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Attorney & Staff Resume. Background and credentials for Weber Law Firm, P.C. attorneys and staff.
Bankruptcy Reform Changes. Overview of important changes made by the 2005 bankruptcy reform legislation.
Extended Time Between Discharges. Time periods that must pass before a person may receive a bankruptcy discharge in consecutive bankruptcy cases.
Financial Education. Personal financial management course requirement as condition to receive bankruptcy discharge.
Chapter 13 Super Discharge Shrinkage. Changes in scope of Chapter 13 discharge as a result of 2005 bankruptcy reform legislation.
Credit Counseling. Credit counseling from approved nonprofit credit counseling agency in order to be eligible to file for bankruptcy relief.
Means Testing. Income and expense test that debtors must pass to avoid dismissal of a bankruptcy case for abuse.
Median Family Income. Table of median family income statistics for Texas residents with between 1 and 11 household members.
Bankruptcy Library of Statutes and Rules. Library of bankruptcy related statutes and rules.
Blog on Bankruptcy – Bankruptcy law related articles and resources for bankruptcy professionals and clients.
Chapter 13 – Super Discharge. Rules concerning the expanded discharge of debts in Chapter 13 bankruptcy cases.
Chapter 7 Overview. Overview of the rules, procedures, benefits and limitations of Chapter 7 bankruptcy.
Chapter Choice for Individuals – 7, 11, 12 or 13? The differences between filing for bankruptcy under Chapter 7, 11, 12 and 13.
Choosing a Bankruptcy Attorney. Factors to consider in choosing a bankruptcy attorney in Houston.
Contact Us. Contact information for Weber Law Firm, P.C. attorneys and staff.
Counties Served. Geographic locations served by Weber Law Firm, P.C.
Credit After Bankruptcy. How to re-establish good credit after filing for bankruptcy.
Creditor Representation. Overview of services provided to creditors for bankruptcy cases filed in the Greater Houston area.
Debtor Representation. Overview of services and procedures relating to the representation of debtors considering filing for bankruptcy relief in the Greater Houston area.
Bankruptcy Interview Process. Explanation of the interview process for persons seeking bankruptcy protection.
Documents to Bring. Items needed before the initial interview and before the bankruptcy case is filed.
Fees and Costs. Fees and costs for filing Chapter 7, 11 and 13 bankruptcy cases.
Free Consultation. Details concerning free telephone screening and free initial office conference.
Questionnaire. Completion of intake questionnaire before initial office consultation.
Directions. Directions to Weber Law Firm, P.C. office and the Houston and Galveston federal courthouses.
Discharging Tax Debts in Bankruptcy. Requirements for discharging tax debts in bankruptcy cases.
Disclaimer. Concerning application and accuracy of website materials.
Exemptions in Bankruptcy. An overview of the law relating to exemptions in bankruptcy – the property which is exempt from seizure in a bankruptcy case.
HACBA. Instructions and requirements for admission to the Houston Association of Bankruptcy Attorneys.
Non-Dischargeable Debts. An explanation of types of debts that can not be discharged in most bankruptcy cases.
Child Support and Alimony and Related Attorney’s Fees. Ongoing monthly payment obligations and arrearages (past due payments) are not dischargeable in any bankruptcy case.
Debts Incurred to Pay Non-Dischargeable Taxes. Debts incurred to pay a non-dischargeable federal, state or local taxes.
Divorce Decree Debts. Debts created in the course of a divorce proceedings.
Drunk Drivers Causing Death or Injury. Debts relating to death or personal injury inflicted on another person while the debtor was driving a motor vehicle intoxicated on alcohol, drugs or other substances.
Embezzlement, Theft or Breach of Fiduciary Duty. Debts and damages awards for embezzlement, theft, conversion, fraud or misuse of funds by a fiduciary.
Fines, Penalties & Criminal Restitution. Dischargeability of civil and criminal fines and penalties in bankruptcy cases.
Fraud Claims. Debts for money, property, services, or credit obtained by fraud or the use of a false financial statement.
Procedure for Preserving Non-Dischargeable Debts. The procedures that must be followed to obtain a court ruling that a debt is non-dischargeable.
Securities Fraud or Securities Law Violations. Debts relating to violations of federal or state securities laws.
Summary Table. Summary of debts that are non-dischargeable in bankruptcy cases.
Unlisted Creditors. Debts owed to creditors that are not properly listed in the bankruptcy schedules.
Willful and Malicious Injury to Persons or Property. Debts related to conduct in willfully and maliciously injuring or causing the death of another person.
Office Hours. Time during which office is open and telephones are answered.
Referral List. Lists of bankruptcy attorneys lawyers located outside of Weber Law Firm, P.C. service area.
Repossession Law in Texas. Laws regulating repossession of vehicles in Texas.
Resource Links. Links to bankruptcy related web sties.
Videos. Bankruptcy Basics by U.S. Courts. Videos describing basic information relating to consumer bankruptcy process.