Litigating Discharge Violations

The term “discharge” means to release from debt.  It comes from carrus, meaning a two-wheeled wagon, and dis- meaning to do the opposite of.  So, the original meaning of discharge was to remove someone or something from a cart.  A “Discharge” is the final result that most people who file bankruptcy are hoping to achieve. A discharge in bankruptcy …

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Ask a bankruptcy lawyer: Can bankruptcy restructure my mortgage?

QUESTION: CAN A RESIDENTIAL MORTGAGE BE RESTRUCTURED BY A BANKRUPTCY? ANSWER: Yes and no, depending on what restructuring you want. A Chapter 7 bankruptcy is not going to change, restructure, or resolve unpaid mortgage payments. This type of bankruptcy is geared more towards handling unsecured debts, meaning those debts that do not have an asset …

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Crowder Law Offers Debt Relief Services

LOS ANGELES, CA: Los Angeles Attorney Douglas A. Crowder (https://crowderlaw.com) offers debt relief services to the public, including debt settlement, creditor “hold-off,” and bankruptcy. Crowder Law Center is a “debt relief agency” as defined by federal law. In addition to helping people avoid bankruptcy, their services also include helping people and businesses obtain relief under the …

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Crowder Law Center Holds “Trial of the Century” Songwriting Contest

LOS ANGELES, CA: Los Angeles Attorney Douglas A. Crowder (https://crowderlaw.com) is holding a songwriting contest in which the first prize is $1,000, second prize is $500, and third prize is $250. Dubbed the “Trial of the Century Songwriting Contest,” the contest is specifically for songwriters to write music to go along with lyrics written by …

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