- When my former employee is called during the process of a new job, what are they allowed to say/not say?
- What is an ‘at-will’ employee?
- What is my next step after I have been wrongfully terminated?
- What constitutes discrimination in the workplace?
- If I sign my assets over to my children now, will they have to claim as income and be taxed?
If you live in Kentucky, you may claim the protection of the federal exemption law or the state exemption laws, consult a skilled bankruptcy attorney to determine which exemptions to use. Continue reading
The Fair Debt Collection and Practices Act (FDCPA) prohibits debt collectors from using abusive, deceptive, and unfair debt collection practices. Continue reading
Many debt collector callers can be very abusive. Most of them get paid on commission. It is important to know that they are not allowed to threaten you. Continue reading
Once you have retained an attorney, you can refer any debt collection calls to your attorney who will handle them for you.
There are three main ways to stop the garnishment: negotiate a settlement; negotiate a payment plan; or file bankruptcy. Continue reading
The disadvantages to filing bankruptcy are much fewer than the advantages. Continue reading
Many people think that once they file bankruptcy, all of their debts are erased. This is not true. There are some debts that cannot be eliminated in bankruptcy. Continue reading
If you feel you are you in trouble, you should consult with a bankruptcy attorney to discuss your options, some of which may not involve filing bankruptcy at all. Continue reading
by Mark E. Godbey, Lawyer Referral Service Panelist Once a decision to file the bankruptcy has been made and your case is filed, you will need to attend the required 341 meeting, a.k.a. “meeting of creditors.” In most cases, this … Continue reading