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Real Estate Litigation
BankruptcyI understand that the bankruptcy law requires that I have completed various things before filing, and have reviewed those requirements, understand them, and can and will comply with them. True _____ False _______
ForeclosureIf you have money left over after your rent or mortgage payment and your basic monthly expenses, you may be eligible to file Chapter 13. In this chapter, you will typically repay over time any arrearages on mortgages (deeds of trust), pay out secured debts on vehicles, and pay at least some percentage of your unsecured debts over a period of three to five years. The advantage is that you can avoid foreclosure or the repossession of secured items through this procedure.
Child SupportA retainer fee is an up-front fee paid to the attorney to "retain" the exclusive us of his services. In our office, this is usually a non-refundable fee paid at the beginning of the case, which secures our services in certain actions. For example, if you have retained us in a domestic case, your retainer fee will be applied toward the initial file review and the actions taken at the beginning of the case, such as the filing of a complaint, other pleadings necessary to initial hearings in expedited child support, mediation referrals and other matters of that sort. To the extent that your case goes on beyond the initial hearing, there may be additional fees and we will itemize later services performed.
Child Custody and Visitation
Spousal SupportNo. Certain debts, such as taxes, alimony, child support, penalties, and student loans, are or could be "nondischargeable". Be sure to ask the lawyer about these and to list them. If you had a recent divorce settlement or are in a divorce, be sure and disclose all facts.
Trusts and Estates
Personal InjuryOther exemptions are available for ERISA-qualified accounts, retirement accounts, personal injury proceeds, equity in insurance policies, tools of the trade, money earned in the last 60 days, 529 plans, and various other items. The attorney can discuss the specifics of these exemptions; however, you need to know that property owned and not specifically exempted will become property of the trustee. The lawyer can tell you exactly what exemptions you will be entitled to. If you own anything not covered by these exemptions, you will lose it to the trustee in Chapter 7. THE TRUSTEE CAN ALSO TAKE PROPERTY CONVEYED TO SOMEONE ELSE OR PAYMENTS MADE TO REPAY CERTAIN DEBTS TO FAMILY MEMBERS AND OTHERS UP TO FOUR YEARS BEFORE FILING. If you have made any such transfers, BE SURE AND TELL THE ATTORNEY and listen carefully to his advice concerning the transfers.
Social Security Disability
Business and Corporate Law
Business DisputesWe take pride in representing the special needs and interests of our clients and are known for successful representation of what is fair and just. We are concerned and care about each client's individual needs and desires where working together as a team and sharing complete and honest information is a formula for success.
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