Chapter 128 – The Bankruptcy Alternative – by Wisconsin Bankruptcy Attorney Chapter 128 is a great alternative for people when Bankruptcy is not an option. Under the 128 plan, the State of Wisconsin will oversee the repayment of your debts. While your 128 is in progress, creditors cannot garnish your wages, charge late fees or interest. In addition, you can choose what debts you want included in the plan. There are no penalties for pay the plan off early, and it...more
How to obtain a cheap divorce – by Wisconsin Pro Se Divorce Lawyer Do you need to obtain a divorce and cannot afford to hire separate legal representation? Our pro se divorce service might be the answer for you. If you and your spouse agree on the terms of your divorce, but do not know where to begin, let us help you. Our service is affordable, and easy to use. Keep in mind, we cannot provide legal advice with this service,...more
Get out of debt - by Wisconsin Bankruptcy Attorney Right now, you may be experiencing financial difficulty. Perhaps you find yourself struggling to pay your bills at the end of each and every month. Maybe you’ve had a life-changing experience, such as a divorce, loss of job, or serious illness and now you're behind on the bills and there's no way you can catch-up. Whatever the reason, we understand. Our bankruptcy team at Ryczek Law has been helping individuals and families...more
Does Filing Bankruptcy Reinstate a Suspended Driver's License? by Wisconsin Bankruptcy Attorney. The answer is YES. If you file for Chapter 7 or Chapter 13 bankruptcy, your driver's license will be reinstated if it was suspended due to a judgment or other debt-related issue. However, if your license is suspended due to a criminal violation, bankruptcy will not help reinstate it. If you live in Southeastern Wisconsin (West Bend, Menomonee Falls, Sussex, Lannon, Butler, Wauwatosa, Cedarburg, Germantown, Jackson, Richfield, Slinger, Hartford, Mequon,...more
Are student loans included in bankruptcy? by Wisconsin Bankruptcy Attorney I get this question frequently, as most of my clients owe some form of student loans. The short answer is, no, federal and private student loans are not dischargeable in bankruptcy; and, you will likely need to repay this debt. However, the following is an exception:more
- If you can establish "undue hardship," your student loans will be discharged. However, "undue hardship" is a difficult standard to meet. The Court, though a rather...