Bankruptcy Law in California - Borowitz & Clark

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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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Calendar on a table
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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Gavel next to stacked legal books
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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Stack of books needed to study for pro se bankruptcy
While a Pro Se bankruptcy may sound tempting on the surface, the reality is most cases are unsuccessful. Here's what you need to know.
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Tax refund with 1040 form
Getting a tax refund is always something millions of Americans look forward to each year, but what happens if you've filed Bankruptcy? Here's what to know.
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Couple sorting through debt paperwork
Nondischargeable debt is a type of debt that is incapable of being discharged via bankruptcy. Here are the types of things that fall under this category.
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Cosigner signing bankruptcy paperwork
A cosigner in a California bankruptcy can have different responsibilities depending on whether it's a Chapter 7 or 13 case. Learn the differences here.
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Will I lose my job if I file for bankruptcy? This is a regular question our clients ask, and the answer can be a bit complicated. Here's what to know.
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Medical debt was postulated as something that might decrease with the introduction of the ACA, but closer analysis reveals that may not be the case.
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The meeting of creditors is one of the anticipated parts of any bankruptcy case; here's what you need to know to be prepared for one.
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At its most basic form, a chapter 13 hardship discharge is a way to discharge remaining unsecured debts after a payment plan. Here's what you need to know.
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Because they're needed, it's no surprise people have dozens of questions about cars and bankruptcy when underoing the process. Here's what you need to know.
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