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Is A Trustee Required In Every Bankruptcy Case?

Bankruptcy trustees are appointed in practically every individual consumer bankruptcy case. Depending on the case, the trustee will have a variety of obligations and powers. What’s more, the trustee may be an attorney but does not have to be. In fact, many trustees are accountants, probably because their skill set is well suited to handling their duties.

Rising Interest Rates And Refinancing After A Foreclosure

News & Advice From The Leading Carson Bankruptcy Attorney

If you’ve been reading the news, it’s no secret that home loan rates have been rising throughout 2018. If you’re one of the more than 700,000 Americans who filed for bankruptcy last year, often involving a foreclosure as well, then you may be wondering if you’ll ever be able to take advantage of home loan rates that are still historically low.