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Chicago bankruptcy and consumer credit attorney Joseph Wrobel answers real people's frequently asked questions about bankruptcy and how it can affect their life and finances in edition of the monthly bankruptcy FAQ podcast series.
Sample questions in this 30-minute show:
My real estate taxes are going to be sold, would Chapter 7 or Chapter 13 help me?
What can I do if I need to file for bankruptcy but cannot afford to hire a lawyer?
Can someone still sue me to get a judgment if I file for bankruptcy?
My husband lost his job, we are on disability, and have medical debt, what can we do?
Joseph Wrobel has been a practicing attorney since 1973 and has experience in a wide variety of law relating to legal matters for individuals and families. Wrobel helps clients get out of debt and get a fresh start. He is an active member in several bar associations and the Bankruptcy Panel of Pro Bono Program of the Chicago Volunteer Legal Services. After serving the U.S. Army Reserve 363rd Civil Affairs Unit, Wrobel earned a B.A. in Psychology from Northwestern University and in 1973, he earned a JD from DePaul University Law School.
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Mike Daly & The Planets released their debut EP, The Cosmic Adventures of ManBoy, in 2010, and made their live debut a few months later at a backyard barbecue hosted by Pat DiNizio of The Smithereens. Its members are singer/guitarist Mike Daly, lead guitarist John Reynolds, bassist Jim Van Sickle and drummer Jim Smith. Daly, Reynolds and Van Sickle had played together previously in the band Every Damn Day, which released two full-length CDs and several EPs during the 1990s and early 2000s. Mike Daly & The Planets are among the featured artists on the new Bongo Boy Records compilation, Backroom Blues Volume Two and will be on Out Of The Garage Volume Two.
The Cubs and White Sox are on top of the NL and AL. What?! How are both Chicago teams getting it done so far this season? The Bulls will have their hands full with potential trades for Jimmy Butler this offseason. Two big market teams have already made their presence felt. What might the Bulls get in return? Plus, I finish up my thoughts on the Bears 2016 draft picks. Call in at 347.327.9183! BECAUSE CHICAGO LOVES SPORTS.
Tonight's guests are:
PHENOMENAL POET ROBIN G
AWARD WINNING JOURNALIST & EDUCATOR CAMILLE BARBEE OLMSTEAD
The Chea K. Woolfolk show is a BUSINESS & LIFESTYLE SHOW... BE SURE TO TUNE IN EVERY WEEK!
“Wonder If” - RB3 The Red Bank Blues Band is a diversely talented group, featuring blues, R&B and classic soul. All the musicians live locally in New Jersey.
The band has steadily become an audience favorite over the past years throughout the tri cities. Lead vocalist Lisa Coppola is a known for her music video "Just A Little Time" which has been featured on National TV with Bongo Boy TV recently in Season 5 Episode 1076. The band is bringing their original blues song "Wonder If" as a welcoming addition to this release.
Web Site RB3 The Red Bank Blues Band http://www.theredbankbluesband.com
Web site: Lisa Coppola http://www.lisacoppola.com
Chicago's Cubs had the Washington Nationals shut out through 8 2/3 before Jayson Werth hit a two-run blast to left off Travis Wood, but it wasn't enough as the Nats dropped the series opener in Wrigley Field by a score of 5-2. Joe Ross was solid again for the Nationals, but a rough inning in the fourth led to the only two runs he allowed while on the mound. Cubs' starter Kyle Hendricks tossed six scoreless to earn the win. Three more to go in Chicago...
Kiela Smith-Upton is a biracial African-American and Sicilian American, professionally trained as a fine artist. She was reared in a family of architects and received her BFA from the Internationally esteemed School of the Art Institute of Chicago and also studied in Cote D’Ivoire, West Africa with Parson's school of Design (New York). Early in her career Kiela's love of people and collaboration thrust her into the collaborative mural arts, arts education and eventually consulting. She is a recognized expert with 20+ years experience transforming ordinary spaces into extraordinary showplaces with inspiring interior and exterior collaborative and commissioned mosaic murals.
John "The Fern Man" Dietter examines the early trends in baseball. Will Matt Harvey and Jose Fernandez come to life? Does Yadier Molina deserve some respect in 2016? What about Chicago? Why owning the Sox and Cubs may be paramount to winning a championship
The greatest and most important adventure of our lives is discovering who we really are. "What kinds of dreams did you have for your life before you lost yourself in the busy-ness of life? What have you since deemed impossible or improbable because of where you are today? Grab a journal and reconnect with the dreams you once had and better yet, come up with some new dreams. In a perfect world, what would you love to be, have, or do? What is your soul aching for? Once you reconnect with your dreams, you’ll have the desire and inspiration to begin to take action and suddenly you will have found yourself again."
Join host Charles Gentry for interviews, performances, and open mic from the greatest poets on the planet. The Poets Without Limits Radio Show is a fast paced show with live Call-Ins from the audience and an exciting format that welcomes call ins from Poets and Spoken Word artists from all over the globe to read and perform their work. Tune in to the exciting landmark show that launched The Poets Without Limits Radio Network. Tonight's guests will be poet Charles Seabe Banks who will read from his work as well as talk aout the 1Pen1Mic Poetry Contest, and dynamic PoetryDelta poet Salathiel Curry. To listen to the show or participate in our open mic segment call us at 516-453-9906.
Hales Franciscan all boys High School provides the model of education many parents would like to see for their sons. Morals, ethics, self discipline, self respect, academic excellence, career goals. But for some families, the cost of this private Catholic institution is simply more than their budget can handle. So the alumni and the board of Hales created a fundraiser "Laughing and Loving in Chicago" in which eight comedians will perform their best comedy routines before a live audience, bringing the spirit of joy and laughter to Chicago. This event, spearheaded by 1967 Hales alumni Jerome P. Barney, will be taped for television and rebroadcast as a comedy series. Find out how you can get tickets to this made for TV event, and help parents who are striving to send their sons to an outstanding educational institution. Our guest today is Attorney Jerome P. Barney
Make no mistake we cover EVERYTHING here on The Frat House Sports Show – even horse-racing!
The “fastest two minutes in sports” comes our way this Saturday with the first leg of the Triple Crown being run at Churchill Downs with the Kentucky Derby, but doesn’t it seem there isn’t quite the hype we’ve had in previous years?
Major League Baseball has one month in the books and there are some fascinating shake-ups in the early season standings. The grades are coming in for every team following the NFL Draft and there’s no consistency in opinion.
Meanwhile both the NHL and NBA Playoffs are just about at the mid-point and in some places it’s going to chalk, while in others we might be viewing a few upsets. Our NHL-NBA analyst Matt DiBiase joins us to review all of the doings plus the latest coaching changes.
So, be sure you join the Frat House Sports crew – Frat House Mike – Sidekick – Brandon and Matt DiBiase LIVE at 7 p.m. ET and your calls at 347 – 826 – 9964