What Is Considered Disposable Income for Chapter 13?

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When you file for bankruptcy, no matter which option you choose, the courts look at your disposable income and compare it to your monthly debt obligations. Disposable income is that which you can use to pay down debts, and if you have too much disposable income, the court might deny your request for Chapter 7….

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What Causes Traumatic Brain Injuries?

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Traumatic brain injuries (TBIs) can occur from a variety of situations, but the more common include trips and falls, recreational sports, motor vehicle accidents, and gun violence. TBIs range from mild to severe. Sometimes, a person can fully recover from their TBI with no long-term effects. Other times, a patient may suffer from permanent disabilities….

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What Qualifies as a Wrongful Death Lawsuit?

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Wrongful death lawsuits are civil claims brought against a party who has caused someone’s death. The death might be through purposeful or negligent actions, and because of those actions, they have deprived loved ones of a family member and cost them unnecessary damages. Not all deaths, even those caused by another party, are wrongful deaths….

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What Debts Are Not Dischargeable in Bankruptcy?

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October 10, 2019 One common misconception among consumers is that you can discharge all debts and be 100 percent debt-free if you file for Chapter 7 bankruptcy. While you could discharge a vast majority of your debtors, the belief that you can remove 100 percent of them is untrue. There are a vast number of…

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