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What Do I Need to Do for My Initial Consultation With W M Law?

The good news is that we make the initial meeting easy.  We don’t ask anyone

IRS Backlog

Many people use their annual tax refund as a type of forced savings each year. 

I Want to Shut Down a Business And Open Up a New One – But How?

In Kansas and Missouri it’s fairly simple to form a Limited Liability Company (LLC) or

Should I consider a debt settlement instead of bankruptcy?

For many people bankruptcy is often the best option, but If you are not a

How Friendly Creditors Can Make Money in Bankruptcy

Tina and Tony are a married couple who are in a Chapter 13 bankruptcy.  They

Third Round of Stimulus Checks Not Protected from Garnishment

Today, I read an interesting article regarding the third round of stimulus checks that are

Is More Help on the Way for Debtors in Bankruptcy?

Even as vaccinations for COVID-19 continue to be developed and distributed, people and businesses are

It is Tax Refund Time Again

Now that tax refund time is upon us again, it is time for a refresher

When is it Time to File Bankruptcy?

Most people consider filing for bankruptcy as a last resort.  Often, that's the most prudent

Dismissal and Reinstatement of a Bankruptcy Case

If you receive a Notice of Dismissal of your Chapter 13 Bankruptcy Case, it’s time

What if My Vehicle Needs to be Replaced While I’m in Chapter 13 Bankruptcy?

A Chapter 13 bankruptcy can be as few as three (3) years if the debtor

What the Upcoming Months May Mean for Landlords, Tenants, and Homeowners

Are you a landlord?  If you are a landlord and your tenants have been affected

Getting Sued and Bankruptcy

Many people that file for bankruptcy, do so because they are getting sued.  But does

Communication is Key in Legal Representation

In any legal representation, it’s important to maintain good communication between the lawyer and client.