June 15, 2022, by William Berggren Creditors and debt collectors can make your life difficult. They can take away your belongings or home to recover the debt owed to them. However, you can protect yourself from creditor harassment and repossession by filing for bankruptcy. Hiring an experienced bankruptcy lawyer in Raleigh will help you file for
June 15, 2022, by William Berggren If you are facing serious financial challenges, filing for bankruptcy may be a solution. Bankruptcy stops repossessions, foreclosures, and can help restructure loan repayment terms. Having an experienced Raleigh bankruptcy lawyer will ensure the process works smoothly. Berggren Law Offices, PLLC is a trusted bankruptcy law firm you can count
June 15, 2022, by William Berggren You may find it hard to pay your debts on time during these challenging economic times. This puts your home and other possessions at risk of being taken away by creditors or debt collectors. What can you do to protect your home, car, or other assets from repossession by creditors?
The sheriff just served me with a “Notice of Right to Have Exemptions Designated,” what do I do now?
Jun 23 2013 by William Berggren North Carolina law sets forth certain “exemptions” that you, the judgment debtor, are entitled to. Exemptions allow you to keep or exempt certain property notwithstanding the judgment. Most of these exemptions are set forth in N.C.G.S. 1C-1601. The judgment creditor is required to serve you notice of your rights to
Jun 23 2013 by William Berggren The goal of the plaintiff / creditor that filed the lawsuit is to obtain a judgment against you, and in turn seek collection of that judgment through the post-judgment collection process. A judgment is basically a finding by a court of law that you are legally obligated to repay the