A: While that question may seem relatively simple, I would need more information to answer it effectively. More often than not when an individual files a Chapter 7, they surrender the home in the bankruptcy. This means once the bankruptcy is completed a foreclosure will most likely be filed. If you wanted to keep the home
A: In Florida, we are fortunate to have the homestead protection. This means that creditors cannot take your primary homestead property unless of course you put a mortgage or lien on the property. In your case, without a mortgage on the property, you would get the benefit of the homestead protection. With that said, when it
A: That is a very good question. It is a question we get quite often in our office. The quick answer to the question is that yes, it most likely, will discharge your obligation to pay this medical debt. To be sure though, we would need to sit down and go over the all of your
A: I am sorry to hear that you were fired from your job. I can only imagine what a difficult time this must be for you. I will need some more information from you about your job and your employment history before I can determine if you have a case. Although, Florida is an at-will employment
A: The Family and Medical Leave Act (FMLA) requires that employers with 50 or more employees provide 12 weeks off to qualifying individuals for a serious health condition of themselves or immediate family members. The FMLA requires that employees on leave be returned to the same or similar job with the same pay and benefits. An
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