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  • Filing Chapter 7 Bankruptcy While Married

    Those who are considering bankruptcy often wonder what effect, if any, their bankruptcy filing will have on their spouse. Married individuals can choose whether they wish to file an individual bankruptcy petition or a joint petition with their husband or wife. A debtor who leaves their spouse off of the petition can benefit by preserving […]

    Happy 4th of July 2020!

    “We hold these truths to be self-evident, that all men are created equal, that they are endowed by their Creator with certain unalienable Rights, that among these are Life, Liberty and the pursuit of Happiness.” –Declaration of Independence. Have a Happy 4th of July, 2020 By: D. Keith Dunnagan, Esq. July 4, 2020 Two-hundred and […]

    SBA Rolls Out Updated PPP Loan Forgiveness Application

    On June 16, 2020, the SBA rolled out a new and updated loan forgiveness application for the immensely popular PPP loan. As you may recall, under the initial framework for the PPP loan, there were concerns for many small businesses and the potential eligibility for loan forgiveness because many businesses were still closed or substantially closed after […]

    The Impact to Your Credit Score After Filing for Chapter 7 Bankruptcy

    As the economy slowly begins to recover, it is more evident that returning to pre-Covid employment rates will be a long time coming. Unfortunately, that means that some individuals will have to contemplate bankruptcy. This is never something to rush into and takes careful legal guidance to make the correct choices and understand the appropriate […]

    Paycheck Protection Program Flexibility Act is Enacted

    Today, Pres. Trump signed into law much needed revisions related to the popular PPP relief program. It is no doubt that the COVID-19 shutdown has been far greater and longer lasting than expected. These revisions, while still sorting out the actual implementation, should provided added relief for small business borrowers who secured PPP loans. As […]

    A Quick Review of the Process of a Chapter 7 Bankruptcy Case

    In a time of economic uncertainty, many begin to look for options to resolve financial issues. Each individual’s situation is different and requires a careful analysis of the options and impacts each particular path may take. Today, Attorney, Jose Parra, explains the bankruptcy process in a Chapter 7 case. As always, if you have any […]

    Congrats to Jose and Keith

    Today, we take a few minutes to congratulate Keith and Jose for passing the Nevada Bar Exam. We look forward to their contributions to the Nevada legal profession as they have and continue to serve the the Californian’s legal needs. As always, if you have any questions about your real estate, business, estate planning, or […]

    COVID-19 Re-Opening Update

    As more of the state is re-opening many are wondering what the restrictions and guidance looks like. Today we look at the re-opening guidance related to real estate transactions and offices. As we re-open, there needs to be sensible and careful balance between public health and economic factors. Businesses are incentivized to safely reignite the […]

    Remembering on this Memorial Day 2020

    John F. Kennedy once said “The cost of freedom is always high, but Americans have always paid it. And one path we shall never choose, and that is the path of surrender, or submission.” Today, we as a nation set aside time to remember those who have gave their lives to preserve our freedom. As […]