Jordan Bublick

  • Unsecured Debt in Chapter 13: How Much Must You Pay?

    The amount you are required to pay back to your general unsecured creditors in a Chapter 13 Bankruptcy Case depends on various factors. It can range from only a few pennies on the dollar to a 100% of the debt. The amount required to be paid must be the higher of the "Means Test" (projected disposable income) and the amount of the chapter 7 liquidation test.

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  • Miami Bankruptcy Law Blog

    (305) 891-4055 - Free Initial Consultation - Office: Miami - Aventura - Bankruptcy Attorney Jordan E. Bublick - 25 Years Experience - Chapter 13 and chapter 7 bankruptcy are the types of bankruptcy used by individuals to obtain debt relief. Chapter 13 and chapter 7 bankruptcy each provides for different requirements and relief.

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  • [PIC] Cops Use These Now

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  • You've Been Accepted by Who's_Who

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  • Exemption of Annuities in Florida

    Florida law provides for a certain exemption for annuities. Florida Statute section 222.14 provides that "the proceeds of annuity contracts issued to citizens or residents of the state, upon whatever form, shall not in any case be liable to attachment, garnishment ... or legal process in favor of any creditor ... of the person who is the beneficiary of such annuity contract, unless the ...

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  • Second Foreclosure Case and Quiet Title Action

    A 2013 Florida case dealt with the issue of whether a mortgage remained enforceable after a the dismissal of a foreclosure case and more than five years has passed from the date of the first default in mortgage payments. The homeowner argued that the five year Florida statute of limitations applied to render the mortgage no longer enforceable.

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  • Introduction to Chapter 13

    A chapter 13 case is started by filing a petition with the Bankruptcy Court along with the schedules and statements that explain the person's financial situation. Under chapter 13, the debtor must submit a plan or reorganization to provide for his various classes of debt - priority, secured, and unsecured.

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  • Transfers Before a Bankruptcy

    There are several provisions that address transfers before a bankruptcy case - federal bankruptcy statutes, state statutes, and state common law. Transfers that violate these rules are subject to avoidance and the involved parties may face other serious penalties. A bankruptcy debtor who engages in fraudulent transfer can be denied his discharge in bankruptcy. ...

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  • Chapter 13 Bankruptcy Plan

    The bankruptcy code requires a chapter 13 debtor to file a chapter 13 plan. The chapter 13 debtor has the exclusive right to file a plan as chapter 13 is a voluntary proceeding. If the debtor fails to file a plan, the case may be dismissed or converted to chapter 7. Chapter 13 plans generally are designed to adjust payment of debts under a flexible repayment plan.

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  • Credit Counseling Prior to Bankruptcy

    The bankruptcy code requires that an individual seeking to file for bankruptcy relief must take a certain approve credit counseling course during the 180 days prior to the filing of the case. The course must be take from an approved nonprofit budget and credit counseling agency. The course may be ta ...

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  • Student Loans

    Experts state that by early 2013, the amount of student loan debt in the United States surpassed $1 trillion and that nearly 20% of Americans households owe on student loans. It is also reported that student loan delinquency and default are also on the rise. By 2009, about 9% of borrowers had defaulted. Student graduating from for-profit schools have a much worse default rate.

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  • Cancellation or Rescission

    Cancellation or rescission generally refers to a process by which a court terminates or cancels a contract or other instruments. Cancellation and rescission is distinguished from reformation, which is a generally a relief by a court to modify an agreement to express the true agreement or intentions of the parties. The remedy of rescission is an ancient remedy provided by court of equity.

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