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5,607 Bankruptcy Filings Last Month in Orange County and Riverside

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The Central District of California includes San Luis Obispo County, Santa Barbara County, Ventura County, Los Angeles, Orange County, San Bernardino County, and Riverside County. Within the Central District Jurisdiction, there were 5,607 total bankruptcy filings last month, March 2014. Out of all the California Districts (Northern, Southern, Eastern, Central), the Central District of California Continue Reading

2012 Federal and State Income Tax and Bankruptcy

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Each year during tax season, potential clients are always curious to know about federal and state income tax filings and how they will relate to a bankruptcy. Some may find it difficult to manage income tax and other personal financial matters such as bankruptcy all at the same time, but with the assistance of our Continue Reading

Riverside Bankruptcy 2012 Year in Review

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Bankruptcy Law Professionals services in Riverside and the rest of the Inland Empire proved successful in helping thousands of people in 2012 from our Riverside bankruptcy office. There were many common themes that the general consumers were bringing to the table for us to help resolve. Major issues in the news like student loans and Continue Reading

Bankruptcy in Orange County: 2012 in Review

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Bankruptcy Law Professionals has great wins from 2012 to report to all clients and potential clients. We would like to take this opportunity to provide a bankruptcy services review of 2012. 2012 allowed us to learn much more about the needs of the people in Orange County, California. Real estate issues were extremely important for Continue Reading

The Fiscal Cliff is Coming

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We are about a month an a half away from the “fiscal cliff”. If Congress does not come to an agreement on the budget to allow federal programs to continue operating, such as the unemployment program, then all of these programs will come to a halt and tax hikes and spending cuts will follow. When Continue Reading

San Bernardino Files for Municipal Bankruptcy

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The city of San Bernardino has made the decision to file for municipal bankruptcy. Reports say it has $150,000 left in its bank account to pay its employees through July 15th. The bankruptcy protection will protect the city from losing more assets to creditors so they can pay their employees. San Bernardino was one of Continue Reading

Orange County Bankruptcy Attorney Stops Foreclosure

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Although Orange County’s real estate market seems to be on the brink of recovery, there are still many homeowners who are in default of their mortgage. For these homeowners, Bankruptcy Law Professionals can be of great assistance. Bankruptcy Law Professionals has spent the past several years helping hundreds of people in Orange County with mortgage Continue Reading

BLP Riverside Bankruptcy Attorneys Continue to Stop Foreclosure

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July 4th is a day to celebrate the independence of our county and what we are founded upon. Our founders created a government that provides us with the rights to live life in a fair and prosperous society. Today, after our celebration of independence, we can realize that the systems of government in place give Continue Reading

Mammoth Lakes is Filing For Bankruptcy Protection. Should You?

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Recently, we have seen the cities in California make the news for filing for bankruptcy protection. Stockton recently made headlines with this and now Mammoth Lakes. If you are in California, chances are, you have enjoyed the Mammoth ski resorts at one time or another. We’ve watched Mammoth Lakes’ growth over the years from the Continue Reading

Creditors Force Stockton Bankruptcy

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The city of Stockton is now filing for bankruptcy. What can consumers learn from the bankruptcy filing of a city? We can take a look at how the city’s dealings with their creditors finally pushed them into bankruptcy. Stockton went through countless hours of meetings with their creditors to see if they can negotiate payment Continue Reading