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Orlando Bankruptcy Attorney Eric Bolves offers unlimited legal consultations about Bankruptcy.

 

Bankruptcy is Relief and Protection.

Orlando Bankruptcy Attorney Eric Bolves talks about how Bankruptcy protects people from their creditors and relieves the financial stress.

 

What Should an Experienced Bankruptcy Attorney Ask You at Your First Appointment? 

Orlando Bankruptcy Attorney Eric L. Bolves talks about the initial consultation when people come into his office the first time.

You Are In A Financial Mess. What Are Your Options? 

Orlando Bankruptcy Attorney Eric L. Bolves describes the types of bankruptcy available.

What Are The Steps To Filing A Bankruptcy In Florida? 

Orlando Bankruptcy Attorney Eric L. Bolves explains step by step the filing process from gathering information to filing out the official forms.

Will You Lose Your House If You File Bankruptcy In The State Of Florida?   Orlando Bankruptcy Attorney Eric L. Bolves explains how bankruptcy can be used to save a home. Second mortgages may be eliminated using lien stripping. Bankruptcy Mortgage Modification Mediation is very successful in modifying mortgages.

Be Careful with Short Sales.

Orlando Bankruptcy Attorney Eric Bolves explains the tax dangers of Short Sales and how to avoid being taxed.

My Bankruptcy Case Is Over. Now What?  

Orlando Bankruptcy Attorney Eric L. Bolves is always available for free consultations before, during, and after the case.  There is never a charge for consultations.

Bankruptcy Basics Part One: Introduction

Bankruptcy is a legal process that provides relief to many individuals who can no longer pay all of their debts.

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Bankruptcy Basics

Types of Bankruptcy

Bankruptcy Information

Bankrutpcy Information

The Creditors Meeting

Bankruptcy Crime

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Part Two: Types of Bankruptcy

There are three main types of bankruptcy cases for individuals, the most common of which are chapter 7 and chapter 13.

Part Three: The Limits of Bankruptcy

Some debts like child support, alimony, recent taxes and student loans can not be discharged.

Part Four: Filing Bankruptcy

In order to file for bankruptcy, an individual must take a credit counseling course and accurately complete and file a number of documents.

Part Five: The Creditors Meeting

Every debtor is required to appear at a creditors' meeting conducted by a trustee who asks the debtor questions about the debtor's financial condition and gives creditors the opportunity to do the same.

Part Six: Bankruptcy Crime

A debtor must be honest and accurate in dealing with the court or face serious consequences, including being charged with a bankruptcy crime.

Part Seven: Bankruptcy Court Hearings

In some cases, a debtor may be required to appear at hearings before a bankruptcy judge.

Part Eight: The Bankruptcy Discharge

Debtors are usually able to discharge most or all of their debts. Once a debt is discharged, a creditor may not attempt to collect it from the debtor

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