When Do I Need an IRS Tax Debt Attorney?
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by mjdadmin
1M ago
Are you being hounded by the IRS for money you owe? Do you have a large amount of unpaid taxes, or are you facing an IRS audit? If so, you may be asking yourself “When do I need an IRS tax debt attorney?” A lawyer for IRS debt can help you if you’ve been contacted by a case officer, have a dispute with the IRS, or owe a large amount in unpaid taxes. The IRS can be notoriously difficult to deal with, and small mistakes could have drastic consequences for your case. Having an attorney by your side will ensure the process goes smoothly. Call Randolph Law Firm, P.C. at 702-757-7777 if you live in ..read more
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Can I Keep My Assets if I File for Bankruptcy in Nevada?
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by mjdadmin
4M ago
A common concern among people filing for bankruptcy is whether they can retain their car, home, and other assets. In most cases, you can keep your assets if you file for bankruptcy. Nevada laws outline essential assets that an individual should retain even when going through bankruptcy. These are known as exemptions. Assets like your primary residence, car, work tools, household appliances, and some other material possessions can be protected from creditors up to a certain dollar value. At Randolph Law Firm, we can design a strategy that helps you maximize your exemptions in Nevada. Find out m ..read more
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When Can You Reinstate Chapter 13 After Dismissal?
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by mjdadmin
6M ago
There are a variety of steps debtors can take to reinstate Chapter 13 after dismissal in Nevada. Understanding the reasons for dismissal is crucial, as it allows debtors to address the root cause. Typically, debtors must wait 180 days before refiling, emphasizing the importance of utilizing this time to rectify issues that led to dismissal. Filing a motion for reinstatement is the first formal step to revive the case. This involves presenting a compelling argument to the bankruptcy court, demonstrating a resolution to previous issues and a viable path forward. Engaging the services of a skille ..read more
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Can Student Loans Be Discharged in Chapter 7
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by mjdadmin
8M ago
People with student loans and experiencing serious financial constrains may ask: can student loans be discharged in Chapter 7? You can discharge student loans by filing Chapter 7 bankruptcy. It is, however, an arduous task. You must demonstrate undue hardship, the inability to maintain a minimal living standard, to better the chances of your student loans getting discharged. Reviewing the loan’s grace period, consolidating the loan, or enrolling in an income-driven repayment plan are some alternatives to student loan discharge. What Is Chapter 7 Bankruptcy? Chapter 7 bankruptcy allows you to s ..read more
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How to Lower Your Mortgage Payment
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by mjdadmin
10M ago
Knowing how to lower your mortgage payment in Nevada can help free up money to address other financial responsibilities, including repaying other higher-interest loans and saving for emergencies. Refinancing to lower your interest rate, requesting your lender to recast your mortgage, and removing your mortgage insurance are some effective strategies for lowering your mortgage payment. Other strategies include loan modification, switching to a more affordable homeowner’s insurance, and disputing your property taxes. The right strategy for lowering your mortgage payment will depend on your uniqu ..read more
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How a Credit Card Debt Attorney Can Help You Reclaim Your Future
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by mjdadmin
10M ago
Credit card debt often leaves Nevadans with bills that continue to rise while credit scores continue to plummet. After some time of continued missed payments, creditors will turn over unpaid debt to a debt collection agency. Debt collectors will then notify debtors that they have fallen behind on their payments and, if the debt remains unpaid, a lawsuit may be filed. Debtors should be aware that they have multiple options regarding how to handle a credit card debt lawsuit. An experienced credit card debt attorney can help you reclaim your future by using his or her knowledge to navigate the le ..read more
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Questions to Ask a Bankruptcy Lawyer
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by mjdadmin
1y ago
Because the bankruptcy process has so many requirements, it’s important to know what type of questions to ask a bankruptcy attorney before hiring him or her. Millions of Americans find themselves in debt each year, and around 400,000 people filed for bankruptcy in 2021 to try to resolve those debts. Before filing for bankruptcy, it’s essential to understand what the process means for any debts owed, as all your debt may not be wiped away when the bankruptcy has concluded. Because not all debts are eligible for discharge, filing may not always be the best route to try to resolve the debt in que ..read more
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What Is the Difference Between Bankruptcy and Insolvency?
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by mjdadmin
1y ago
People who are struggling to meet their financial obligations every month may find themselves asking, “What is the difference between bankruptcy and insolvency?” Although the two terms are frequently used interchangeably to describe someone in financial distress, they are not the same. While a person who is in bankruptcy is insolvent, someone who is insolvent is not necessarily in bankruptcy.  In 2021 around 400,000 people filed for bankruptcy in the United States with only one state coming ahead of Nevada with the most filings. That number does not reflect the number of people who found ..read more
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How Much Does a Bankruptcy Lawyer Cost?
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by mjdadmin
2y ago
People seeking a solution to their overwhelming debt may wonder, “How much does a bankruptcy lawyer cost?” The answer depends on the type of bankruptcy you file, your assets, the location of the lawyer, and the time the attorney spends on your case.  Sixty-four million Americans had debt in collections during 2021. Debt that goes to collections can range from student loan debt to medical bills and taxes. In fact, medical bills and unpaid credit card debt are the two debts that are most often sent to collections. These debts also most frequently cause a debtor to consider bankruptcy. The t ..read more
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How Long After Chapter 13 Bankruptcy Can You Buy a House?
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by mjdadmin
2y ago
If you are contemplating filing for bankruptcy, you may want to know – how long after Chapter 13 Bankruptcy can you buy a house? More than a million Americans file for bankruptcy each year to help take care of debts they may not be able to pay back. Although not all debts can be taken care of through bankruptcy, filing can often help an overwhelmed debtor ease some financial burden and allow them to get back on track. Unfortunately, bankruptcy affects your credit score and when you might be able to qualify for a loan to buy a house. Understanding bankruptcy basics can help filers make decision ..read more
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