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FAQ RealEstate 2018-06-20T21:03:31+00:00

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Residential Real Estate

ANSWER: Some people who file for Chapter 7 relief may be able to stay in the homes that they live in when they file their bankruptcy petitions. Generally, if you do not have equity in your home that is above and beyond the bankruptcy exemption and you are up to date on your mortgage payments, then you may be able to stay in the home that you have been living in even if you file a Chapter 7 bankruptcy.

If staying in your current home is important to you, then your Dakota County bankruptcy lawyers will fight hard for your right to continue to live at your current address. This is something that you and your Dakota County bankruptcy attorney will talk about before you file for bankruptcy.

If staying in your current home is not a top priority for you or if it is unlikely given your unique circumstances, then your Dakota County Chapter 7 lawyer will talk to you about your alternatives and the likelihood of getting a new mortgage or lease.

Do not let concerns about your housing arrangements prevent you from getting bankruptcy advice. It is only with comprehensive knowledge about the bankruptcy process that you can make an informed decision about your future.

For more information, please call our Dakota County bankruptcy law firm today at MN (952) 920-1001 or AZ (480) 207-2203. We also invite you to download a FREE copy of our book, What You Need to Know About Filing Bankruptcy in Minnesota, for more information.

ANSWER: A Chapter 7 bankruptcy trustee is, by definition, impartial. While your bankruptcy trustee should not favor your creditors, nor should your bankruptcy trustee favor you or provide you with legal advice.

A Minneapolis Chapter 7 bankruptcy attorney, however, has a different role in your bankruptcy case. That role begins long before a bankruptcy trustee has been assigned to your case. An experienced bankruptcy lawyer will begin protecting you before a Chapter 7 case is even filed by explaining your different legal options to you and helping you decide how best to protect your financial future. In some cases, that may be by filing for Chapter 7 bankruptcy relief, but sometimes other options may be better suited to your needs.

Once a case has been filed, your Minneapolis Chapter 7 bankruptcy lawyer and your bankruptcy trustee will continue to have different roles. The bankruptcy trustee will impartially administer your case, while your bankruptcy attorney will make sure that all of your rights are protected.

Chapter 7 may be your best financial option, but it is not one that should be entered into lightly or without an experienced lawyer on your side. For more information about bankruptcy in Minnesota, please read our FREE book: What You Need to Know About Filing Bankruptcy in Minnesota. We also encourage you to set up a FREE meeting with our Minneapolis bankruptcy law firm by calling MN (952) 920-1001 or AZ (480) 207-2203.

ANSWER: If you don’t have a high income and qualify for a Chapter 7 bankruptcy in Minnesota, then there may be advantages to filing for Chapter 7 instead of hiring a debt settlement company to help you get out of debt.

Specifically, a Chapter 7 bankruptcy may be:

  • Safer. The Chapter 7 bankruptcy process is regulated by federal law. The debt settlement process is not regulated by law. Accordingly, you know what you are getting into when you file a Chapter 7 bankruptcy, and an experienced lawyer can help you avoid any surprises.
  • Less Expensive. Generally, filing for Chapter 7 is less expensive than going through a debt settlement. A debt settlement company may charge high fees.
  • Faster. Typically, a Chapter 7 proceeding can be completed in just a few months as opposed to a debt settlement, which can take much longer.

If you are interested in learning more about the Chapter 7 bankruptcy process then it is important to contact an experienced Minneapolis Chapter 7 bankruptcy lawyer as soon as possible for a FREE consultation about your rights. Your lawyer will explain the Chapter 7 process to you and make sure that you understand your legal rights.

You can reach an experienced Minneapolis bankruptcy attorney today by calling MN (952) 920-1001 or AZ (480) 207-2203 or contacting us via this website. We also encourage you to learn more about the benefits of bankruptcy and the bankruptcy process in our FREE book: What You Need to Know About Filing Bankruptcy in Minnesota.

ANSWER: Many people who are in debt want to handle their debt reduction on their own. They may be embarrassed to share their financial situation with someone else or believe that they have some responsibility to handle the situation on their own.

However, people who handle debt reduction on their own do so at their own risk. They face the risks of working with unethical people who seek to take advantage of them and of failing to make the best financial deals that they can to reduce their debt.

This risk may be reduced by working with an experienced Minneapolis debt reduction attorney. The Minneapolis bankruptcy lawyers at the Rosenzweig Law Office always look at the client as a person and not as a balance sheet. We understand how people get into overwhelming financial situations, and we never judge them. Instead, we fight hard to get them the debt relief they so badly need to move forward with their lives. We have the experience and skills necessary to avoid debt reduction tricks and traps, negotiate with creditors, and advise debtors about all of their options.

To learn more about the benefits of working with an experienced Minneapolis debt lawyer we encourage you to call us today at MN (952) 920-1001 or AZ (480) 207-2203. We also invite you to learn more about the option of bankruptcy in our FREE book: What You Need to Know About Filing Bankruptcy in Minnesota. Let us help through this difficult time.

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Commercial Real Estate

ANSWER: Some people who file for Chapter 7 relief may be able to stay in the homes that they live in when they file their bankruptcy petitions. Generally, if you do not have equity in your home that is above and beyond the bankruptcy exemption and you are up to date on your mortgage payments, then you may be able to stay in the home that you have been living in even if you file a Chapter 7 bankruptcy.

If staying in your current home is important to you, then your Dakota County bankruptcy lawyers will fight hard for your right to continue to live at your current address. This is something that you and your Dakota County bankruptcy attorney will talk about before you file for bankruptcy.

If staying in your current home is not a top priority for you or if it is unlikely given your unique circumstances, then your Dakota County Chapter 7 lawyer will talk to you about your alternatives and the likelihood of getting a new mortgage or lease.

Do not let concerns about your housing arrangements prevent you from getting bankruptcy advice. It is only with comprehensive knowledge about the bankruptcy process that you can make an informed decision about your future.

For more information, please call our Dakota County bankruptcy law firm today at MN (952) 920-1001 or AZ (480) 207-2203. We also invite you to download a FREE copy of our book, What You Need to Know About Filing Bankruptcy in Minnesota, for more information.

ANSWER: A Chapter 7 bankruptcy trustee is, by definition, impartial. While your bankruptcy trustee should not favor your creditors, nor should your bankruptcy trustee favor you or provide you with legal advice.

A Minneapolis Chapter 7 bankruptcy attorney, however, has a different role in your bankruptcy case. That role begins long before a bankruptcy trustee has been assigned to your case. An experienced bankruptcy lawyer will begin protecting you before a Chapter 7 case is even filed by explaining your different legal options to you and helping you decide how best to protect your financial future. In some cases, that may be by filing for Chapter 7 bankruptcy relief, but sometimes other options may be better suited to your needs.

Once a case has been filed, your Minneapolis Chapter 7 bankruptcy lawyer and your bankruptcy trustee will continue to have different roles. The bankruptcy trustee will impartially administer your case, while your bankruptcy attorney will make sure that all of your rights are protected.

Chapter 7 may be your best financial option, but it is not one that should be entered into lightly or without an experienced lawyer on your side. For more information about bankruptcy in Minnesota, please read our FREE book: What You Need to Know About Filing Bankruptcy in Minnesota. We also encourage you to set up a FREE meeting with our Minneapolis bankruptcy law firm by calling MN (952) 920-1001 or AZ (480) 207-2203.

ANSWER: If you don’t have a high income and qualify for a Chapter 7 bankruptcy in Minnesota, then there may be advantages to filing for Chapter 7 instead of hiring a debt settlement company to help you get out of debt.

Specifically, a Chapter 7 bankruptcy may be:

  • Safer. The Chapter 7 bankruptcy process is regulated by federal law. The debt settlement process is not regulated by law. Accordingly, you know what you are getting into when you file a Chapter 7 bankruptcy, and an experienced lawyer can help you avoid any surprises.
  • Less Expensive. Generally, filing for Chapter 7 is less expensive than going through a debt settlement. A debt settlement company may charge high fees.
  • Faster. Typically, a Chapter 7 proceeding can be completed in just a few months as opposed to a debt settlement, which can take much longer.

If you are interested in learning more about the Chapter 7 bankruptcy process then it is important to contact an experienced Minneapolis Chapter 7 bankruptcy lawyer as soon as possible for a FREE consultation about your rights. Your lawyer will explain the Chapter 7 process to you and make sure that you understand your legal rights.

You can reach an experienced Minneapolis bankruptcy attorney today by calling MN (952) 920-1001 or AZ (480) 207-2203 or contacting us via this website. We also encourage you to learn more about the benefits of bankruptcy and the bankruptcy process in our FREE book: What You Need to Know About Filing Bankruptcy in Minnesota.

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