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Concentrating on Bankruptcy since 1984
Litigating for more than 35 years, this firm has represented Fortune 500 companies to impoverished persons seeking relief from their financial burdens.

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What is Bankruptcy?
What is the definition of bankruptcy and what you need before you consider filing.

Frequently asked questions regarding various types of bankruptcy

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Chapter 7 and Chapter 13 Issues
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Major Changes to Bankruptcy Law
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Published Articles:
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Most Unscheduled Debts May Be Discharged
ABI Journal -- by Robert C. Meyer
Common sense would dictate that any creditor who had no knowledge of the bankruptcy, because the creditor was not included in the debtor’s bankruptcy schedules and therefore was not noticed of the case, would not have its debt be subjected to the bankruptcy discharge.

Section 522 (b) (3)
A Debtor with No Homestead Exemption

This article establishes the idiosyncratic homestead-shifting statute of 11 U.S.C. 522 (b) (3) and an Idaho judge's review of the same, and how the court interpreted 522 (b) (3) with Maryland law to conclude that, in certain situations, a debtor might be deprived of a homestead exemption.

Bankruptcy And Trusts
Consumer Corner - ABI Journal - February 2021 - Page 26

Florida Bar Tax Bulletin, 2020 Fall Issue
How to Interpret 11 U.S.C.

Legislative Update: Small Business Reorganization Act Arrives This Month

Are Client's Tax Returns Timely Enough for Discharge

Divorce Issues in Bankruptcy Often Make Handling Divorce Matters Advantageous

Divorce Issues, Part 2
The Shield and the Sword: DSO Creditors' Collection Improves in Bankruptcy

Clawback Periods May Extend to Six or Ten Years

ABC Assignee Banned From Filing A Voluntary Bankruptcy Petition

Will A Surrender in Bankruptcy Terminate Defenses in Florida Foreclosure?

Illegality of Marajuana Growing Prohibits Bankruptcy Plan Confirmation

Accomplishments within our industry

Robert C. Meyer, P.A.

2221 Coral Way, Second Floor
Miami, FL 33145

Phone: 305-285-8838
Fax: 305-285-8919

Specializing in Bankruptcy Law
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