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Remote Document/Form Signing
All Court Hearings are now telephonic and we have the capability of dialing in remotely.
You can still schedule a a face-to-face appointment but you must be wearing gloves and a mask to do so.
There are many options that we have available. Please feel free to reach out to us if you have any further questions.
Has debt taken over your life and robbed you of your peace of mind? Talk to a bankruptcy attorney about filing for Chapter 7 or Chapter 13 bankruptcy.
Are you unable to pay your debts, your employees and yourself? If your business isn't generating a profit, talk to a lawyer to see if Chapter 7 business liquidation is right for you.
It's time to find a real solution to your debt. If your bank accounts are in the red month after month, you could be eligible for bankruptcy. The team at Welles Law P.C. will work with you to determine the best way to get you out of debt.
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Thanks to a change in case law recently made by the 4th Circuit, it is now possible to partially strip off a second mortgage lien from your property in a Chapter 13 case. That means that upon completion of your Chapter 13 case, you will be able to achieve a cancellation of a part of your second mortgage balance if your house is underwater.
If you were previously a debtor in a Chapter 7 case in Virginia more than 8 years ago, and you need to file another Chapter 7 petition, beginning July 1, 2020, you will be able to recapture any homestead exemption to protect your belongings that you used up in your old case, and apply it in your new case.