What are the Utah Bankruptcy Exemptions?

The Utah legislature and Congress has identified certain assets that cannot be taken from you to pay your creditors. These are referred to as exempt assets, or bankruptcy exemptions. If you have lived in Utah for at least two years, you can apply to Utah bankruptcy exemptions to any applicable assets as part of your bankruptcy filing. If you have …

Meeting of Creditors – Chapter 7 Bankruptcy

Most of our bankruptcy clients never have to go to court.  However, every client has to attend a meeting conducted by the Bankruptcy Trustee called the “Meeting of Creditors” or “341 Meeting” (after the section of the Bankruptcy Code requiring that the meeting be held). The primary purpose of this meeting is to give the bankruptcy trustee an opportunity to ask questions …

Why would I want to file bankruptcy?

  We speak with consumers and entrepreneurs across Utah every day about their financial matters.  If you are struggling with garnishments, judgments, or back taxes . . . you can find help in bankruptcy.  For those facing foreclosure or repossession of a vehicle, bankruptcy may be the answer.  Tax liens, garnishments, and foreclosure can cost you everything you have worked for in life.  Our clients tell us …

File bankruptcy today!

If you have a problem with a creditor garnishing your check this weekend, FILE BANKRUPTCY TODAY