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Recent US Supreme Court Case defines “Disposable Income”

Recent US Supreme Court Case defines "Disposable Income" HAMILTON, CHAPTER 13 TRUSTEE v. LANNING

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Florida Exemptions Update – Which Chapter Am I Eligible For?

Florida undergoes exemption review every 3 years. The limits to file Chapter 13 are about to change.

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Florida Bankruptcy Lawyer” What Property Can I Keep? Part 3

Will you lose all your property if you file bankruptcy? NO! You will most likely get to keep most if not all your property. When someone files bankruptcy, they can keep certain "exempt" property. In a chapter 7 case, the amount of property is limited yet includes many large assets such as a persons home, ...

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Florida Bankruptcy Lawyer: What property can I keep? Part 2

Many clients ask me if they will lose everything when they file bankruptcy. The answer is a resounding NO! It is likely that they will keep most, if not all of their property.  Florida has exemptions which is property that is not included in the bankruptcy estate.  The debtor who files bankruptcy can keep this ...

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Florida Bankruptcy Lawyer: What property can I keep? Part 1

Many clients ask me if they will lose everything when they file bankruptcy. The answer is a resounding NO! It is likely that they will keep most, if not all of their property. When someone files, an "estate" is created and all property belonging to the debtor becomes property of the ...

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