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Bankruptcy Myths vs. Facts

All bankruptcy options are the same. No, not at all. The fact is that bankruptcy law includes 4 types of bankruptcy: Chapter 7, Chapter 11, Chapter 12 and Chapter 13. When you file bankruptcy, you will lose everything! The law provides you with “exemptions” and an experienced bankruptcy attorney can help you get the most Read More

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Knock, knock. You’ve been served.

You get a knock on the door. When you answer, it is someone standing there holding a large stack of paper. You are being served with a lawsuit. Now what? First, let’s talk about why you are getting served this lawsuit. Perhaps you are not paying on a debt you owe or haven’t fulfilled a Read More

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Mediation – Is it for you?

It’s Mediation, not to be confused with meditation. A lot of people wish they could meditate their problems away……I digress…Mediation is a procedure where the parties, with or without attorneys, though I advise you to go to mediation with an attorney, go to a Mediator to try to work out a settlement. Mediation can be Read More

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Foreclosure! Help!

Dear Attorney Lehn, I really need your help. My daughter was sick and I had to take an unpaid leave from my job and I fell behind on my mortgage. A foreclosure was filed against me. I am working now and want to keep my house. What can I do? Well, this person has a Read More

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What is debt consolidation and is it worth it?

Do you feel like you are living paycheck to paycheck and you are running out of money at the end of each month? Are all of your credit cards maxed out? Are you in a mountain of debt? Many people will tell you that debt consolidation will solve all of your problems, but will it Read More

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How to avoid probate in Florida

You have many assets to leave to your heirs and your wishes as to how they will be distributed are all written in your will. Many people think that it’s just that simple; you have a Will, everything is distributed as said in the Will and no probate is needed. However, that is not the Read More

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What Happens to Debt When you Die?

When someone passes away does their debt die with them? Not necessarily. But first things first, in order to protect the credit of the deceased person from fraud, you will want to notify the following entities of the death: All known creditors of the deceased person. If you do not have that information, it would Read More

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The Dreaded 341 Meeting aint so bad

341 meeting Today we are going to talk about Bankruptcy 101: The dreaded 341 meeting. What does this even mean? First of all, the 341 meeting is a statutory meeting required in the bankruptcy courts. It’s called a meeting of the creditors. It takes place within 35 days of the filing for bankruptcy petition and Read More

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Ways to know you are heading towards bankruptcy

The Bankruptcy Option How to know if you’re heading towards going bankrupt: Let’s be honest here. Most of us don’t make nearly enough money in one month to be able to afford our bills (i.e rent, mortgage, car payment, insurance, doctor bills, credit cards, etc.) and what happens when we are running low on money? Read More

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Ways to know you are heading towards bankruptcy

The Bankruptcy Option How to know if you’re heading towards going bankrupt: Let’s be honest here. Most of us don’t make nearly enough money in one month to be able to afford our bills (i.e rent, mortgage, car payment, insurance, doctor bills, credit cards, etc.) and what happens when we are running low on money? Read More

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