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Holiday Time is “Let’s Talk” Time

The holidays are upon us yet again.  Every year at this time, it is a

What if My Income Increases After My Chapter 13 is Filed?

We have many clients who file for Chapter 13 bankruptcy, which is the repayment plan

Everything You Wanted to Know About Credit Reports (But Were Afraid to Ask)

  When can I access my credit reports and how? Normally you can request one

Honesty Is Always the Best Policy in Bankruptcy

Recently I spoke with a potential candidate for bankruptcy.  They were pleasant, but not too

Can I File Bankruptcy If I’m Unemployed?

Can I File Bankruptcy If I’m Unemployed? The answer to that question is, “It depends.”

Do I Have To Go To Court?

There is a lot of misinformation available when it comes to filing bankruptcy.  One common misconception about

Long Term Car Loans

When I first started filing bankruptcies for consumers back in the mid-’90s, most car loans

Why You Need a Well-Trained Attorney to Help You File for Bankruptcy

As I sat and waited for our client’s Section 341 Meeting of Creditors to be

What if My Vehicle Isn’t Titled in My Name and I Want to File Bankruptcy?

When someone files for personal bankruptcy, he/she is required to disclose all assets, regardless of

Beware the Mortgage Forbearance

A trend has developed recently in which mortgage lenders offer a forbearance to it’s borrows

What is an adversary proceeding?

When debtors file for bankruptcy protection, most lawsuits and collection actions filed against the debtor

What happens if I file for bankruptcy and move out of state?

At WM Law, we file bankruptcies for residents of Kansas and Western Missouri.  However, we

What will my credit report and credit score look like after filing for bankruptcy?

We understand the importance of a good credit score.  Without good credit, you will pay

Can I Put Money in Retirement Savings if I Plan to File Bankruptcy?

Many people worry about how their retirement savings will be affected by bankruptcy.  There are

Repossession Laws in Kansas and Missouri

Many people seek advice when they are threatened with repossession of their property.  Repossession is