Pennsylvania Bankruptcy Questions and Answers Question: Will I be able to retain my vehicle if I file bankruptcy? Answer—> Yes. The law has specific provisions permitting debtors to retain vehicles. If you have an automobile loan, you will simply need to continue making your loan payments. Eastern Pennsylvania Bankruptcy FAQ’s May I surrender a house…

Eastern Pennsylvania Bankruptcy FAQ’s FAQ:  How long does a bankruptcy take? Vince Rubino is a Bankruptcy Attorney located in Stroudsburg, Pennsylvania and can assist you with your Chapter 7, Chapter 11 or Chapter 13 Bankruptcy Legal Matter. Mr. Rubino can answer any questions you might have related to bankruptcy law in Pennsylvania. Below is one…

Poconos Bankruptcy Law FAQ: Can My Creditors Still Call Me? Vince Rubino is a Bankruptcy Attorney located in Stroudsburg, Pennsylvania and can assist you with your Chapter 7, Chapter 11 or Chapter 13 Bankruptcy Legal Matter.   Contact us for a free consultation.   Below is one of the Bankruptcy Law FAQs to help you better understand…

EASTERN PENNSYLVANIA BANKRUPTCY FAQ’S  Q:  Are taxes dischargeable in a Pennsylvania Bankruptcy? Q:  You might expect the government would protect its right to collect taxes even if an individual has filed bankruptcy. Although this is indeed the case, there are exceptions which permit certain income tax debts to be subject to discharge in bankruptcy, particularly…

Pennsylvania Bankruptcy FAQ’s Q:  May I surrender a house or automobile in bankruptcy? A:   Yes. Bankruptcies are often used by individuals who are losing or have lost their home in foreclosure, or have had vehicles repossessed. The bankruptcy will discharge any remaining debt on the mortgage and/or auto loan. If you are currently living in…

Pennsylvania Bankruptcy FAQ – Credit Report Questions Question – How long will the bankruptcy remain on my credit report? Answer A bankruptcy can be expected to stay on a credit report for the duration of the bankruptcy case plus a period of 10 years from the date of the discharge. However, credit is often available to…

 POCONOS BANKRUPTCY FAQ’S Question- How Long Will the Bankruptcy Remain on my Credit Report? A- A bankruptcy can be expected to stay on a credit report for the duration of the bankruptcy case plus a period of 10 years from the date of the discharge. However, credit is often available to those who have filed…

Pennsylvania Bankruptcy FAQ’s Q-  What is the cost of filing a bankruptcy petition? A-   The Bankruptcy Court filing fee for a Chapter 7 bankruptcy case is presently $335.00. The filing fee is $310.00 for a Chapter 13 case. The legal fee is determined after the initial consultation, or can be estimated over the telephone….

Pennsylvania Bankruptcy Attorneys Filing in the Correct Pennsylvania Bankruptcy Court There are three federal judicial districts in Pennsylvania (see below for links). You can file in either: the district where you have been living for the greater part of the 180-day period before you file, or the district where you are domiciled—that is, where you…

Northeastern Pennsylvania FAQ’s :: Q – Will I be able to retain my home in bankruptcy? A – A home can be retained in Chapter 7 as long as the owner(s) do(es) not have too much equity ($23,675 if the home is owned by one person and $47,350 if the home is owned by two people)…

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