• 00:34

    Bankruptcy Basics: December Frequently Asked Bankruptcy Questions

    in Legal

    Chicago bankruptcy and consumer credit attorney Joseph Wrobel shares news and updates in bankruptcy law as well as business and consumer financial matters. It has been documented that financial troubles can cause all sorts of ailments, the most common of which is sleeplessness. Joseph Wrobel helps clients alleviate their anxiety created by the inability to pay bills and the embarrassment of financial distress.


    Topics covered in this 30 minute show:



    What happens with jointly held debts if one of the individuals files for bankruptcy?
    How does it work when someone wants to buy their car back from the trustee?
    I want to file bankruptcy but not include my wife on the filing. Do I have to?
    What happens with mortgage liens in a bankruptcy case and can I keep my house?


    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.

  • 00:33

    Bankruptcy Basics: A Closer Look At Chapter 13 Reorganization

    in Legal

    Chicago bankruptcy and consumer credit attorney Joseph Wrobel shares news and updates in bankruptcy law as well as business and consumer financial matters. It has been documented that financial troubles can cause all sorts of ailments, the most common of which is sleeplessness. Joseph Wrobel helps clients alleviate their anxiety created by the inability to pay bills and the embarrassment of financial distress.


    Topics covered in this 30 minute show:



    What exactly is Chapter 13 bankruptcy, who can file and what does it do?
    What happens to my home or real estate as Chapter 13 payments are made?
    Can Chapter 13 bankruptcy help with my student loans or IRS debt?
    Can Chapter 13 affect a suspended drivers license for failure to pay tickets?


    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.

  • 00:33

    Bankruptcy Basics: September Answers to Frequently Asked Questions

    in Legal

    Chicago bankruptcy and consumer credit attorney Joseph Wrobel shares news and updates in bankruptcy law as well as business and consumer financial matters. It has been documented that financial troubles can cause all sorts of ailments, the most common of which is sleeplessness. Joseph Wrobel helps clients alleviate their anxiety created by the inability to pay bills and the embarrassment of financial distress.


    Topics and types of FAQ covered in this 30 minute show:



    What happens to a judgment from an uninsured car accident if I file for bankruptcy?
    Can a 19 year old student loan for $12,000.00 be included in bankruptcy?
    I am waiting for an insurance proceeds check, will  I be able to keep the money if I file for bankruptcy?
    Can I include a judgment that garnishes my wages when I file for bankruptcy?


    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.

  • 02:00

    A Closer Look: Detroit Bankruptcy

    in Current Events

    Jay takes a closer look at the Detroit Bankruptcy with a live update to a show originally broadcast on July 21,2013 on Jay's Random Radio.


    For free downloads of this show and the nearly 1,000 Truth Radio Network episodes visit http://www.blogtalkradio.com/truthradionet.rss


    Visit http://www.theTruthRadioNetwork.com for broadcasting schedule and show information.

  • 00:31

    Bankruptcy Basics: August Answers to Frequently Asked Questions

    in Legal

    Chicago bankruptcy and consumer credit attorney Joseph Wrobel shares news and updates in bankruptcy law as well as business and consumer financial matters. It has been documented that financial troubles can cause all sorts of ailments, the most common of which is sleeplessness. Joseph Wrobel helps clients alleviate their anxiety created by the inability to pay bills and the embarrassment of financial distress.


    Topics and types of FAQ covered in this 30 minute show:



    How are lawsuits already scheduled for mediation affected by a bankruptcy filing?
    Can I easily find information on the web regarding my bankruptcy case and dispositions?
    After I receive my bankruptcy discharge letter, how do the reporting agencies know?
    Can you file bankruptcy if you have been out of work with no income for two years?


    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.

  • 00:32

    Bankruptcy Basics: July Answers to Frequently Asked Questions

    in Legal

    Chicago bankruptcy and consumer credit attorney Joseph Wrobel shares news and updates in bankruptcy law as well as business and consumer financial matters. It has been documented that financial troubles can cause all sorts of ailments, the most common of which is sleeplessness. Joseph Wrobel helps clients alleviate their anxiety created by the inability to pay bills and the embarrassment of financial distress.


    Topics and types of FAQ covered in this 30 minute show:



    Do I need to list my ex-spouse on my petition for bankruptcy relief?
    Are personal bankruptcy cases published in the newspaper; will anyone find out?
    Can I add creditors that were omitted from my bankruptcy or do I have to re-file?
    What happens in a marriage when one spouse files a petition for bankruptcy?


    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.

  • 00:31

    Bankruptcy Basics: June Answers to Frequently Asked Questions

    in Legal

    Chicago bankruptcy and consumer credit attorney Joseph Wrobel shares news and updates in bankruptcy law as well as business and consumer financial matters. It has been documented that financial troubles can cause all sorts of ailments, the most common of which is sleeplessness. Joseph Wrobel helps clients alleviate their anxiety created by the inability to pay bills and the embarrassment of financial distress.


    Topics and types of FAQ covered in this 30 minute show:


    What happens to additional debt incurred during a Chapter 13 bankruptcy;


    How to address incorrect or updated  amounts listed in the bankruptcy petition;


    What happens with auto accident and injuries and Chapter 7 bankruptcy;


    How are 401K contributions addressed in bankruptcy.


    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.


    You may also contact Joseph Wrobel for more information at (312) 781-0996 and by e-mail at JosephWrobel@ChicagoBankruptcy.com.

  • 00:12

    The 5 Ws of Shakespeare in Detroit

    in Entertainment

    Shakespeare in Detroit's founding artistic and executive director, Sam White, answers our most frequently asked questions and learn more about our April 2015 production of "King Lear." 

  • 00:31

    Bankruptcy Basics: Frequently Asked Questions About Bankruptcy

    in Legal

    Chicago bankruptcy and consumer credit attorney Joseph Wrobel shares news and updates in bankruptcy law as well as business and consumer financial matters. It has been documented that financial troubles can cause all sorts of ailments, the most common of which is sleeplessness. Joseph Wrobel helps clients alleviate their anxiety created by the inability to pay bills and the embarrassment of financial distress.


    Topics and types of FAQ covered in this 30 minute show:



    When you may file for bankruptcy protection and what kind of relief is available;
    Reopening a bankruptcy when you need to add a creditor or make a correction;
    Marriage, the birth of a child and life events as they can be affected by bankruptcy;
    What happens to your debts when you die and how your children may be affected.


    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. 


    You may contact Joseph Wrobel for more information at (312) 781-0996.

  • 00:23

    Bankruptcy in Detroit, Michigan

    in Current Events

    Detroit, Michigan... Motor City... Motown is being considered for Chapter 9 Bankruptcy. This is a major slap in the face of all Americans when we look at the United States of America giving away $1.6 billion dollars to Egypt annually; $1.0 billion to Israel annually and so many other "prosperous" countries and there is city in the United States that must declare bankruptcy. What nonesense is this?!!!
    I was taught that you take care of home first. How is Detroit not worthy of American rescue without world embarrassment. America bailed out Banks, and Wall Street but ignores Detroit. Such action appears as Deja Vu... remember New Orleans after Hurricane Katrina. Could it be that if there is a majority of Black Americans in a city that city's adverse plights can be ignored?
    This looks like throwing the baby out with the bath water.
    How can American appear GREAT in the eyes of the world when it can not protect its own. Recently the governor of Michigan stated that Detroit has a debt of $18 billion. How does a city have such a debt when the car industry got "bailed out"? What happened to that money? Did the city not get any?
    If it were not so tragic, it would be funny. The governor stated that the "city" is insolvent because it has been borrowing money to pay its bills for nearly a decade....that is 20 years!!! So why was there no intervention over these 20 years to prevent such a catastrophe? A bankruptcy could cancel retirees pensions so the old and hardworking will shoulder the debt.
    Detroit will be following in the footsteps of Stockton, California where pensioneers were not spared in its bankruptcy. The law protect bond holders who must get 100% paid, but not regular citizens.
    How can this happen in the United States of America?
    WHERE IS THE AUTO INDUSTRY IN ALL OF THIS?
     
     

  • 00:33

    Bankruptcy Basics: Pt. 2 Frequently Asked Questions About Bankruptcy

    in Legal

    Chicago bankruptcy and consumer credit attorney Joseph Wrobel shares news and updates in bankruptcy law as well as business and consumer financial matters. It has been documented that financial troubles can cause all sorts of ailments, the most common of which is sleeplessness. Joseph Wrobel helps clients alleviate their anxiety created by the inability to pay bills and the embarrassment of financial distress.


    Topics and types of FAQ covered in this 30 minute show:



    Identifying the signs that you are a good candidate for bankruptcy;
    Keeping your vehicle owned outright or when you are paying on a car loan;
    How much time may be required between Chapter 7 and 13 bankruptcy filings;
    Debts on their way to collections or money judgments and when to file or wait.


    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. 


    You may contact Joseph Wrobel for more information at (312) 781-0996.

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