• Advantages of Declaring a Chapter 13 Bankruptcy

      Chapter 13 bankruptcies can be complicated processes. A Chapter 13 bankruptcy allows you time to reorganize your debts while at the same time retaining your assets. The payment process consists of a schedule of monthly payments that are made to the court over the course of a three-to-five-year period. This allows your creditors to receive the money you owe them in monthly installments.

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    • Will I Lose All of My Assets if I File for Chapter 7 Bankruptcy?

      Many people who look into Chapter 7 bankruptcy as a way to eliminate their debts are immediately concerned that they will lose all of their assets if they file. This concern is understandable, due to the fact that filing for Chapter 7 involves the liquidation of all of a person’s nonexempt assets in order to pay off creditors.

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    • Were You Misclassified as an Independent Contractor and Denied Unemployment?

      Independent contractors are rarely eligible for unemployment benefits after their job terminates because employers do not pay unemployment taxes for contractors the way they do for employees. Thus, unless the contractor pays unemployment taxes, the contractor receives no benefits. Unfortunately, some unscrupulous employers attempt to misclassify employees as independent contrac ...

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  • Preparing for an Unemployment Hearing in Missouri

    An unemployment hearing can intimidate and overwhelm you. By preparing carefully and knowing what to expect, you can increase your chances of presenting an effective claim. An experienced Missouri unemployment attorney will help you prepare your case to increase your chances of success in obtaining a favorable result from the tribunal.

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  • The Benefits of Establishing an Inter Vivos Trust

    The strategic use of financial planning tools can address tax obligations, legal liability, and management of assets. Contact attorney Kenneth P. Carp today to learn more about how an experienced Missouri estate planning attorney can help you meet your financial goals. What Is an Inter Vivos Trust? An inter vivos trust—also known as a living trust—is created during the lifetime ...

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  • Important Provisions in Your Will

    Many things can happen to your estate after your death. To ensure that your survivors honor your wishes, hire an attorney to draft a will that is both clear in its terms and legally binding upon your heirs. Without a will, default legal rules of intestacy (dying without a will) take effect, and people whom you have never met can end up with your property.

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  • Choosing Your Power of Attorney

    When you can no longer make your own decisions, many different legal tools can help carry out your wishes. A power of attorney is a legal document that authorizes another person to make decisions on your behalf. It can ensure that other people make financial decisions, health care decisions, and living arrangements in accordance with your wishes.

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  • Bankruptcy and Credit Card Debt

    Body Many people think bankruptcy is an overwhelming process with painful consequences. Many debtors are reluctant to even consider it as an option. While bankruptcy comes with some downsides, and it is certainly not appropriate for every financial situation, it does provide a fresh financial start.

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  • Charitable Giving as Part of Your Estate Plan

    When deciding what to include in an estate plan, consider the nature of your assets and property, who your beneficiaries will be, and any relevant tax implications. One thing many people neglect to consider is the opportunity to set up charitable gifts as part of their estate plans. Charitable giving can have many benefits for your estate.

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  • Responsibilities of a Guardian in Missouri

    Earlier this year, a mentally disabled man from Fulton, Missouri, was found dead in a storage unit. He had been reported missing from his group home a week before being found, but police estimated that he had died months beforehand. This means that the group home failed to report him missing during that time.

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  • How a Disaster Can Affect Unemployment

    During the second half of 2017, numerous devastating disasters have wracked many parts of the United States. From the hurricane-related destruction in Texas, Florida, Puerto Rico, and the U.S. Virgins Islands to the wildfires in Oregon and northern California, countless people have had their lives and homes ruined.

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  • Charitable Giving as Part of Your Estate Plan

    When deciding what to include in an estate plan, consider the nature of your assets and property, who your beneficiaries will be, and any relevant tax implications. One thing many people neglect to consider is the opportunity to set up charitable gifts as part of their estate plans. Charitable giving can have many benefits for your estate.

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  • Will I Lose Everything I Own in a Chapter 7 Bankruptcy?

    Chapter 7 is the most commonly filed form of consumer bankruptcy in the United States, and can greatly benefit people who have gotten into more debt than they can handle. The basic premise of a Chapter 7 is this: The court will liquidate (sell) your non-exempt assets and use the proceeds to pay off your debts.

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  • The Missouri Chapter 7 Means Test

    If you are contemplating filing for bankruptcy, the Missouri Chapter 7 means test may come into play in order to determine your eligibility. Bankruptcy incorporates federal law and state law—both of which can be very complex. If you are contemplating filing a Chapter 7 bankruptcy, you need an attorney on your side who knows and understands the law. The attorneys at the Law Offices of Kenneth P.

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  • Eligibility for Unemployment in Missouri

    If you lose your job, you may automatically expect to begin receiving unemployment checks in the mail. However, this is not the case and there are criteria you must meet and actions you must take to be eligible to receive benefits. The following is some information regarding eligibility for unemployment in the state of Missouri.

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  • Declaring Bankruptcy in Wage Garnishment Cases

    The prospect of wage garnishment is undoubtedly a scary one for most people. If you are in debt and your wages are subject to garnishment, you need an experienced attorney in your corner every step of the way. The skilled bankruptcy lawyers at the Law Offices of Kenneth P. Carp can help you determine whether or not you should declare bankruptcy in a wage garnishment case and c ...

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  • Contesting a Will in St. Louis

    An individual creates a will to describe how his or her finances and assets are to be distributed upon his or her death. Most of the time, the Decedent’s estate is distributed according to the will. Occasionally, the Decedent’s surviving members will contest the contents of the will. Surviving family members will contest the validity of a will for various reasons.

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