Monthly Archives: February 2014

Can I get a fee waiver for my chapter 7 bankruptcy?

The short answer: it depends on your monthly income and how many dependents you claim. One of the most difficult things for people planning to file for bankruptcy is finding enough money to pay an attorney to represent them. On … Continue reading

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How do I download my taxes from the IRS?

As a bankruptcy attorney I feel like I am always chasing down documents. There are a number of documents that need to be gathered and filed as part of your bankruptcy whether it is chapter 7 or chapter 13. Most … Continue reading

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The Fromm Six

I use NetNewsWire to read my RSS feeds and I read a variety of different blogs, some of which include other attorneys’ blogs. One of my favorite blogs is Dan Harris’s China Law Blog. I read a recent post wherein … Continue reading

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Fisker sold for $149.2 million

Fisker has been sold for $149.2 million to Chinese carmaker Wanxiang. Fisker experienced financial troubles which eventually led to the company filing for chapter 11 bankruptcy. While the sale seems to be fairly certain it still needs to be approved … Continue reading

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Payday loan bill flies through House Committee

The Utah Legislative Session is up and running and the bills are passing. One of the bills of interest to me is HB127. This bill is designed to reform many of the practices of Payday loan companies. Today it sailed … Continue reading

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