Social Security benefits are considered exempt property under federal law and are protected from creditors in bankruptcy.
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5 Bankruptcy Terms You Need to Know
Learn these 5 bankruptcy terms you need to know and you be ahead of most non attorney participants in the bankruptcy court system. Using an experienced bankruptcy attorney to help you navigate a complex court system will save you time and money in most circumstances.
Bankruptcy in 2021
Bankruptcy in 2021 still spans the time of the Covid-19 pandemic. Last year many of my clients were able to start the bankruptcy process ahead of the curve because they were able to use a portion of their stimulus checks to cover court and attorney fees.
Most people are waiting too long to file bankruptcy
Bankruptcy should not be the last resort when nothing is left to your name. If you put it off too long you might find yourself in a hole you’re unable to afford to dig yourself out of without time and serious self-discipline. Many of my clients here in Utah are surprised to learn that many of things they lost, just before they choose to file bankruptcy, could actually have been saved if we had talked just a bit sooner. Don’t let this be you.
Utah Debt Lawyer
Excessive debt causes problems. Excessive debt causes stress. Excessive debt is one on the main causes of divorce. Excessive debt can be dealt with. A Utah debt lawyer can help you deal with your debts. The Utah Bankruptcy Guy team deals with excessive debt every day using federal laws to help you get your life back. Using bankruptcy the team at the Utah Bankruptcy Guy has helped thousands of Utah families eliminate excessive debt
Divorce or Bankruptcy First
The different stages of divorce affect some of your options within bankruptcy which you should make your attorney aware of. For example: Are you already divorced? Are you separated? Are you meeting with divorce attorney right now? These and other scenarios ultimately affect filing and whose stuff is affected.
Bankruptcy in Retirement
Filing a Utah bankruptcy in retirement is a legitimate effort to rid oneself of oppressing debt that cannot be tackled on a fixed income. Being stuck with a lot of debt in retirement is challenging
According to a recent article in the New York Times there is a tsunami wave of foreclosures and evictions about to occur in this country due to the Covid-19 pandemic. Up until this point, government aid has kept a dozen million Americans in their homes, but that cushion won’t last forever. Polls and surveys show that in the next few months it’s estimated that 2 million Americans will be evicted from their homes and apartments for the next several month.