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Chapter 11 Bankruptcy Beyond Basics

Winter Park Florida attorney Eric Lanigan explains Chapter 11 bankruptcy beyond basics explaining the process and actions that occur in Chapter 11 bankruptcy. I’m Eric Lanigan with Lanigan and Lanigan attorneys in Winter Park. I’m going to talk for a few minutes about some fundamentals of bankruptcy law specifically as it relates to Chapter 11 […]

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Chapter 11 Bankruptcy Basics

Before filing bankruptcy, it is prudent to understand the Chapter 11 bankruptcy basics in order to anticipate what is ahead. Chapter 11 Bankruptcy Basics Explained I’m Eric Lanigan with Lanigan and Lanigan attorneys in Winter Park Florida. I’m going to talk for a minute about some fundamentals of Chapter 11 Bankruptcy. You may also watch the video […]

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What is Chapter 11 Bankruptcy?

What is Chapter 11 Bankruptcy? Orlando Florida attorneys Eric Lanigan and Roddy Lanigan give the fundamental explanation about what Chapter 11 bankruptcy is and who is eligible to file a Chapter 11. What is Chapter 11 Bankruptcy? A Chapter 11 bankruptcy is the first thing that many people consider when they have more debt than […]

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How Long Does it Take to File Florida Bankruptcy?

How long does it take to file Florida bankruptcy? When you decide to file bankruptcy it’s a important to understand the bankruptcy process. Of course you’ll want an attorney to explain it to you. But right now, online as you’re learning and researching your options, you’re anxious, worried, hoping to get rid of the debt […]

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Florida’s Real Estate Outlook as of October 2014

What is Florida’s real estate outlook as of October 2014 and what can homeowners expect moving forward? States with the most bankruptcy filings in October 2014 in order were Tennessee, Alabama, Georgia, Utah, and Illinois. How is Florida’s Real Estate Outlook as of October 2014? Total U.S bankruptcy filings decreased 12 percent in October 2014 […]

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Financially, Bankruptcy May Not Be Best

When considering filing for bankruptcy consult an attorney because financially, bankruptcy may not be the best solution for everyone. Understand That Financially Bankruptcy May Not be the Best I’m Eric Lanigan with Lanigan and Lanigan attorneys in Winter Park. Just Because You Want to File Bankruptcy, Doesn’t Mean You Should We do bankruptcies and we […]

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Refinance or Loan Modification After Bankruptcy

Should you do a refinance or loan modification after bankruptcy? Winter Park bankruptcy attorney Eric Lanigan explains the considerations for each after filing bankruptcy. I’m Eric Lanigan with Lanigan and Lanigan attorneys in Winter Park. Want to talk for a minute about a question that comes up a great deal these days and that is if […]

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What Is Florida Bankruptcy Fraud

What is Florida bankruptcy fraud? Purposely trying to hide assets or withhold information in bankruptcy is a bad decision which could result in fraud. Attorney Eric Lanigan explains more about what constitutes bankruptcy fraud. I’m Eric Lanigan with Lanigan and Lanigan attorneys in Winter Park, Florida. What is Florida Bankruptcy Fraud? As most of you […]

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Florida Bankruptcy Exemptions Differ From Federal

Florida bankruptcy exemptions differ from Federal, however Florida residents must use the Florida exemptions. Several states allow the use of either state or federal exemptions when filing bankruptcy but that is not the case in Florida. Legal Domicile: Florida Bankruptcy Exemptions Differ From Federal As a rule, the state’s bankruptcy laws to which you must […]

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You Can Sue If Creditors Ignore the Automatic Stay

When you file bankruptcy, the courts immediately impose an automatic stay and you can sue if creditors ignore the automatic stay. The automatic stay is issued in order to stop any action to collect on those debts. That includes lawsuits, phone calls and letters. However, what happens if creditors do not stop calling? Eric Lanigan […]

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