August 30, 2013

Will Filing Bankruptcy Affect my Job?

One of the most common questions that new clients asked their bankruptcy attorneys is whether bankruptcy will affect their job. In almost every case,... Read More

August 29, 2013

Who is the Trustee in My Bankruptcy Case?

In order to better administer bankruptcy cases, the Bankruptcy Reform Act of 1978 created the US Trustee program. The US Trustee program is under the... Read More

August 28, 2013

Bankruptcy and Education Expenses

The main purpose of the bankruptcy means test is to prevent wealthy debtors from filing for Chapter 7 Bankruptcy. Debtors who earn more than their... Read More

August 27, 2013

Members of the Fears | Nachawati Law Firm Compete in the Hottest Half and 10K in Dallas, TX

On Sunday, August 25, 2013, the co-founding partners Bryan Fears and Majed Nachawati of Fears | Nachawati Law Firm, along with the firm’s... Read More

August 26, 2013

Personal Guarantees and Bankruptcy

A financially struggling small business owner can become confused as to the extent of his or her personal liability for business debts. The answer is... Read More

August 23, 2013

Who is a Good Candidate for Chapter 7 Bankruptcy?

A person or family whose primary financial difficulty stems from excessive, unsecured debt (i.e., credit cards, medical bills, civil judgments,... Read More

August 22, 2013

Discharging an SBA Loan in Bankruptcy

Defaulting on a Small Business Administration (SBA) Loan has serious consequences. An SBA loan is a private loan for small business owners, made by a... Read More

August 21, 2013

Founding Partner, Bryan Fears, of Fears | Nachawati, Receives Prestigious John C. Ford American Inn of Court Nomination as a Barrister Member.

Bryan Fears, the co-founding partner of Fears | Nachawati Law Firm, was recently nominated to the John C. Ford American Inn of Court as a Barrister... Read More

I Received Notice that my Bankruptcy Case is Being Dismissed, What Should I do?

While in a bankruptcy case a party can move to have the case dismissed. Dismissal put simply, ends the bankruptcy case and you no longer have the... Read More