A bankruptcy provides for instant debt relief and release from credit obligations called a bankruptcy discharge.
As your attorney, I help you qualify, stop lawsuits, keep or let go assets and wipe out debt.
Chapter 7 or Chapter 13 bankruptcy may be appropriate when you’ve lost all control of personal finances due to a change in circumstance such as health issues, loss of employment, or divorce. If you can no longer afford your household’s ordinary expenses and are struggling to maintain important assets the bankruptcy process allows for a fresh start.
When a tornado, hurricane, fire, earthquake, hailstorm, or any other weather event damages your home, the last thing you want to worry about is whether your insurance company will pay out on your home insurance claims to ensure your home is repaired.
Common problems that occur after a valid claim is submitted are:
When business is interrupted due to property damages, you suffer loss of revenue for the time that your business cannot operate, and the extra expenses incurred trying to get your business back in order as soon as possible.
An adjuster and other insurance representatives may give any number of reasons for denying or stonewalling your business interruption claim:
Veterans who are disabled may apply for disability compensation and some receive the compensation they deserve without much trouble. Unfortunately, most veterans encounter resistance when they attempt to make a claim and may be led astray by bad advice. The continually changing paperwork required by VA is confusing and causes many veterans to make unintended mistakes in their application or appeal.
The role of a VA disability lawyer is to bring clarity to the confusing nature of the appeals process.
A careful review of the reasons for denial, the most appropriate method of appeal, and assisting you in developing the necessary medical evidence are all a part of the attorney’s job.
When a big company files for bankruptcy or is sued in class action there are often large sums of money that ultimately goes unclaimed or is otherwise stuck in the court system!
28 U.S.C. §0241 governs the legal procedures for monies paid into the court. 28 U.S.C. § 2042 required that any monies paid into the court may only be withdrawn by court order.
I handle this process regularly and can have your check in as little as 45 days.
Other Common Unclaimed Funds
Common forms of unclaimed property include savings or checking accounts, stocks, uncashed dividends or payroll checks, refunds, traveler’s checks, trust distributions, unredeemed money orders, insurance payments or refunds and life insurance policies, annuities, certificates of deposit, customer overpayments, utility security deposits, mineral royalty payments, contents of safe deposit boxes, court payments, federal court dividends, government stale dated warrants, tax overpayments and class action claims.
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