Welcome To The MN Bankruptcy Blog

Inside you will find over 500 helpful articles discussing the Chapter 7 & 13 Bankruptcy Process and other solutions for difficult financial situations.

 

      What Comes Next After Bankruptcy?

      Posted by Wesley Scott on June 15

      Filing bankruptcy can bring a massive amount of relief when you begin to feel the benefit of being protected from your creditors and the seemingly unending calls and communications that always seem to accompany them.  Likewise, receiving a bankruptcy discharge can also be a massive source of relief when you realize that you will never have to worry about any debts being discharged again.  However, after this discharge has gone through, you might ask: What will happen next?

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      Bank Accounts Closing During Bankruptcy in Minneapolis, Minnesota

      Posted by Amanda Scharber on June 10

      Filing bankruptcy may leave you feeling uncertain about your bank accounts. If you like your bank, you may want to keep it open, and if you do not like your bank or do not care one way or the other, you may be fine with it closing.  

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      Can I Discharge a Debt that is Already in Collections?

      Posted by Wesley Scott on June 5

      “Can I discharge a debt that is already in collections?”  - It’s a question many people ask when they look at beginning the bankruptcy process.  Sometimes, a debt collector might tell you you have no choice but to pay them once an account has been referred to them for collection.  What they might not tell you is that this debt may still be discharged through bankruptcy.  

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      Judgment Free Bankruptcy in Minneapolis, Minnesota

      Posted by Amanda Scharber on June 1

      At LifeBack Law, we don’t judge you, we help you get your life back. This is not just a slogan for us, but something we stand by and adhere to. 

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      This is why LifeBack Law Firm is Minnesota’s most kind and helpful bankruptcy law firm

      Posted by Wesley Scott on May 30

      At LifeBack Law Firm, we put our money where our mouth is. When we say we are Minnesota’s most kind and helpful bankruptcy law firm, we are willing to risk it all to preserve our core values despite some who wish to attack it.

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      Ways to Save on Groceries While in Bankruptcy in Minneapolis, Minnesota

      Posted by Amanda Scharber on May 28

      Whether you are trying to save on groceries due to income, dietary needs, family size, or other reasons, this blog will explore savings at the grocery store. 

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      Who Receives Notice You Filed Bankruptcy in Minneapolis, Minnesota

      Posted by Amanda Scharber on May 25

      Various parties will receive notice of your case filing, directly from the court, your attorney, a creditor, or a combination. The creditor or party’s interest in your case, will determine who receives notice you filed bankruptcy. 

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      LIFEBACK LAW FIRM: BANKRUPTCY AND FREE STUDENT LOAN DISCHARGE ANALYSIS!

      Posted by Wesley Scott on May 23

           LifeBack Law Firm is pleased to announce we are now offering all Minnesotans a free analysis of whether getting their student loans discharged in bankruptcy is a possibility. We also offer representation of Minnesotans in bankruptcy with respect to student loan discharge proceedings. At LifeBack, we did not want to “rush” into accepting money from Minnesotans without first understanding the lay of the land. Now that we have more clarity on student loan discharges in bankruptcy, we are proud to start accepting clients for bankruptcy and student loan discharges. 

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      CLAIMS IN A CONVERTED BANKRUPTCY CASE

      Posted by Col Ovik on May 23

      Occasionally, a bankruptcy case will be converted from one chapter to a different chapter. There are several reasons to convert a case. A typical conversion would be a conversion from a chapter 13 filing to a chapter 7. The reasons to convert include: loss of income, increased dependents, reduction in income, divorce, or a failed business. Debts incurred after the filing of the original bankruptcy, but prior to the date of conversion receive the same treatment as prepetition claims.  

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      Can Bankruptcy Help with Rent in Minneapolis, Minnesota

      Posted by Amanda Scharber on May 19

      Whether you have a prior lease you still owe on that you cannot pay or you are behind on a current lease, bankruptcy may be able to help. 

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      Proof of Claims in Bankruptcy in Minneapolis, Minnesota

      Posted by Amanda Scharber on May 16

      When you file either an asset Chapter 7 case or a Chapter 13 case, your creditors can file a claim. The claim will state, who the creditor is, where they can be reached, the amount owed to them, why it is owed, and proof of the debt. Creditors file claims in cases, so the trustee knows who to pay. 

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      Hoglund Law Reviews by Real Customers

      Posted by Col Ovik on May 12

          Over the years, I have seen many reviews written by angry clients of Hoglund Law. Many complained about the fact that Hoglund Law claimed to be “local” and one said were “states away”.  These are heartbreaking reviews to read when the person is already vulnerable and often sick. It doesn’t help when Hoglund Law admits to using software to mask bad reviews by angry clients who felt duped by Hoglund Law. The software is designed to “gate” bad reviews (i.e. not publish bad reviews) and only publish good reviews. It’s a slimy tactic that should be banned and is unbecoming of a law office in Minnesota.

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      How Does Income Impact Bankruptcy in Minneapolis, Minnesota

      Posted by Amanda Scharber on May 8

      When you first speak with an attorney about options for filing bankruptcy, you should know an average of your income or your hourly rate, or at least a best estimate of your income. Income is important, because it can determine which bankruptcy you will file. 

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      BANKRUPTCY AND FORECLOSURE

      Posted by Col Ovik on May 4

      In the event of a pending foreclosure, bankruptcy can be a practical tool. The bankruptcy can stay the impending foreclosure process, but the bankruptcy filing is not the end of the process for the debtor. The bankruptcy debtor will also be tasked with specific responsibilities. 

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      Assets Listed in Bankruptcy in Minneapolis, Minnesota

      Posted by Amanda Scharber on May 1

      When you file bankruptcy you must list everything you own or are entitled to. When you file, you create a bankruptcy estate. The estate owns everything you own or are entitled to until the exemption objection period passes or you buy back non-exempt assets from the estate. 

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      Can You Discharge Medical Debt in Bankruptcy in Minneapolis, Minnesota

      Posted by Amanda Scharber on April 30

      While there is no such thing as medical bankruptcy cases, you can still discharge medical debt in bankruptcy. In fact, medical debt is fairly easy to include in bankruptcy, as long as you know where your medical debt was incurred. For example, the hospital or clinic you went to. 

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