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Student Loans in Chapter 13 in Minnesota

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XGD622phGKw&t=66s

Bankruptcy meetings will continue to be done telephonically through November

In a bankruptcy case, you don’t actually go to court, but there is a necessary appearance with the trustee called a meeting of creditors, which traditionally has been held at the courthouse. These have been getting done by phone conference…

Minnesota State Bar Bankruptcy Section Consumer subcommittee on May 12, 2020

Tim will speak at a zoom CLE conference before the Minnesota State Bar Bankruptcy Section Consumer subcommittee on May 12 at 6:00 PM on the subject of chapter 13, including new trends on handling student loans, and new laws and policies in light…

Options for Chapter 13 Debtors 

Many people in an existing, confirmed chapter 13 plan have suffered a change of income, and have inquired about their options. Even debtors whose income has not been impacted have a few new options to consider.  When a chapter 13 debtor’s…

New Median Income Figures Go Into Effect April 1, 2020

The Department of Justice recently did its semiannual adjustments of the median income figures, which are effective in bankruptcy cases filed after April 1, 2020. The median income is an important figure, as debtors below that figure are almost…
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New median income figures go into effect November 1, 2019

The Department of Justice recently did its semiannual adjustments of the median income figures, which are effective in bankruptcy cases filed after November 1, 2019. The median income is an important figure, as debtors below that figure are…
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Keeping your house (or car) in bankruptcy (Video)

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=S8bsZuJ-Mts Sometimes people wonder "Do I actually have to file on my house (or my car)?" And the answer is, well, yes, but basically you just gotta keep making the payments. And the way to visualize this,…

New median income figures, effective April 1, 2018

The Department of Justice recently did its semiannual adjustments of the median income figures, which are effective in bankruptcy cases filed after April 1, 2018. The median income is an important figure, as debtors below that figure are almost…

Will I be able to continue seeing my doctor after a bankruptcy?

For non-emergency services, a medical clinic or dentist can stop seeing you as a patient for any reason, including nonpayment, even if that is due to bankruptcy. As a practical matter, medical clinics, and dentist will permit you to continue…

Can I file bankruptcy on my association dues?

When you buy into a condominium or townhouse, you will be subject to an association, whose fees, bylaws and rules “run with the land.” By operation of the agreement itself, if you fail to pay the dues (or any additional amounts that are…