When considering filing for bankruptcy in Arkansas, one of the most important concepts that a person must understand is the role of bankruptcy exemptions. Depending on the type of bankruptcy, exemptions can protect a debtor’s property from being sold or reduce the amount that the debtor must pay to his or her creditors.
When filing for bankruptcy in Arkansas, Oklahoma, or elsewhere, individuals typically have a choice between filing under Chapter 7 or Chapter 13 of the U.S. Bankruptcy Code. We recently wrote about the three essential details you need to know about Chapter 7 bankruptcy, and today we’re following that up with a similar post about […]
After the housing crash in 2008, the United States went through its worst economic downturn since the 1930s. Suddenly, millions of Americans found themselves unemployed for an extended period. To help alleviate their suffering, Congress enacted emergency measures that increased the maximum number of weeks that a person could collect unemployment benefits—a time limit […]
Last year, nearly 10,000 Arkansans filed for bankruptcy. Filing for bankruptcy in Arkansas requires going to one of a handful of locations throughout the state—all of which are courthouses or offices of the U.S. Bankruptcy Court for the Eastern and Western Districts of Arkansas, a federal court.
In 2016 in the United States, nearly 9 million disabled workers received benefits under the Social Security Administration’s (SSA) Social Security Disability Insurance (SSD) program. Of these, approximately 1.2 million were part of families whose other members received SSD benefits on account of the disabled worker.
Every year, many people face the difficult decision of filing for bankruptcy in Arkansas. The ramifications of going bankrupt can be severe and long-lasting. To say the least, it is not a decision that should be taken lightly or made rashly.
Every day the attorneys at Nolan Caddell Reynolds are contacted about car accidents. More often than not, cell phones play a major role in someone’s life going off the rails.
Many people face the hard choice of filing for bankruptcy in Arkansas every year. The attorneys at Nolan Caddell Reynolds, understand while bankruptcy might not be your first choice for dealing with debt, choosing the right path – between chapters 7 and 13 bankruptcy – can make a serious difference in your future quality of […]
Take a look at our preferred resources for information about SSD benefits applications so that you complete your paperwork correctly. The Social Security Administration (SSA) provides funds to people who are temporarily or permanently unable to work due to disability. If this applies to you, you’re not alone. According to the SSA, one in four […]
If you were recently injured in a crash while riding your motorcycle, you might be wondering if you can seek compensation from the other driver. It’s best to get a consultation from a personal injury attorney if you are thinking about suing. But before you learn more about how to sue for personal injury after […]
Summer is the perfect time for a family vacation or road trip with friends. Whether you’re planning on staying local or leaving Oklahoma or Arkansas for your vacation, take these road safety tips into consideration before you take off. According to the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety (IIHS), the months of June through October see […]
Are you filing for bankruptcy in Arkansas? Do you need a bankruptcy lawyer? You might be ready to file your paperwork, or you could just be curious about the details. This review of the history of bankruptcy in the United States can give you a better understanding of the practice and what it could mean […]