Song Captures the Frustration Many Facing Bankruptcy and Foreclosure Feel.

Posted April 9th, 2012 in Blog by admin

As a Bankruptcy Attorney, I am in position to see many people during the most difficult and trying time of their lives.  The frustration that they feel can be difficult to put into words at times, but it is certainly palpable in many instances.  Many of the people I meet with have been fighting very hard to save their home.  However, after so much effort, they often find it has been in vain.  The bank ends up refusing to modify their loan (or the process takes too long), and they find themselves facing foreclosure. Continue Reading »

Chicago Bankruptcy Alphabet: A is for Automatic Stay

Posted January 5th, 2012 in Blog by admin

When you file a Bankruptcy, generally you do so to stop your creditors on a number of fronts.  If you are being harassed, garnished, or foreclosed upon, a Bankruptcy affords you some level of control over the behavior of your creditors.  The reason is the Automatic Stay, and every should be able to discuss its power with you. Lindsey Law Office focuses its practice solely in the area of Chicago Bankruptcy , and can provide you with top-tier representation. Continue Reading »

What Your Chicago Bankruptcy Attorney needs to Tell You about Property Transfers before You File Bankruptcy.

Posted September 8th, 2011 in Blog by admin

There are many things that your Chicago Bankruptcy Attorney needs to take into account when you begin working of filing Bankruptcy.  A big part of your attorney’s analysis will deal with transfers of property that you have made during the last 4 years in particular.  These transfers can have a dramatic effect on your Bankruptcy filing and you should make sure that you discuss them with your Chicago Bankruptcy Attorney so you know what to expect once the case is filed. Continue Reading »

How can a Chicago Bankruptcy Attorney help me save my Stuff from my Creditors?

Posted September 5th, 2011 in Blog by admin

As a Chicago Bankruptcy Attorney, a regular concern I see when someone begins to consider bankruptcy is how they will be able to protect their stuff from creditors after they file bankruptcy.  This is a natural concern to have, and can sometimes make or break a case when determining if you can file chapter 7 Bankruptcy.  A skilled Chicago Bankruptcy Attorney will be able to help you figure out how best to protect your things. Continue Reading »

Posted September 1st, 2011 in Blog by admin

Determining the necessity of a Chicago Chapter 7 Bankruptcy requires taking into account many different factors at once.  The question in the title comes up every so often from prospective clients.  As with most Bankruptcy situations, depending on some of the circumstances, it may be unnecessary to file a Chicago Chapter 7 Bankruptcy if your sole source of income is Social Security.