Bankruptcy Law in California - Borowitz & Clark

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Someone you cosigned for is now filing bankruptcy - now what? Here are the steps you should take to protect yourself, and what to expect.
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The shift to a virtual way of doing business can be jarring for some, but bankruptcy cases are benefiting. Here's how.
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You've just come upon a large sum of money after your bankruptcy - is it actually yours to keep? Here's what the law says.
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The CBRA aims to introduce a sweeping round of changes to our bankruptcy system; here's what it actually entails.
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Is it ok to pay your mother back the money she lent you? How about a close friend? Here's what you need to know as far as bankruptcy goes.
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New changes to the California Homestead Exemption may make it easier for California residents to protect their homes.
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It may seem like you don't have many relief options available if you're unemployed, bankruptcy among them; here's what you need to know.
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Many people considering filing for Chapter 7 have questions about their bankruptcy eligibility. Here's what you need to be able to qualify.
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Discharged debt is one of the primary goals of many people seeking bankruptcy, but what exactly happens when a debt is discharged? Here's what to know.
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Joe Biden has endorsed Elizabeth Warren's bankruptcy reform plan, but what would that mean to people looking to file? Here's what to know.
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While there are many factors that can determine how long a bankruptcy can take in Los Angeles, it's just as important to know how it can help right now.
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While not super common through the bankruptcy process, an Adversary Proceeding is a possible outcome that should be prepared for just in case.
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