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You always have the right to control who represents you in legal matters. That is a fact that is always true no matter what type of legal situation you find yourself dealing with. If you filed a bankruptcy and Firm A represents you; you have the right to fire Firm A and hire Firm B to substitute in as counsel. REASONS WHY YOU MAY FIRE AN ATTORNEY You do not have to justify your reasons for wanting to...

In my career clients sometimes will ask "why can't I just file bankruptcy on my own?"  My answer is always the same, "if your arm was broken, would you reset the bone yourself or go to a doctor?"  Clients always say "I'd go to a doctor" This is the exact same situation, your financial life is broken, go to the doctor so it can be fixed. Herrin & Wright are financial doctors and specialize in fixing...

Can I include my student loans in my bankruptcy?  Are there qualifications I have to meet?  What is the process? Is it different than a “regular” personal bankruptcy? Student loan debt is likely to be the next bubble that bursts in our economy.  Today, there is over $1 trillion in federal student loan debt!   The problem with student loan debt is twofold. First, college is much more expensive now.  The increase in the cost of college...

To answer this question, we first need to identify which chapter of bankruptcy you have filed or are planning to file.  There are several chapters, but the primary consumer chapters are known as a Chapter 7 Bankruptcy or a Chapter 13 Bankruptcy. Chapter 7 Bankruptcy: In a Chapter 7 Bankruptcy, the timing of the tax refund is important.  Bankruptcy allows most people to keep all of their property. This is accomplished by using state or federal exemptions....