Facebook and Bankruptcy

Posted on April 18, 2018. Filed under: Chapter 13 Bankruptcy, Chapter 7 Bankruptcy, Consumer Alerts | Tags: , |

In order to provide as much information to folks in as many formats as possible, we have two Facebook pages that offer this outreach and we also offer occasional  posts on those pages with information about consumer finance issues and other financial topics of interest. You may want to check out these pages:

John Rogers, Attorney at Law

Rogers Law Consumer Help Center

We are solely determined to offer the finest in advice and representation to folks who may need to consider bankruptcy for help. With almost 30 years of experience in this area, we strive to assist folks with their options at the lowest cost available.

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Check out our Facebook Page at Rogers Law Consumer Help Center !

Posted on March 4, 2016. Filed under: Chapter 13 Bankruptcy, Chapter 7 Bankruptcy, Consumer Alerts, Consumer Bankruptcy Attorney, The Practice of Law | Tags: , , |

 

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At Kentucky Bankruptcy Attorney John Rogers, we have a Facebook Page where we offer and share articles and insights into consumer finance issues that are of interest.  We also share information about issues and questions regarding personal and business bankruptcy.

Check us out today at this link.

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Buy Here, Pay Here Car Loans … Do I Have to List It in My Bankruptcy ?

Posted on December 30, 2015. Filed under: Chapter 13 Bankruptcy, Chapter 7 Bankruptcy, Consumer Alerts, Consumer Bankruptcy Attorney, Reorganization of Debts | Tags: , , , , , , |

Yes, car lots that finance the purchase of car are very common and do have to be listed as a creditor in  your bankruptcy and the vehicle you purchased does have to be listed as an asset. If you have such a vehicle loan, be sure and tell your bankruptcy attorney about the loan. If you are current on the loan, and you are filing Chapter 7 bankruptcy, you can very likely reaffirm the loan and keep paying the car lot and keep the vehicle.  You also have the option of surrendering the vehicle back to the car lot and owing them nothing in a Chapter 7 bankruptcy.  If you are filing Chapter 13 bankruptcy, you can surrender the vehicle, keep the vehicle and keep paying for it outside the Chapter 13 plan, or put the debt on the vehicle inside the plan and keep the vehicle. The details, paperwork and title of the purchase and the vehicle need to be provided to your bankruptcy attorney immediately.  There are issues that could arise that your attorney can check that could affect your ability to keep the vehicle if you are filing Chapter 7, even if you wanted to keep paying for it and are current on the payments.

Your attorney can guide you as to the best option for you in keeping the vehicle or letting it go.

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Bankruptcy Court in Bowling Green Kentucky … also known as the US Bankruptcy Court for the Western District of Kentucky, Bowling Green Division

Posted on February 8, 2010. Filed under: Chapter 13 Bankruptcy, Chapter 7 Bankruptcy, Consumer Alerts, Consumer Bankruptcy Attorney | Tags: , |

The Bankruptcy District of the United States Bankruptcy Court for the Western District of Kentucky is divided into Divisions.  The Office of John Rogers, Attorney at Law focuses its practice in serving persons and businesses filing bankruptcy that reside in the Bowling Green Division.  The Bowling Green Division contains the following Counties and Cites:

COUNTIES –

Adair                             Hart

Allen                             Logan

Barren                           Metcalfe

Butler                            Monroe

Casey                           Russell

Clinton                          Simpson

Cumberland                   Taylor

Edmonson                     Todd

Green                           Warren

COUNTIES AND THEIR CITIES

Adair County Cities                                                     

Columbia

Allen County Cities–                                                                                                  

Scottsville

 

Barren County Cities–

Austin

Cave City

Hiseville

Glasgow

Eighty Eight     

Etoile

Butler County Cities–

Morgantown

Rochester

Woodbury

Casey County Cities–

Liberty

Clinton County Cities

Albany

Cumberland County Cities–

Burkesville

Edmonson County Cities–

Brownsville

Green County Cities–

Greensburg

Hart County Cities–

Bonnieville

Horse Cave

Munfordville

Logan County Cities–

Adairville

Auburn

Lewisburg

Russellville

Metcalfe County Cities

Edmonton

Summer Shade

Russell County Cities–

Jamestown

Russell Springs

Simpson County Cities–

Franklin

Todd County Cities–

Allensville

Elkton

Guthrie

Trenton

Warren County Cities–

Bowling Green

Oakland

Plum Springs

Smiths Grove

Woodburn

Taylor County Cities:

Campbellsville

Finley

Also, be sure to visit us at our Kentucky Bankruptcy Attorney Facebook Page for more helpful information about bankruptcy.

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