How Does Chapter 12 Bankruptcy Work?

How Does Chapter 12 Bankruptcy Work?
Bankruptcy is never a straightforward topic. There are various chapters, each designed for specific situations. One lesser-known but vital type is Chapter 12 bankruptcy. Especially catered to two of the nation’s most cherished professions - farming and fishing, this type...
December 6, 2023
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W M Law is Here to Help – More than just a Bankruptcy firm

W M Law is Here to Help – More than just a Bankruptcy firm
The majority of what our firm does is bankruptcy related.  We advise individuals, farmers, and small businesses on their debt relief options and often recommend bankruptcy filings.  We file a lot of bankruptcies for Kansas and Missouri residents in and...
April 10, 2020
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New Bankruptcy Legislation Aims to Help Bankrupt Debtors

New Bankruptcy Legislation Aims to Help Bankrupt Debtors
By Ryan Blay, W M Law Attorney at Law With pressing major legislation and partisan conflict, Congress does not always take the time to review bankruptcy legislation.  When it does, however, it has taken some steps to make bankruptcy a...
October 18, 2019
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Can a Chapter 12 Bankruptcy Help Me Save My Farm?

Can a Chapter 12 Bankruptcy Help Me Save My Farm?
The answer may be yes!  Farming is a very challenging profession.  Even successful farmers are one bad crop yield or sickness in a livestock herd from struggling.  Kansas is one of the states that saw a decade-high number of Chapter...
May 7, 2019
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