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Will Bankruptcy Work for Unpaid Taxes?

Will Bankruptcy Work for Unpaid Taxes?

The answer is maybe.  Depending on the type of tax, bankruptcy may erase/discharge the taxes.  If you owe federal income tax, then those taxes can be discharged/erased if it qualifies.  California income tax cannot be discharged/erased, along with...
Bank Levy – What they mean to you.

Bank Levy – What they mean to you.

Bank Levy is when a judgment creditor seizes monies and/or property inside of a safety deposit box.  When a bank levy is served on a judgment debtor’s bank, the bank must give written notice to the judgment debtor that it has been served a bank levy and the bank...
Debt Validation Services

Debt Validation Services

Debt Validation is a when an individual or business demands that a creditor substantiates that (i) the debt is owed by him/her/it, (ii) accounting of the debt amount, and (iii) the chain of custody if the creditor is not the original creditor.  Ex: Mary is the...
What is a Writ of Execution?

What is a Writ of Execution?

Writ of Execution is a court form filed by a judgment creditor requesting a court to allow a sheriff or similar party to take possession of a judgment debtor’s property.  After a judgment creditor receives a court-filed writ of execution, the judgment creditor...
Preparing for Bankruptcy

Preparing for Bankruptcy

If you have decided to file for bankruptcy, you should set aside 4 – 7 hours for gathering documents and reviewing your petition.  If you are incredibly organized, then obtaining the necessary documents will be quick; however, if you are like most of us, the...