Can You File Bankruptcy More Than Once?

Posted on : June 19, 2017, By:  D.C. Higginbotham
Florida Bankruptcy Lawyer

Filing for bankruptcy can bring you financial relief after being overwhelmed with debt. However, some people find themselves in debt again, usually due to circumstances outside of their control. For example, a medical emergency or a sudden move could put you in financial distress again, leaving you little choice but to look into bankruptcy. Is […]

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Can a Bankruptcy Dissolve Tax Debt?

Posted on : June 3, 2017, By:  D.C. Higginbotham
Florida Tax Debt Lawyer

Typically, tax debt is considered to be “secured debt” and takes precedence even over student loans. What this means is that most people will still owe back taxes, even after filing for bankruptcy. However, there are some unique circumstances in which bankruptcy will allow tax debt to be discharged like other debts in a Chapter […]

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I Qualify for Both Chapter 7 and 13 Bankruptcy — Which Should I Choose?

Posted on : May 21, 2017, By:  D.C. Higginbotham
Jacksonville Bankruptcy Attorney

While many people do not have the option to choose between Chapter 7 bankruptcy and Chapter 13 bankruptcy based on their finances and the debts they owe, some people do have the ability to select which type of bankruptcy works best for their situation. If you pass the means test and are eligible for Chapter […]

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Should I Keep Paying Creditors If I’m Going to File Bankruptcy?

Posted on : April 16, 2017, By:  D.C. Higginbotham
Florida Bankruptcy Lawyer

Many people who file for bankruptcy want to know when they should stop paying creditors. Depending on the type of bankruptcy you file and what types of debt you owe, it may or may not be wise to stop paying your creditors before you file for bankruptcy. Here’s what you need to know. Tax Debts […]

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6 Foreclosure Facts You Need to Know As a Landlord

Posted on : March 12, 2017, By:  D.C. Higginbotham
Jacksonville Foreclosure Attorney

If your rental property is going into foreclosure, you need to take action immediately. Here’s what you need to know. 1. You Must Inform Your Tenant of Impending Foreclosure If you received notice from your lending institution that they intend to foreclose on the property you are renting out, you need to let your tenant(s) […]

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