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Jordan E. Bublick Kendall Bankruptcy Attorney
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The Bankruptcy Code requires that you take a certain approved credit counseling course during the 180 days prior to the filing of a bankruptcy case. The course must be taken from an approved nonprofit budget and credit counseling agency. The course may be taken in person, over the telephone, or over the internet.
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Bankruptcy Case vs. Bankruptcy Case
On January 18, 2015, Fox Rothschild's Delaware Bankruptcy Litigation blog published a post  "Caesars Bankruptcy: Illinois Bankruptcy Proceeding Stayed by Delaware Bankruptcy Court".  The article reviews a situation where creditors filed a petition for an in...
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(305) 891-4055 - Free Initial Consultation - Office: Miami - Aventura - Bankruptcy Attorney Jordan E. Bublick - 25 Years Experience -  www.bublicklaw.com Chapter 13  and  chapter 7  bankruptcy are the types of bankruptcy used by individuals to obtain debt r...
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Mortgage Modification under the Bankruptcy Court's New "Mortgage Modification Mediation" Program
The Bankruptcy Courts in Miami has recently started a new program to help people get a mortgage modification in your to help them save their home from foreclosure with the assistance of the bankruptcy court as part of their   chapter 13 bankruptcy  case.  M...
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Chapter 13 debtor may modify the rights of holders of secured except most secured claims secured by real property that is the debtor's principal residence.  
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Student loans are generally non-dischargeable in bankruptcy unless repayment would cause the debtor "undue hardship." The Brunner three-part test is most used by the Court's to determine whether an undue hardship exists.  This test looks as to whether the debtor can maintain a minimal standard of living if forced to repay the student loan, whether the debtor present circumstances are likely to persist for a significant period of time, and whether the debtor has made a good faith effort to repay the loans.
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