Bankruptcy Legal Center Blog

Welcome to the Bankruptcy Legal Center blog, where you will find attorney commentary on important and interesting legal issues of concern that are commonly expressed by people in your community.  To quickly find blogs on topics that are of interest you, type in a search term in the Search box to the right, or use the blog menus below the search box.

San Diego Bankruptcy Law Blog

The Bankruptcy Legal Center blog features commentary, by an experienced lawyer, on important and interesting issues in San Diego bankruptcy law that are frequently encountered by our clients, both before and during the Chapter 7 and Chapter 13 process.  Here you may find answers to your specific questions here on our blog.

Legal Issues

The legal issues addressed in our blog are mainly focused on San Diego bankruptcy law, though some of our blog posts will discuss issues involving generally applicable law.  Where pertinent, reference will be made to San Diego law versus generally applicable law, as the case may be. 

 

The aim of this blog is to take the issues that our clients encounter on a daily basis and comment on the issues in such a way that will be valuable to you.  We provide useful examples, often in the form of an attorney's response to a specific client question or inquiry.

 

If you are considering filing a Chapter 7 case or filing a Chapter 13 repayment plan, or just exploring your debt relief options, you will find our blog to be very informative and enlightening, and, hopefully, enjoyable to read.

Questions

Many of our blog posts are written so as to answer questions commonly asked by our clients before, during and after their cases are filed.  Our aim is to anticipate all of your questions and provide you with concise, easy to follow answers that can help you understand the legal process.

 

If you have any questions that you would like to be addressed in our blog, or if you have any suggestions for an issue or topic you would like a lawyer to address or answer, please call our law office and speak to a lawyer.

This entry was posted in Bankruptcy.


2 Responses to Bankruptcy Legal Center Blog

  1. Ivan Alonso says:

    Hi,
    My certificate of completion was not added to my bankruptcy case before it was closed, My attorney is no where to be found since the law firm was desolved. What do I have to do now?
    Any help?

  2. Mark says:

    Dear Ivan, I assume you are referring to the certificate of completion of your debtor education course, which is the second part of the credit counseling requirement. You will need to reopen your case and file your certificate. You should retain a new bankruptcy attorney to do this for you and you should do this as soon as possible. Mark

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