Low income debtors often need to file bankruptcy to stop garnishments, car repossessions and foreclosures. The problem is, filing Chapter 7 bankruptcy is expensive and attorneys will not file a case until ALL those fees (typically $1,400 to $1,800) are paid.

Why won’t attorneys file cases for a small retainer and monthly payments on the

It costs a lot of money to go broke.  It really does. The cost of filing Chapter 7 in Nebraska is about $1,400 to $1,800 for the typical case, and many can never afford that cost.

To make matters worse, once a bankruptcy petition is filed with the court, attorneys are not allowed to accept

It has never been more dangerous for business owners to file Chapter 7 bankruptcy in Nebraska.

New rules now require that business owners prepare special valuation reports to provide more information about the assets of their business.  Chapter 7 Trustees have the power to sell unprotected assets, and they are demanding special reports showing the

Business owners filing Chapter 7 beware!  You may have to close your business until the Chapter 7 Trustee surrenders any claim to it.

That is the nightmare that potentially awaits unincorporated business owners who file Chapter 7.  Why is that?  And why does this only happen to unincorporated business owners?

The problem occurs because the