Florida Unanimously Approves Bill 265 Giving New Bankruptcy Relief for Vehicle Owners

Many people are currently drowning in debt but are unable to obtain a fresh start in bankruptcy because their seven-year-old vehicle suddenly has $10,000.00 in equity which would cause them to lose their vehicle in a chapter 7 bankruptcy. Vehicles typically depreciate
Read More

Estate Planning in 2022… It’s Definitely a Good Idea. Here’s Why.

Like 2020, 2021 has been one for the record books. For the first time ever, young Americans (aged eighteen to thirty-four) are more likely to have a will than their older counterparts (aged thirty-five to fifty-four). The COVID-19 pandemic has forced younger Americans
Read More

Will a mistake on a rental application render a later debt to that landlord unable to be discharged in bankruptcy?

  Overview: Judge Colton dealt with this issue in an adversary proceeding that a landlord filed against bankruptcy debtors. The landlord alleged that the debtors lied on their rental application. The Rental Application: Specifically, the debtors had listed that both the husband
Read More