November 27, 2013

Occupational Driver’s License: Do I Have To Have A Job To Get One?

A common question that arises when a client seeks an occupational driver’s license is “do I have to be working to get one?”  In many... Read More

Buying a Car During Chapter 13 Bankruptcy

Being in Chapter 13 also means that you must play by the bankruptcy court’s rules. One rule is that you may not use credit during the bankruptcy... Read More

November 26, 2013

Justice Department Announces New Means Testing Figures

The United States Trustee Program, a component of the Department of Justice, recently released new median income information to be used in... Read More

November 25, 2013

Life Threatening Inferior Vena Cava (IVC) Filter Reported to Break and Migrate Through the Body

The Inferior Vena Cava (IVC) Filter, a small cone-shaped device, is used to help prevent pulmonary emboli—the blockage to the pulmonary artery.... Read More

Bankruptcy Schedules

The bankruptcy schedules are designed to list all of your assets, debts, income, and expenses. This article will outline the different schedules and... Read More

November 22, 2013

In The News: The Jameis Winston Sexual Assault Case

Speculation continues to surround Florida State star quarterback and Heisman Trophy candidate Jameis Winston regarding an off the field incident from... Read More

The Affects Bankruptcy can have on a Co-signer

On Schedule G of any bankruptcy petition you will find a list any co-debtors or co-signers that you may have on any of your debts. In a chapter 7... Read More

November 21, 2013

Death in Dementia Patients Caused by Risperdal Fraudulent Marketing for Unapproved Uses

For more than a decade Risperdal has been promoted for unproven off-label uses. Although doctors may have a legal right to prescribe drugs for some... Read More

Emergency Bankruptcy Petition

An emergency bankruptcy petition is a three page petition with a “mailing matrix”—a list of creditor names and addresses. The naked petition... Read More