Just about any lawyer can file your case

But at Coons and Crump, we take pride in educating and enlightening our clients as well.

Going to Court in Bankruptcy

Every debtor that files a bankruptcy must make one court appearance where they attend their meeting of creditors, also called a 341 meeting. However, in

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Cross Collateralization Agreements

The Cross-collateralization clause-found in many credit union agreements  Cross collateralization is a provision in many credit union loan agreements. It can create some complications for someone who

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Tax Refunds and Bankruptcy

People that file bankruptcy between January and mid-April (during tax season) often ask what happens to their tax refund and what can they do to

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You May Not Need to File Bankruptcy

There are times when we tell potential clients that they may not need to file bankruptcy. If you don’t have any assets or income that a creditor can claim, you are what

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Bench Warrants

Many people call our office after receiving a court summons regarding a debt. They are understandably scared about the court process and the threat of having their

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In re Fulton

The recent U.S. Supreme Court decision in City of Chicago, Illinois v. Robbin L. Fulton (Chicago v. Fulton) clarifies for creditors whether inaction on the

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Stimulus Checks

Many people are wondering if any future stimulus checks may be taken by the bankruptcy trustee if they file bankruptcy. These stimulus checks are helping

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What is the Automatic Stay?

The Automatic Stay is an injunction that goes into effect when a bankruptcy case is filed.  An injunction is a court order that tells people

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Our New Website!

Over the last several years, our practice has expanded several times.  We have grown into a state-wide law firm with offices in Overland Park, Wichita,

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