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In my last blog entry of this Chapter 7 Series I explained who the Chapter 7 Trustee is and what role he or she plays in your Chapter 7 Bankruptcy Case.  This week I am going to stay with that topic, and add some information on just what to expect at a typical Section 341...
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In your Chapter 7 Bankruptcy process there will be 3 main people involved: you, your attorney and the Chapter 7 Bankruptcy Trustee assigned to your case. In short, a Chapter 7 Bankruptcy Trustee is the person who oversees your Bankruptcy Case. There are currently seven Chapter 7 Trustees in the State of Connecticut who are...
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In this blog we will explore a very important step in your Chapter 7 Bankruptcy process: Your Chapter 7 Bankruptcy Petition, Signing and Filing. Once you have met with me for your free initial consultation, retained me to file your Chapter 7 Bankruptcy Petition and delivered to me all of the required documents, I will...
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Once your Means Test is complete and it is determined that you are a qualified candidate for a Chapter 7 Bankruptcy, I will the instruct you to complete a Credit Counseling Course which is the next step in the Bankruptcy process.  The completion of a Credit Counseling Course is required by the Bankruptcy Code. I...
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Once we have met each other at a free initial consultation and you have delivered your documents to me, I will analyze your financial circumstances and perform your Means Test.  A Means Test is an assessment used to determine if you qualify to file a Chapter 7 Bankruptcy. Before 2005 it was easy to file...
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During our initial Chapter 7 Bankruptcy consultation, I will go over a list of documents I need to analyze your financial circumstances.  I will ask that you prepare and deliver copies of the documents requested, and that you retain your originals.  These documents, which will include items such as pay stubs, bank statements and household...
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When you find yourself in debt and want to learn what your options are, the best thing to do is to find a local law firm that offers free initial Bankruptcy consultations.  I offer free initial consultations in-person with masks and proper social distancing at various locations around the state of Connecticut (including Milford, Shelton...
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Beginning with the December 7, 2020 calendar, arguable motions will resume printing on Short Calendar 02 (Property/Foreclosure) in addition to non-arguable motions that have printed since the October 13, 2020 calendar. All motions will be available for marking during the marking period. Attorneys are required to mark their motions electronically unless they have an exemption...
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Unless otherwise ordered by the Court in your particular case… Foreclosure Auction Committees are set to start work today on Auctions scheduled for Saturday, October 3, 2020. Strict Foreclosure Law Days remain set for Wednesday, September 9, 2020. There has been no announcement as to when the Foreclosure Mediation Program will start up again. Lastly, the moratorium on...
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This is the first of a multi-part series on how federal courts are working to recover from the COVID-19 crisis. Chief Judge James K. Bredar will wear a plastic face shield and sit behind plexiglass when jury trials resume in the U.S. District Court for the District of Maryland. For more than 230 years, the...
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