan bankruptcy is the right thing to do for your current situation. If you are married, one of those questions may be whether to file bankruptcy jointly...
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Walworth County bankruptcy how many times can I file
24
Jun

Bankruptcy – How Many Times Can I File?

You filed a Walworth County bankruptcy and the future looked bright. However, life happened and you are now in arrears, again. Some things in life cannot be predicted or avoided, such as unforeseen medical issues. If you recently filed a Walworth County bankruptcy and are now in debt, you may ask, “How many times can...
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Elkhorn Wisconsin bankruptcy attorney
13
Jun

Bankruptcy Attorney – How to Afford Fees When You’re Broke

How Do I Afford An Elkhorn, Wisconsin Bankruptcy Attorney When I’m Broke? One of the most common questions asked when filing for an Elkhorn, Wisconsin bankruptcy is, “How Can I Pay for an Elkhorn bankruptcy attorney if I’m Broke? I can’t even pay my bills. How can I pay you?” Although times may be tough...
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shannon wynn super lawyer rising star adjunct professor of law marquette university law school
27
Mar

Shannon Wynn Named Super Lawyer Rising Star and Adjunct Professor of Law at Marquette University

Shannon Wynn Named Super Lawyer Rising Star and Adjunct Professor of Law at Marquette University Lake Geneva, WI – March 26, 2014 – Attorney Shannon Wynn of Wynn at Law, LLC has been selected to the Super Lawyers 2013 Wisconsin Rising Stars list. Each year, no more than 2.5 percent of lawyers in the State...
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Twin Lakes Bankruptcy Lawyer
26
Mar

How to Choose a Bankruptcy Attorney

You have decided to file bankruptcy. It’s not a decision to be taken lightly. Your next step is to choose a Twin Lakes bankruptcy attorney. You will want a bankruptcy attorney who knows the Wisconsin bankruptcy laws and can protect your assets.
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Pell Lake bankruptcy lawyer
24
Mar

Common Reasons for Hiring a Bankruptcy Lawyer

There are several reasons why someone may need to hire a Pell Lake bankruptcy lawyer. Some of the reasons may be obvious. Other reasons may not be so obvious. Many people do not realize how a Pell Lake bankruptcy lawyer can help them through a tough financial situation. Below you will find some common reasons...
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