While the physical effects of COVID-19 have been devastating to those who have fallen ill to the virus, businesses and individuals are also suffering from the effects of social distancing and quarantine measures. Although these restrictions have only been in place for a few months, many businesses have struggled to make ends meet due to […]
The devastation caused by COVID-19 has impacted individuals and businesses on a global scale. Not only has it cost many lives, but the pandemic has also created devastating financial effects for individuals, families, and businesses. Due to the financial impact of the virus, many find themselves in the worst financial situation they’ve yet faced. In […]
When facing bankruptcy, choosing your best option can be a challenging and emotional decision. But when you’re planning for your financial future, it’s important to recognize your options and the distinctions between the types of bankruptcy you can file for. Chapter 7 and Chapter 13 bankruptcy are two legal options available for individuals facing extreme […]
In this video, Bankruptcy Attorney, Mark Mellor talks about the differences between Chapter 7 and 13 Bankruptcy.
Mark Mellor discusses the difference between Chapter 7 & Chapter 13 bankruptcies. The Mellor Law Firm’s bankruptcy attorneys serve Twentynine Palms, CA and surrounding areas with free consultations.
In this video, attorney Mark Mellor discusses if you qualify for Chapter 7 bankruptcy and the differences between Chapter 7 & Chapter 13. If you have questions about which type of filing you qualify for, please contact The Mellor Law Firm today for a free consultation with a bankruptcy attorney.
In this video, Attorney Mark Mellor walks you through the difference between Chapter 7 & Chapter 13 bankruptcy and which might be best for you. Contact our bankruptcy lawyers today at (951) 221-4744.
The short story is you cannot discharge student loans. The longer story is that it is dischargeable if it would “impose undue hardship.” Most courts require a strong showing of “undue hardship” before allowing discharge of student loans. “Undue hardship” is defined as: (1) That she cannot maintain, based on current income and expenses, a ‘minimal’ […]
Is Tax Dischargeable? Five Rules That Must All Be Satisified To Discharge Taxes The Three Year Rule The most recent due date to file the return for the tax year in question is more than three years old. The most recent due date. Normally April 15th of the following year or October 15th if an […]
A. Fact Pattern: If an individual owns a condominium and surrenders it to the secured creditor in a bankruptcy can homeowner’s association fees and assessments continue to accrue post-petition? 11 U.S.C. § 523(a)(16) 11 U.S.C. § 523(a)(16) does not discharge an individual debtor from any debt for a fee or assessment that becomes due and […]