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Do’s and Don’ts for Taxpayers Who Get a Letter or Notice from The Irs

Most IRS letters and notices are about federal tax returns or tax accounts. The notice or letter will explain the reason for the contact and gives instructions on what to do.

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Secured Claim Paid Through the Plan

When you file a bankruptcy, you legally break every contract you have. When you confirm a Chapter 13 plan it replaces the contracts. The car creditor has rights under the contract that have not been discharged yet. If your Chapter 13 is dismissed the car creditor has the right to enforce the pre-petition contract and collect all that is owed or can repossess the vehicle.

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Do I have to include current credit cards when dismissing chapter 13 and filing chapter 7?

Bankruptcy is an all or nothing proposition, you must list all your assets and all your debts, you cannot leave anything out. When you convert a case from Chapter 13 to Chapter 7 you must disclose any debts you incurred since the filing of the Chapter 13 so that they can be included in the Chapter 7 and discharged.

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Q and A

If I am filing chapter 13 Bankruptcy and My spouse is not joint filing Will the courts look at purchases she makes?

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How to Get a Tax Transcript from The IRS

Taxpayers who didn't save a copy of their prior year's tax return, but now need it, have a few options to get the information. Individuals should generally keep copies of their tax returns and any documents for at least three years after they file.

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Consumer Bankruptcy Attorneys for Chapter 7 and Chapter 13 Filing

If you are looking for an affordable bankruptcy lawyer in Southern California, you’ve come to the right place.

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Bankruptcy Trustee

In Chapter 7 and Chapter 13 bankruptcy your bankruptcy estate is governed by a court appointed trustee.

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Bankruptcy Estate

Upon the filing of the bankruptcy a bankruptcy estate is created.

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Bankruptcy Discharge

The point of a bankruptcy is a discharge. A discharge is a legal defense to paying back a debt which basically means that you do not owe the debt.

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The Automatic Stay Stops All Collection Activity Against You and Your Property.

The filing of a bankruptcy stops all collection activity against you and your property.

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