What Is The Florida Bankrupty Means Test?

Posted on : March 25, 2019
Florida Chapter 7 Bankruptcy Attorney
The Means Test Determines if You Can File a Chapter 7 Bankruptcy The means test determines your debt to income ratio to qualify or disqualify you from filing for a Chapter 7 bankruptcy. Because a Chapter 7 bankruptcy allows you to have most, if not all, of your debt discharged, the court needs to make …

Can Filing for Bankruptcy Stop a Foreclosure in Florida?

Posted on : February 22, 2019
Foreclosure when filing a Bankruptcy in Orlando
Bankruptcy And Foreclosure In Florida During their life, many people face economic hardships that make it difficult to meet their financial obligations. For some people, an economic hardship is a one-time problem or it comes and goes. For others, dealing with financial challenges is integrated into their everyday life. Regardless of whether you fall on …

Which Type of Florida Bankruptcy Is Right for Me?

Posted on : February 6, 2019
Bankruptcy Options with Caplan Bankruptcy, Orlando, Florida
There are two primary types of bankruptcy for individuals — a Chapter 7 bankruptcy and a Chapter 13 bankruptcy. Each accomplish different things and the right fit depends on a lot of factors. Here’s what you need to know about each to find out which type of Florida bankruptcy is right for your needs. Chapter …

Will Filing for Bankruptcy Halt a Civil Lawsuit?

Posted on : August 23, 2017
make sure you understand the connections between bankruptcy and civil lawsuits
  Are you overwhelmed with your finances and frustrated about what to do next? The tension might increase when you discover that you’re facing a civil lawsuit from one of your creditors, and this may prompt you to schedule a meeting with a Florida bankruptcy lawyer immediately. It’s not easy to be in this situation, …

Filing for Bankruptcy Versus Taking No Action: What’s Right for You?

Posted on : July 24, 2017
Overwhelmed with bills? It might be time to file for bankruptcy
Bankruptcy might seem like a good way to get back on your feet in case you’re struggling with debt but most people who are contemplating bankruptcy may not know that they can wait to file it. Consulting with an attorney can help to illuminate your individual circumstances. There are times when doing nothing may be …