The Cycle of Never-Ending Payday Loans in Las Vegas

The lure of short-term cash advances or pay day loans are tempting.  It’s immediate cash with a quick credit check.  It helps ease any immediate financial burdens placed on you when you cannot make your rent, pay to repair your vehicle, or pay for something important for your child. The interest rates and repayment plans […]

Holidays and Divorcing Families in Las Vegas

Coping with divorce and family issues over the holiday season becomes much more difficult.  You get overwhelmed by the stress, and the holidays are a constant reminder of happier times. Here are a few tips for enjoying the holidays: Plan ahead. Be clear with your former partner how holiday time will be divided with the […]

Do I have to go to Court for my Las Vegas Bankruptcy?

If you file for bankruptcy in Las Vegas, do you need to go to court? Yes, but it is a quick and informal appearance.  Your appearance is required at the Meeting of Creditors the Bankruptcy Court schedules when we file your Bankruptcy Petition.  The Meeting usually occurs about thirty days after we file your case.  […]

We’re divorcing. We have kids. Who has to move?

A lot of couples going through divorce do not have the money to keep separate homes, especially when kids are involved. While it may be cheaper to live under one roof until a divorce is final, it is not always easier. Maybe you cannot decide who will keep the home until a Judge decides. If […]

Contested or Uncontested Divorce – Tell me what that means.

There are two kinds of divorces – contested and uncontested. A contested divorce is a divorce where you and your spouse cannot agree. Maybe one spouse does not want to agree to a divorce. Or, maybe you and your spouse agree to get divorce, but you cannot decide how to divide assets, who will pay […]

How is my Chapter 13 payment plan amount calculated?

One of the most frequent questions we are asked in our free consultations is whether you can keep your car through the bankruptcy process. Yes, you may keep your car! If your car is financed or leased, and you are current on your payments, we advise the Bankruptcy Court when we file your documents that […]

Keeping your car in bankruptcy.

One of the most frequent questions we are asked in our free consultations is whether you can keep your car through the bankruptcy process. Yes, you may keep your car! If your car is financed or leased, and you are current on your payments, we advise the Bankruptcy Court when we file your documents that […]

I filed a Chapter 7 a few years ago, when can I file again?

You can file a Chapter 7 bankruptcy once every 8 years. If you have already received a discharge in a Chapter 7 bankruptcy, you must wait eight years from the date you filed the previous case (not the date you received your bankruptcy discharged or your case was closed) before you can file another Chapter […]

What Steps Should You Take after Getting in an Accident?

10 Tips on How to Handle an Auto Accident in Las Vegas In the blink of an eye, everything can change. No matter the cause, car crashes, truck accidents, motorcycle wrecks and pedestrian accidents can cause devastating injuries and massive property damage. Knowing what to do after a collision helps you protect your rights, your […]

Your Day in Court at Your 341 Meeting – What to Expect

How to Prepare for a 341 Hearing The trustee’s questions will confirm the information you submitted in your bankruptcy case, and may probe further into potential inheritances, tax returns, and insurance payouts in the near future. These questions are meant to detect fraud and the potential ability to repay more of your debts. Although these […]

New Liability Insurance Limits Required for Nevada Drivers

Nevada drivers are more protected with higher-cost insurance Car insurance can seem like a wasted expense — until you need it. If you have ever been involved in an auto accident, you feel grateful about the coverage that your (or the at-fault driver’s ) car insurance provides. However, you may wish that it covered more […]

Median Income for Filing Chapter 7 Bankruptcy

Your guide to income requirements and the means test in Nevada Chapter 7 bankruptcy provides a fresh start for people in debt. Filing for Chapter 7 puts an end to creditor harassment, wage garnishment, and car repossession immediately, and you get a break from any foreclosure proceedings on your house. You see the benefits and […]