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Can answer questions about bankruptcy, lawsuits or judgments that have been filed against you. Also can answer questions about tax issues, property that is facing foreclosure, repossession of vehicles, and wage garnishments. 915 261-3893

Brian V. Lee, Esq.

Please note that I do not answer Private questions. All questions related to consumer and business bankruptcy, debt management, and personal finances are welcome. Serving clients in the DC-metropolitan area since 2005, I am licensed in Virginia and the District of Columbia. I have provided counsel to hundreds of clients with a wide variety of complex legal and financial issues. Feel free to visit the Lee Legal website for more information.

Los Angeles Bankruptcy Lawyer Leon D. Bayer

Leon Bayer is a bankruptcy attorney in Los Angeles, California. Leon has successfully represented clients in Los Angeles bankruptcy cases for over 30 years. He is frequently called upon by the media, the California Bar and other associations to provide insight and help educate attorneys on bankruptcy issues. Leon Bayer es un abogado de bancarrota en Los Angeles, California. León ha representado exitosamente a clientes en casos de bancarrota de Los Ángeles por más de 30 años. Él es llamado con frecuencia en los medios de comunicación, la barra de California y otras asociaciones para proporcionar información y ayudar a educar a los abogados en materia de quiebra. Leon's Los Angeles bankruptcy law firm is Bayer, Wishman & Leotta, founded in 1989 and has successfully represented individuals and commercial clients in bankruptcy proceedings for over 22 years. Leon Bayer and his partner, Jeff Wishman, are Certified Bankruptcy Specialists who bring experience, skill and creativity to the highly complex area of bankruptcy law. And not just a little experience. Between the two partners, they have over 60 years of experience as bankruptcy attorneys representing consumer debtors in Los Angeles, Long Beach, Woodland Hills, North Hollywood and the entire Los Angeles basin .....


Consumer bankruptcy questions invited. I've been filing Chapter 7, 11 and 13 cases since 1985 in Calif and Arizona. I do NOT do homework questions. Let me know what state you're located in when you write. My bankruptcy practice is limited to California and Arizona but inquiries from other states are welcome. Your local jurisdiction determines exemptions. Find more background information at our website, Individual Chapter 11 and small business chapter 11 questions invited. We can also advise on the creditor's side if for example you have a fraud case, money judgment etc against someone who has filed (or is threatening) bankruptcy. We have filed and defended numerous adversary complaints in bankruptcy court and opposed trustees' demands for turnover of assets from time to time.

Michael T. Hertz

I am already listed as a volunteer under "Collections Law," but actually I am a bankruptcy lawyer. I am a member of bar in California and in Massachusetts and have practiced in bankruptcy since 1978 and have also taught bankruptcy law at the law school level (in Maine and Oregon). I can answers questions with respect to all bankruptcy chapters, having represented creditors, debtors, trustees, creditors committees, and persons involved in defending actions in bankruptcy court.

Mark Markus

Mark Markus has been practicing exclusively bankruptcy law in California since 1991. Based in Los Angeles, California, he is a Certified Specialist in bankruptcy law by the State Bar of California and is rated A+ by the Better Business Bureau and AV-rated by Martindale-Hubbell. He represents debtors, creditors, and Trustees in Chapter 7, Chapter 11, and Chapter 13 throughout California.

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2017-02-02 chapter 7:

If these creditors don't have a judgment you have nothing to worry about.  Even if they had a judgment, in Nevada you can exempt from judgment levy a car up to $30,000 in equity;  or if it's specially

2017-02-01 chapter 7:

The trustee may want the payments you paid him for the last 12 months paid to the estate as "insider transfers" - you should contact a local attorney on this when you file.  The trustee won't be able to

2016-12-20 Can a bankruptcy trusty order a:

A bankruptcy trustee can ask for the return of the money or assets. If the recipient won't turn it over, the trustee may sue the recipient and seek a court judgment against the recipient to recover the

2016-11-26 What can a person do so:

Trump's circumstance resulted from a law passed in the last twenty years that specifically applied to real estate developers.   You can only put $7,000.00 a year in an IRA to defer the tax.  Whether the

2016-11-26 What can a person do so that:

What you're asking is a hypothetical question about something that may or may not happen in 20 years which I can't possibly answer because we have no idea what your circumstances will be then.    Can you

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