Maryland Bankruptcy Options
Maryland bankruptcy options vary based on several factors, including your income, whether you’re able to repay your debts, and your goals. For many people, Chapter 13 bankruptcy makes the most sense. However, Chapter
What Documents Do You Need to File Chapter 13 Bankruptcy?
In order to file for Chapter 13 bankruptcy, you’ll need to compile a pretty significant amount of information that shows the U.S. Bankruptcy Court that you’re in need of debt relief. Your Maryland bankruptcy attorney can
What Does the Trustee Do in a Chapter 13 Bankruptcy?
When you file for Chapter 13 bankruptcy in Maryland, the courts will assign a trustee to your case. The trustee is responsible for handling the court’s end of your case. What Does a Trustee Do in Chapter 13 Bankruptcy? T
What is a Chapter 13 Repayment Plan?
When you file for Chapter 13 bankruptcy in Maryland, you’ll have to come up with a repayment plan so your creditors get a fair amount under the law—but what, exactly, goes into a repayment plan, and how is it structured?
Chapter 13 Bankruptcy Filing: What You Need to Know
Who can file for Chapter 13 bankruptcy, and what do you have to repay? Will you be able to keep your belongings? These are just a handful of the most common questions we hear in our office about wage earner’s plans—but
What is the Automatic Stay in Chapter 13 Bankruptcy?
When you file for Chapter 13 bankruptcy, your creditors have to stop calling you, emailing you, and sending you notices that you owe money by mail. They’re no longer allowed to attempt to collect debts because the court
Chapter 13 Bankruptcy for Sole Proprietors in Maryland
When you’re considering bankruptcy in Maryland (or elsewhere), it pays to know as much as possible about the Chapter 13 discharge process, how bankruptcy can stop foreclosure, and the differences between other types of d
What Are the Advantages to Chapter 13 Bankruptcy?
Chapter 13 bankruptcy is very different from other forms of bankruptcy, such as Chapter 7. It offers several advantages that other forms of debt relief don’t, as well. Before you choose to file for bankruptcy, it’s a go