Can a Creditor Force Me Into Bankruptcy? Yes, they can, but it’s very rare in the context of an individual bankruptcy. I have had a potential client though, who was placed in an involuntary bankruptcy case by an angry creditor (a lawyer, of course). That case did not go well for the creditor, however. 11.
I received the following question recently: “I live in Woodland Hills and I’ve received notices in the mail saying I can “strip” away my mortgage. Is this true?” Yes, it is true that in a Chapter 13 bankruptcy case you may be able to “strip” your 2nd mortgage. The term “lien stripping” refers to a.
It’s not just Bankruptcy clients that want to trim the budget. These days, everybody is looking for ways to save. If you have a family, one of the most expensive costs per month can be finding ways to take the family for a night out. Below are some free ways to have a fun night.
If you file a Chapter 7 or Chapter 13 bankruptcy case you have to attend a 341 Meeting of Creditors. Bankruptcy Court locations are broken up by district in California. The Central District of California covers everything north of San Diego all the way up through San Luis Obispo. Obviously, if you live in Los.