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Dec 28.2017

Applying for a Liquor License – Do’s and…

When applying for a liquor license, there are many hurdles one must jump through in order to be successfully granted a license. It is because …

Nov 19.2017

The Furthest Reaches of an Individual’ Right to…

There are sometimes cases that come through the court system that clearly demonstrate the furthest reaches of the law. In 2015, Police came upon a …

Nov 12.2017

Driving Under The Influence: Should You Submit To…

Most motorists have found themselves at a bar in the past discussing the very topic of whether it is smart to blow into a breathalyzer …

Oct 31.2017

Happy Halloween: Costumes, Candy, and Alcohol-Related Offenses

It’s that time of year again… the leaves are turning orange, red, and yellow; pumpkin spice everything seems to have run amok; porches and steps …

Oct 25.2017

Is a Misdemeanor Criminal Conviction Robbing You of…

It can be embarrassing to explain to a criminal conviction even when the conviction was a misdemeanor. Misdemeanors can involve serious criminal conduct; however, much …

Oct 18.2017

No Contact Orders: Intended and Unintended Consequences

Having a no contact order filed against you carries both intended an unintended consequences. The intended consequences, for purposes of this writing, are the terms …

Aug 18.2015

Debtor Entitled to Post-Petition Wages in Chapter 13…

Individual debtors who find it difficult to pay all their debts generally have two options for obtaining debt relief under the Bankruptcy Code — either …

Aug 18.2015

When a Second Mortgage May Not Be Voided…

The United States Supreme Court recently came out with a decision that allows a junior mortgage to remain in Chapter 7 bankruptcy even if the …

Jun 29.2015

Former US Congressman Files for Chapter 7 Bankruptcy

Ex US Congressman Kerry Bentivolio recently filed for Chapter 7 bankruptcy declaring that he only $100 in cash and $200 in a savings account while …

Jun 15.2015

Two US Banks to Delete Records of Chapter…

Amidst lawsuits filed by former debtors, whose debts were discharged in various bankruptcy proceedings – including Chapter 13 bankruptcy filings, two major US banks have …