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How To Avoid Bankruptcy Court Filing Fees

Is There A Way to Avoid Court Filing Fees? The filing fee for Chapter 7 bankruptcy is currently $335.  In order to avoid paying a court filing fee for bankruptcy in the Central District, you can apply for a fee waiver. There is an option to allow people to apply to waive the court filing Continue Reading

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

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

Tax Debt in Bankruptcy

The 2014 Tax season is upon us. We are here to help you if you are in need of assistance with tax debt. Many believe that tax debt, IRS debt, or Franchise Tax Board (state tax) debt is not eligible for bankruptcy relief. Bankruptcy Law Professionals is here to tell you that tax debt can Continue Reading

Bankruptcy and Divorce

Our long history of work as a bankruptcy law firm in Riverside and Orange County has brought us clients in many different situations. Divorced clients or clients currently going through a divorce is a situation that we have seen several times from both our Riverside bankruptcy attorneys and our Orange County bankruptcy attorneys. Sometimes, financial Continue Reading

How to Avoid Over-Paying For a Riverside Bankruptcy Attorney

You have many choices in the Riverside County area to choose a bankruptcy attorney to work with. Bankruptcy Law Professionals will always encourage our clients to take the time to choose the Riverside bankruptcy attorney that best suits your needs. As we mention in our advertising, price is important, but make sure you are using Continue Reading

How Do You Decide Between Chapter 7 and Chapter 13 Bankruptcy?

One of the most common questions we get on our phone lines is this: “What is the difference between a Chapter 7 and Chapter 13 bankruptcy?” The simple answer is that a Chapter 7 is the most common consumer level bankruptcy for unsecured debt, and Chapter 13 is a type of bankruptcy that involves a re-organization Continue Reading

Still Think Loan Modification Might Be Your Next Move?

Loan Modifications have been in our local real estate language for several years now. Programs under HAMP or Home Affordable Modification Program have many different programs that are supposedly available to homeowners like HARP or Home Affordable Refinance Program or HARP 2.0. The end-date for HARP according to the Making Home Affordable website is December Continue Reading

Medical Debt and Bankruptcy

Many members of our community in Southern California are looking to bankruptcy to relieve financial problems with medical bills. If you have ever had a medical emergency without proper medical insurance, you know that medical costs are very expensive. Many people who are getting by on unemployment or low wages in the wake of the Continue Reading