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OutNerd This…

By Julianne Frank |

…50 years ago I built a mockup of the Command and Lunar Modules in my home… Man was landing on the moon. I was 13 and a complete spaceflight nut. I took over two rooms of our house in Rochester, New York and spent a year building a full mockup of the interior of… Read More »

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Understanding the Adversary Proceeding

By Julianne Frank |

Help! I am being Sued in Bankruptcy Court!” Understanding the Adversary Proceeding Julianne Frank, Board certified Bankruptcy Attorney All Rights Reserved 2019 You can sue or be sued in a bankruptcy court just like in any other court system. The lawsuit brought in the bankruptcy system has to involve issues that relate to bankruptcy… Read More »

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Irrevocable Trust What is It and Why Do I Need One?

By Julianne Frank |

Julianne Frank, Esq. All rights reserved 2019 What is the difference between a Revocable Trust and an Irrevocable trust, and how do I know which is right for me? In an Irrevocable Trust, you are transferring assets into the trust, and effectively removing all of your rights of ownership to those assets. You dictate… Read More »

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What is a Domestic Asset Protection Trust?

By Julianne Frank |

DAPT refers to a ‘DOMESTIC ASSET PROTECTION TRUST’. While it can be used as a generic term, there are several states whose laws specifically allow for their creation and define their structure.Those states include Nevada, Alaska, and …among others. They are by definition supposed to enable the creation of heavens for people to put… Read More »

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4 Important Things to Know when Starting a Business

By Julianne Frank |

Congratulations. You have a great business idea and you are ready to get it off the ground. There are many things to think about before embarking a new business venture. The mistakes that lead to business failures are usually the result of not asking the right questions or taking the proper steps. You should… Read More »

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Wells Fargo Gives Middle Finger To Bankruptcy Court

By Julianne Frank |

by Julianne Frank All Rights Reserved 2018 In a recent  case in the Bankruptcy Court for the Southern District of Florida, Wells Fargo decided that they could ignore orders from a  Federal Bankruptcy judge, and the result was sanctions and a court order compelling it  to get it’s  act together. I represented a debtor who several years… Read More »

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Should I File For Bankruptcy?

By Julianne Frank |

How Do I know If I Should File For Bankruptcy? When is the right time? Julianne Frank.Esq, All Rights reserved 2018 You have been experiencing mounting debts for months or years, and have been hoping against hope that something would turn around: Your business would improve. Your kids would finally move out. You would… Read More »

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Are all Bankruptcy Lawyers the Same?

By Julianne Frank |

Julianne Frank, Esq. All rights Reserved 2018 Did you know that in most states a dermatologist can take a course for a couple of weeks, and then do a nose job? Just because they can does not mean they should. Would you subject yourself to reconstructive plastic surgery by other than a board certified,… Read More »

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I Can’t Pay my Credit Cards

By Julianne Frank |

The Realities of Credit Card Collection Julianne Frank All rights Reserved 2018 Many of my clients are people who got behind on credit card payments. It’s usually not their fault. They have lost a job, or someone got sick, or they got divorced. What happens if you do not pay? First of all, it’s… Read More »

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What Can Go Wrong in Bankruptcy?

By Julianne Frank |

What Can Go Wrong in Bankruptcy? Let Me Count The Ways After the great recession, lots of lawyers were out of work. Firms were not hiring. For-Profit Law schools were getting accredited all over the country, churning out barely qualified graduates in droves. All those student loans and no jobs to be had, so… Read More »

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