What Can I Do If Evictions and Foreclosures Resume in Kansas?

What Can I Do If Evictions and Foreclosures Resume in Kansas?
Federal Moratorium on Mortgage Foreclosure & Evictions When the COVID-19 pandemic hit the US last year, the CDC issued federal moratorium on mortgage foreclosure and evictions.  The idea behind the CDC’s action was to prevent a spread of the virus...
July 30, 2021
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What Happens When My Mortgage Forbearance Ends?

What Happens When My Mortgage Forbearance Ends?
In 2020, due to the COVID-19 pandemic, many mortgage companies began offering a forbearance on the mortgage payments when homeowners started to fall behind on mortgage payments. A forbearance is where the lender agrees to allow the homeowner to not...
June 28, 2021
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Help! I’m in a Chapter 13 and My Vehicle Just Died

Help! I’m in a Chapter 13 and My Vehicle Just Died
A Chapter 13 bankruptcy is a payment plan whereby the debtor is repaying certain debts. It is very common, for example, for vehicle loans to be paid through a Chapter 13 bankruptcy. But what happens if the vehicle you are...
June 8, 2021
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Chapter 13 Plan Payments

Chapter 13 Plan Payments
One form of bankruptcy is a Chapter 13 bankruptcy.  This type of bankruptcy case is a voluntary repayment plan designed to repay certain creditors in order to retain property and eliminate debt.  The plan is reviewed and monitored by a...
May 21, 2021
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With WM Law, You Can File a Chapter 13 Bankruptcy with No Attorney’s Fees Down

With WM Law, You Can File a Chapter 13 Bankruptcy with No Attorney’s Fees Down
One of the major differences between Chapter 7 and Chapter 13 bankruptcies is the method in which attorney’s fees are paid.  Typically, our Chapter 7 clients pay us in full before filing, although we can split attorney’s fees with some...
May 12, 2021
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What Do I Need to Do for My Initial Consultation With W M Law?

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 to fill out a long questionnaire or bring in a lot of documents.  The basic details we’ll ask about will fit on a single sheet...
April 29, 2021
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IRS Backlog

IRS Backlog
Many people use their annual tax refund as a type of forced savings each year.  There's nothing worse than filing your annual tax return and finding out you owe the government money.  So, it is common for people to over-withhold...
April 23, 2021
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I Want to Shut Down a Business And Open Up a New One – But How?

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 incorporate a Corporation.  Both of these structures help protect the owners (or members) from some liability and also have some tax advantages.  In fact, many...
April 12, 2021
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Should I consider a debt settlement instead of bankruptcy?

Should I consider a debt settlement instead of bankruptcy?
For many people bankruptcy is often the best option, but If you are not a good candidate for bankruptcy, then you might consider trying a debt settlement with your creditors. What is Debt Settlement? Debt settlement is a negotiation process...
March 31, 2021
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How Friendly Creditors Can Make Money in Bankruptcy

How Friendly Creditors Can Make Money in Bankruptcy
Tina and Tony are a married couple who are in a Chapter 13 bankruptcy.  They are paying their plan payment on time, and things are going great until their car experiences serious issues.  Their mechanic estimates that it will cost...
March 24, 2021
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