Category: Bankruptcy

In these challenging financial times, the law offers clients struggling with unmanageable debt situations a variety of tools to triumph over debt. Limitless Law PLLC can work with you to determine the right tools to use in your particular case: Chapter 7 or 13 Bankruptcy, Debt Settlement and other debt counseling and advice are available.

Chapter 7 Bankruptcy – What Happens When You File?

Bankruptcy can be confusing and stressful, but it doesn’t have to be. At Limitless Law, we pride ourselves on helping make the legal system easier for our clients to navigate. Here is a general idea of the steps involved in a Chapter 7 bankruptcy case in the Western District of Washington, where our law firm [..]

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Are Courts Open During COVID-19?

COVID-19 has had far-reaching consequences, including the courts. Though the courts and legal services are considered “essential businesses” under the Washington state governor’s Stay Home, Stay Healthy order, there have many been changes to court operations during this time. Bankruptcy Court: If you are preparing to file for bankruptcy, the bankruptcy court is still accepting [..]

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Debt and Bankruptcy in the Time of Coronavirus

Debt and bankruptcy are unfortunate realities during the time of the coronavirus. It is important to know your legal options. In the response to the coronavirus pandemic, the United States government has passed a sweeping new law to help relieve the financial burden on individuals and small businesses. Among other things, this new law changed [..]

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‘Til Debt Do Us Part

Often times money troubles come hand-in-hand with marital and divorce troubles. Not only is the process often expensive, but you are often facing a future with half or less of the household income you were accustomed to living on. With this change in circumstances, it is not surprising that sometimes debt starts to become overwhelming [..]

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Missed Asset in Bankruptcy

Filing for bankruptcy can often be stressful and requires you to keep track of a large amount of paperwork. Part of an attorney’s job is to help keep your information organized and update you on what the court needs to see so your bankruptcy goes as smoothly as possible. In our office, we start this [..]

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Do People Like Me Qualify for Bankruptcy?

Have you ever wondered if filing for bankruptcy might be a solution to your financial concerns? Bankruptcy can and does happen to really good people who find themselves in a bad situation. Don’t feel guilty or alone if you think you might fall into this category. In fact, since the Great Recession the stigma around [..]

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Can Bankruptcy Help With My DUI or Speeding Tickets?

Unfortunately, car accidents often result in more than just a broken tail light or dented bumper. The consequences of a motor vehicle accident, or even racking up too many tickets for speeding or driving with a suspended license, can often be financially devastating. Car accident damage might be covered by insurance (if you even have [..]

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Student Loans are a Hard Ship to Sink

In modern times the greatest source of debt for most individuals is their student loans. Student loans can quickly reach hundreds of thousands of dollars and too many are overwhelming.  While for most types of debt bankruptcy offers an opportunity to get out from under the burden of debt, however Student Loan Forgiveness through bankruptcy [..]

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Co-Signers and Bankruptcy

Bankruptcy can be an opportunity for a clean slate. However this opportunity could come at a disadvantage to those you love if you do not properly take into account the liability of others as Co-signers or under Community Property. What is a Co-borrower vs. a Co-signer? A co-borrower is someone who usually has equal value [..]

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