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Notice of Defaults in Riverside and San Bernardino

In the counties of Riverside and San Bernardino, there have been 2,585 properties that were in a Notice of Default status at some point within the past 120 days. A Notice of Default is assigned to a property when a mortgage loan on the property is behind on payments for 90 days or more. This Continue Reading

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

How Long Does Bankruptcy Take to Stop Collections?

Collections activities make it very difficult to keep your cash in your bank. The most common collections activities are repossessions, wage garnishments, and bank account levies. A wage garnishment occurs when a judgment is ruled against you in court by one of your creditors who, in-turn, initiates a wage garnishment collection activity with the authorities. Continue Reading

Will Bankruptcy Discharge Your Mortgage?

Clients call in about many different types of debt, but one type of debt that is usually the most important to our clients is their mortgage debt. Mortgage debt is usually the largest debt amount for most home owners. Filing for bankruptcy does not always mean that you will lose your home and wipe out Continue Reading

Is It Ok to Ignore Your Collection Calls?

If you have past due debt, you may be getting collection calls from the company you owe the debt to or from a collections agent that is working for the creditor. The creditor may also sell the debt to another collections company that has more time to focus on collecting a debt. You may be Continue Reading

Do I have Too Little Debt to File Bankruptcy?

How Much Debt Do You Need to File Bankruptcy? A Chapter 7 bankruptcy is the most common type of consumer bankruptcy to get rid of debt that you cannot afford to keep. Whether it is debt from medical treatment, credit card purchases, pay day loans, or left over debt from a repossession, a Chapter 7 Continue Reading

How Do You Rent A Home With a Bankruptcy on Your Credit Record?

If you have a bankruptcy on your credit record, what can you do to find a new apartment or house to rent after your bankruptcy case has been discharged and closed?  Securing a rental property has been a concern for those who are considering bankruptcy as a debt relief solution.  Here’s what you can do Continue Reading

March is National Start A Business Month – Learn About Non-Consumer Debt Ch. 7

With National Start a Business Month on the way in March, keep up with your business acumen and learn how to eliminate your business debt in case things do not go as planned. Bankruptcy Code has some built-in flexibility for dealing with business debt. In this article, we will be taking a closer look at Continue Reading

How Will You Prepare for the Next Recession?

Our stock market reached peak heights last year after a long recession. This year, the equity markets are still very strong, withstanding government polarization and a financial system held up by government stimulus and interest rate manipulation. Some believe it is only a matter of time before the profits in the equity markets will be Continue Reading

Bankruptcy Attorneys in Riverside Court and San Bernardino Court

Bankruptcy Law Professionals has been practicing law in the Inland Empire for over a decade. We understand there are many choices to make when trying to select a bankruptcy attorney in the city of Riverside and surrounding areas, Riverside County, and San Bernardino County. Since the San Bernardino court system and the Riverside court system Continue Reading