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Attorney Alexz Adams Speaks With Katherine On “This Needs To Be Said” And Shares Some Information That You Can Consider When Thinking About Your Finances And If Bankruptcy Is The Way For You.

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Katherine: Thank you for joining our conversation with an attorney today. Our friend, Attorney Alexz Adams, out of Portland, Oregon is coming to share with us some more information that you can consider when thinking about your finances and if bankruptcy is the way for you. And let me throw this in too, not because […]

Attorney Alexz Adams Talks With Katherine On “This Needs To Be Said” About How To Know When You Are In The Position To Consider Bankruptcy.

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Katherine: Hello, everyone. Thank you so much for joining us today on This Needs To Be Said. Our friend, Attorney Alexz Adams, is joining us today, and he’s going to let us know when we’re in the position to be considering bankruptcy. Welcome back, Alexz. How are you? Alexz Adams: Hi, I’m doing well. How […]

Attorney Alexz Adams Speaks With Katherine From “This Needs To Be Said”
On How Bankruptcy Is Your Right To Reset Your Life.

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Katherine: Hello everyone. Thank you so much for joining us today on This Needs To Be Said. Attorney Alexz Adams, a friend of the show, is coming back to talk with us about something that is your right to reset your life. That so many of us feel guilty over having to restart, having to […]

Attorney Alexz Adams Speaks With Katherine On “This Needs To Be Said” About The Intangible Benefits Of Filing Bankruptcy

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Katherine: Hello, everyone. Thank you so much for joining us today on This Needs To Be Said. Our friend, Attorney Alexz Adams, is here and he’s going to talk with us about the intangible benefits of filing bankruptcy. As we’ve talked about bankruptcy on the show before, about it being a way to re-set your […]

Attorney Alexz Adams Talks About “Things You Did Not Know About Bankruptcy” in an Interview with Katherine from “It Needs To Be Said”

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Katherine: Hello everyone. Thank you so much for joining us today on This Needs to be Said. Our friend from a long time ago, bankruptcy attorney Alexz Adams, is joining us to talk with us about some things that you may not know that you’re going to be affected by during bankruptcy if you have […]

What is a next friend? Guardians in bankruptcy

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The bankruptcy code allows for the appointment of a guardian for debtors who must file bankruptcy, but need some assistance to complete the requirements of the case.   A special process in bankruptcy allows for the appointment of a guardian, in bankruptcy called a ‘next friend’, to assist in the completion of the case.   […]

What is the credit counseling courses required in bankruptcy?

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All successful bankruptcy discharges require a prefiling course, typically online, in consumer credit counseling to be completed, as well as a second curse taken during the bankruptcy in personal financial management, also typically online. These courses are typically $10-$20 or so each, and are paid by you directly, above and beyond attorney fees and court […]

What is the court going after a friend I paid back? Preferences and fraudulent transfers in bankruptcy

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A common fact scenario in bankruptcy is where a client says they are ready to file bankruptcy as they have just paid back their family member a large sum of money. As a client, you are ready to file, but as an attorney your wish you could have met the client prior to that payments. […]

I made a mistake on my bankruptcy filing. How can I amend my case?

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Bankruptcy requires that you do provide information that is required to be complete, accurate, and truthful for the bankruptcy to result in a discharge. 11 U.S.C. 527(a)(1)(A). I think this is the most important notice in bankruptcy. In essence, bankruptcy works for the honest but unfortunate debtor, and it does not work for the dishonest […]

What is contempt in bankruptcy?

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Contempt is being disobedient to or disrespectful of a court of law.   When you file a bankruptcy, you receive an immediate order called an automatic stay. This is the ‘order of relief’ that prevents others from collecting against you. The order is generated automatically, and in each case, there is essentially a (very) brief […]