VALDOSTA BANKRUPTCY: What documents do I need to bring to my free consultation?

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VALDOSTA BANKRUPTCY: QUESTION OF THE DAY What documents do I need to bring to my free consultation? Nothing. You don’t have to bring any documents to the initial consultation. This initial meeting is so that you can sit down with an attorney to learn what the different kinds of bankruptcy can do for you and to help you decide if …

VALDOSTA BANKRUPTCY: Do I have to list all of my creditors?

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Do I have to list all of my creditors? Yes. When filing bankruptcy, you are required by law to list all of your creditors. In fact, you sign your schedules and statements under a penalty of perjury that they are complete and accurate. However, after listing all of your creditors, your bankruptcy may propose that certain creditors are treated differently …

VALDOSTA BANKRUPTCY: QUESTION OF THE DAY

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Can bankruptcy stop a garnishment? Absolutely. Filing a bankruptcy imposes an automatic stay against most collection activities. This is the fancy way of saying it stops creditors from demanding payment, filing suit, garnishing wages, repossessing property, or trying to collect. There are some limited exceptions to this rule so you should always speak with a qualified local bankruptcy attorney. Remember …

VALDOSTA BANKRUPTCY: QUESTION OF THE DAY

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How much are Chapter 13 attorney’s fees? The administrative order on attorney’s fees in Chapter 13 for this District states that the agreed fee shall not exceed $3250.00. Because most Chapter 13 plans are for 5 years, this is what you can expect to pay your attorney over that 5-year period. Usually this fee is included in the monthly plan …