Don't Go Alone: A Bankruptcy Law Blog


This blog presents bankruptcy advice from a legal perspective. Since bankruptcy itself is a form of litigation. it is quite resourceful to read up on some of the ins and outs of how courts and lawyers handle bankruptcy. You can also find information on other legal matters pertaining to bankruptcy, such as divorce and child support payments.

3-D Printed Firearm Leads to Jail Time
by Justin Kelsey over 3 years ago
Matthew Trask Accepts Position with Remington Arms Company, LLC
by Justin Kelsey over 3 years ago

On the Bankruptcy Soapbox


Cathy Moran is a veteran bankruptcy lawyer in Silicon Valley, California. On the Bankruptcy Soapbox is her outlet for expressing her views, rants, advocate positions, and muses on bankruptcy and the state of the world. The blog is sort of a complement to her website, Bankruptcy in Brief, where she tries to be more factual and objective.

Google & Me
by Cathy Moran about 4 years ago
Surefire Steps To Avoid Bankruptcy
by Cathy Moran about 4 years ago

Start Fresh Today Bankruptcy Blog


This blog was designed to help bankruptcy attorneys navigate the new bankruptcy code and to encourage them to utilize the resources at StartFreshToday.com--a website that provides access to all the tools needed to streamline the complex bankruptcy filing process. If you are a bankruptcy attorney or wondering how they handle the labyrinth paper work for their clients, take a look at this blog.

Student Loans and Bankruptcy: (Almost) Everything You Need to Know
about 4 years ago
Vital Tips To Consider When Filing For Bankruptcy
about 4 years ago

Bankruptcy Law Network


A diverse and unaffiliated group of bankruptcy lawyers and consumer advocates contribute to this blog to make it a one-stop location for bankruptcy news and information. Anyone with specific questions on their financial situation can contact the contributors.

Will I Lose My Security Clearance if I File Bankruptcy?
by Brett Weiss, Esq. almost 4 years ago
Another Appeals Court Approves 2nd Mortgage Stripping in Chapter 20 Cases
by Craig Andresen, Minneapolis, MN, Bankruptcy Attorney almost 4 years ago

Bankruptcy Mastery


Bankruptcy Mastery is an experienced and qualified bankruptcy lawyer's way of passing on her hard-won knowledge and understanding of the way things work in bankrupt court. She will help you to be a successful and effective consumer bankruptcy lawyer, and will probably expose you to aspects of bankruptcy law that you hadn't previously know existed.

All You Need To Know To Help Clients With Tax Troubles
by Cathy Moran, Esq. over 3 years ago
When Laws Collide, You Need The Right Word
by Cathy Moran, Esq. over 3 years ago

Michigan Bankruptcy Lawyer


This blog is all about Chapter 7 and Chapter 13 consumer bankruptcy in Michigan. Different states have different laws regarding bankruptcy and filing bankruptcy, and this blog is a great place to start if you're curious as to how Michigan's bankruptcy laws are similar or different from your home state.

Bankruptcy Case Blog


The Bankruptcy Case Blog is a forum in which the American Bankruptcy Institute Law Review staffers provide contemporary research on cutting-edge bankruptcy issues and cases. Each post is the product of extensive research and explains how the issue is relevant to the larger discourse of bankruptcy law.

Funds Transferred From a Client Trust Account Can Be “Property of the Debtor” That Is Subject to a Fraudulent Transfer Claim
by mdiaz over 4 years ago
Should Post-Confirmation Review of the Debtor’s Disposable Income Analysis Be a Basis for an Upward Modification?
by mdiaz over 4 years ago

Chapter 7 and 13 Bankruptcy Blog


Articles on this blog are written by Victoria Ring, a certified paralegal and bankruptcy training instructor. Article categories include bankruptcy case reviews, bankruptcy petition tips, and frequently asked questions about bankruptcy.

WSJ Reports- Bankruptcy Judge Sends a Message to Bank of America
by Kelly Thrasher over 4 years ago

Bankruptcy and Foreclosure Attorney Blog


This blog provides answers and direction regarding bankruptcy issues. Posts discuss foreclosure, chapter 7, 9, 11, 12 and 13 bankruptcy, debt settlement and collection.

Jon B. Clarke, P.C. Blog


Attorney Jon B. Clarke, in Denver, offers individuals and businesses more than 35 years of practice experience. He handles all matters related to or involving chapter 7 liquidation proceedings, chapter 11 business reorganizations, and business or creditor workouts.

Consumer Bankruptcy Blog


Consumer Bankruptcy Blog is written by Patrick J. Conway, an attorney who represents clients in Ohio and Kentucky. He has been a licensed attorney for 30 years, and his practice is limited to chapter 7 and chapter 13 bankruptcy cases.

Doan Law Firm


The mission of Doan Law Firm is to provide superior legal representation by exercising the highest standards of professionalism while achieving optimal results in resolving clients' legal issues. They offer bankruptcy and tax services, including chapter 7, 11, and 13, foreclosure options, debt resolution, and protection from creditor harassment.

Price Law Group


The attorneys at Price Law Group can help you understand your options, make choices and take actions to prevent debt problems from spiraling out of control. The "bankruptcy" section on their blog provides great resources on filing bankruptcy, chapter 7, chapter 13, and bankruptcy questions.

Diamond Law on Bankruptcy and Related Topics


Sidney Diamond and Associates write about various Bankruptcy topics. Mr. Diamond has been a Bankruptcy Attorney for more than 30 years.

Kansas Bankruptcy


Kansas bankruptcy information byTopeka's consumer bankruptcy law specialists.

Atlanta Bankruptcy Law blog


Ginsberg Law publishes a bankruptcy blog that answers readers' questions about the bankruptcy process in Atlanta

Allmand Law Bankruptcy Blog


The Allmand Law Bankruptcy blog addressees common bankruptcy and debt-related issues many consumers deal with. This blog covers these complex issues and condenses them in ways that the typical consumer can take action upon.

Bankruptcy Attorney in Las Vegas


It's best to hire a lawyer who specializes in bankruptcy, rather than an attorney who practices law in a variety of different areas. Contact Las Vegas bankruptcy attorneys who specialize primarily in bankruptcy are able to provide you with the expertise and experience that lawyers specializing in a multitude of areas cannot.