Billion Law - Wilmington, Delaware 19806

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2 Mill Road Wilmington
Delaware 19806

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(302) 543-8255

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Augustine C-Off & 18th St - 0.2 miles south east

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Are you and your family slowly slipping into debt? A Wilmington bankruptcy attorney from Billion Law can help you fight foreclosure, wage garnishment and settle your debt! Call today.

Wilmington bankruptcy attorney Mark Billion handles bankruptcy matters throughout Delaware. If you need legal assistance filing for bankruptcy, call today for a free personal finance consultation.

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Billion Law is located in the Wilmington area of Delaware. There are at least 11 other listings in the 19806 postcode area.

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Unsure what bankruptcy is? If so, you’re not alone! People throughout the country struggling with debt may begin to believe the multiple myths that surround the subject. Don’t let misunderstanding keep you from seeking the help that you deserve. Below, we debunk some of the most common bankruptcy myths. Click the link below to learn more or contact us today to discuss your personal situation!
8/15/2012 9:09:03 PM
Billion Law
I think I am going to be getting a large personal injury settlement -- can I still file bankruptcy? The answer is yes. But be careful. If the value of your settlement exceeds the value of the exemptions you can claim, you could be out a great deal of money. This is one of those times you should consult an attorney!
8/30/2011 9:54:39 PM
Billion Law
We have a few people in the office that can handle your collection calls. If there are garnishments, we can have them lifted. Essentially, we will help you avoid the harassing calls at work and at home. We all know they can be embarrassing
8/30/2011 6:47:39 PM
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Also, I should just make a note -- feel free to post any general questions you have (don't be shy).
8/26/2011 3:37:21 PM
Billion Law
What can I do about child support? This is a tough one. Child support has to be paid, even if you have filed for bankruptcy. If you file a Chapter 7, the debt will just pass through -- what you owed before, you will owe afterward. If you file a chapter 13, you will have to pay everything you owe through the plan -- which gives you three to five years to get things straight.
8/26/2011 3:36:11 PM
Billion Law
Will bankruptcy help if my home is in foreclosure? Generally speaking, yes. By filing bankruptcy you -- at a minimum -- get some time to sort through your options. This could give you time to pursue a modification, or try to come up with the arrearage. Or, using a chapter 13, you could develop a plan that lets you keep the house and pay back the arrearage over a period of three to five years.
8/25/2011 4:37:54 PM
Billion Law
Do I have to include my car in a bankruptcy? The answer is "Yes, but." Yes, you do have to declare the car as an asset, and if there is one, list the loan as a secured debt. But ... the odds are that I am going to be able to exempt whatever equity you have in it, and so long as you reaffirm the loan and make the payments, you will get to keep the car!
8/22/2011 1:24:37 PM
Mark Billion
What if I filed bankruptcy before-can I file again? Yes. Depending on how much time has passed since your last filing, and the outcome (did you get your discharge?), you may be able to file a chapter 13 or even another chapter 7.
8/22/2011 12:31:45 AM
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Can bankruptcy help if my utilities are being shut off? Yes. If you file before they cut your power off, you will be able to keep the lights on, and the arrears on your bill will be discharged in the filing!
8/20/2011 2:32:32 PM
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When do I have to file to stop a Sheriff's Sale? Before the house is sold. Once you have filed, the sale cannot legally be completed. So even if the sale "happens" after you file, it is null and void. One thing to remember: In order to file, you must have completed credit counseling -- and this takes a couple of hours -- so don't delay until the very last minute!
8/20/2011 2:15:28 PM

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9:00 am to 5:00 pm
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