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Bankruptcy - How to Keep Certain Property and Assets With a Chapter 7 Bankruptcy

Submitted by Landon Reeves on Mon, 03/11/2019 - 19:43

Bankruptcy - How to Keep Certain Property and Assets With a Chapter 7 Bankruptcy

This blog is going to discuss the most common question and concern that my clients have regarding filing Chapter 7 bankruptcy: how can I keep my house and my car? Or, put another way, how can I keep my property that I still owe on but is necessary for work and life?

Estate Planning - The Common and Often Complex Problem of Estate Planning for Blended Families

Submitted by Landon Reeves on Sun, 01/13/2019 - 10:25
It is extremely important to plan for the blended family in the event that one of the parents (or step-parents) passes away because so often the biological children of the first parent to decease gets left out and disinherited unintentionally. We see this all of the time and urge people to properly plan on the front end so that your children or your step-children do not get unintentionally disinherited.

Bankruptcy - Explaining the Basics of Bankruptcy

Submitted by Landon Reeves on Mon, 12/03/2018 - 20:49
Bankruptcy law can be confusing, complex, and difficult to navigate but it is one of the areas of specialization for the Reeves Law Firm. The vast majority of our bankruptcy clients are good, hard-working folks who have either had medical issues resulting in massive medical bills that they simply cannot pay or some unexpected life event occurs where they simply need more money than they have at that moment and so they turn to credit cards.

Estate Planning - Basics of Estate Planning (Wills vs. Trusts)

Submitted by Landon Reeves on Tue, 11/13/2018 - 16:29

Estate planning, including wills, trusts, probate, and Medicaid planning, is a significant part of my practice, and I absolutely love it because I get to help families protect their hard-earned assets and property. I am a firm believer that everyone absolutely needs some form of estate planning in order to protect their current assets and to protect any assets that they might acquire in the future.