Question by Lever: What if government made everyone declare bankruptcy and then just start over with no college/credit card debt? Would that stimulate the economy? Best answer: Answer by terrible Jesseyes Add your own answer in the comments!
Question by Their Constitution rules them: I recently Made ,000 buying and fixing up a foreclosure property. What should I do? A) Give half of it to charity so I can keep my income low enough to not pay income tax. B) Invest in 2 more properties and make another $ 100,000 and pay my [...]
Question by monica_au04: What can I do about a rude bankruptcy attorney who has made a couple of mistakes? My husband and I have filed for ch. 13 bankruptcy in Texas. The attorney that he selected tends to range from nice to rude, especially when we don’t understand an issue. He tends to be a [...]
Question by Just some Guy: If the law made it impossible to declare Bankruptcy due to unpaid Medical Bills would the democrats finally SU? You cant avoid student loans by Bankruptcy so why allow the deadbeats to use Medical Bills either? That would eliminate 500,000 bankruptcies a year and get the HMO’s paid off and [...]
Question by Yeah: do u think improvements or growth need to be made in regards to the right to legal counsel? Best answer: Answer by Awakened now whatLike any of that matters courts super cede all decisions as they like and most go with the money ore than their own morals so it doesn’t matter [...]
Question by cho4o: Will fired incompetent attorney has a right to sue me or send me to collections for a bill she made up? I went to an immigration attorney to start a Labor Certification/PERM case and subsequently to file for a Green Card. She spoke to my potential employer over the phone and later [...]
Question by Yeah: Do u think improvements or growth need to be made in regards to the right to legal counsel? Best answer: Answer by DN4CERNO, I don’t. We already ‘coddle’ the criminals…. we don’t need to make it easier for them to get off. Give your answer to this question below!
CBABC Supports Public Commission’s “Made in BC” Legal Aid Solutions VANCOUVER, BRITISH COLUMBIA–(Marketwire – March 8, 2011) – Commissioner Leonard Doust, QC today released the findings of the Public Commission on Legal Aid in British Columbia, detailing nine key recommendations for improving British Columbia’s legal aid system. Canadian Bar Association BC Branch President Stephen McPhee [...]