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Chapter 7 vs. Chapter 13 Bankruptcy – by Wisconsin Bankruptcy Attorney

Chapter 7 vs. Chapter 13 Bankruptcy - by Wisconsin Bankruptcy Attorney Chapter 7 and Chapter 13 bankruptcies are very different, and you may only be eligible to file one or the other.  In a Chapter 7, you discharge all of your unsecured debts (with a few exceptions like child support, taxes, student loans - note: this list is not all-inclusive).  In a Chapter 13, you will pay back a portion of your debts over a 3 or 5-year period.  Which chapter...
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Can I keep my 401k if I file for bankruptcy? by Wisconsin Bankruptcy Attorney

Can I keep my 401k if I file for bankruptcy?  by Wisconsin Bankruptcy Attorney We get this question a lot.  The short answer is “yes.”  In most cases you can keep 100% of your 401k or similar retirement plan when you file for bankruptcy.  Please contact our office today to analyze the specific facts of your case. We offer services to all of southeast Wisconsin including Germantown, West Bend, Mequon, Menomonee Falls, Sussex, Wauwatosa, Milwaukee, and surrounding areas.  ...
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Can I keep my 401k if I file for bankruptcy? by Wisconsin Bankruptcy Attorney

Can I keep my 401k if I file for bankruptcy?  by Wisconsin Bankruptcy Attorney We get this question a lot.  The short answer is “yes.”  In most cases you can keep 100% of your 401k or similar retirement plan when you file for bankruptcy.  Please contact our office today to analyze the specific facts of your case. We offer services to all of southeast Wisconsin including Germantown, West Bend, Mequon, Menomonee Falls, Sussex, Wauwatosa, Milwaukee, and surrounding areas....
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How do I obtain my own divorce in Wisconsin – by Wisconsin Divorce Attorney

How do I obtain my own divorce in Wisconsin – by Wisconsin Divorce Attorney Obtaining your own divorce in Wisconsin can be a daunting task if you are not familiar with the court system.  The paperwork and processes involved are tricky, and must be completed correctly in order for the judge to finalize your divorce.  Although it is entire possible to obtain your own divorce, you may need help with the paperwork and process.  This is where our office can help! ...
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Use your tax refund to file for bankruptcy! by Wisconsin Bankruptcy Attorney

Use your tax refund to file for bankruptcy!  by Wisconsin Bankruptcy Attorney If you received a tax refund and are wondering if you can use that money to file for bankruptcy, the answer is, of course you can!  In fact, investing your tax refund to pay for your bankruptcy make perfect sense.  Paying a small fee to discharge $1000s in debt is a good way to utilize those tax refunds.  Call our office today to schedule your free consult. We represent Wisconsin’s...
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