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May 20, 2014

Washington law specifies the circumstances under which a landlord may evict a tenant in a process, known as an “unlawful detainer action.” Sufficient grounds for eviction include:

  • Failing to pay rent

  • Violating the rental agreement

  • Creating waste or nuisanc...

January 21, 2014

The means test is a formula established by federal bankruptcy law meant to evaluate whether or not a debtor is able to pay his or her outstanding debts. The means test requires debtors who are contemplating filing for bankruptcy to calculate their average monthly incom...

September 19, 2013

Lien stripping is a debt-relief strategy available primarily in Chapter 13 bankruptcies whereby junior liens on your property, provided they are wholly unsecured, are eliminated. Junior liens include any loans taken on a piece of property in addition to your first mort...

July 20, 2013

A common concern of clients when deciding whether or not to file for bankruptcy is the effect this type of legal proceeding will have on their credit rating and their ability to obtain loans, home mortgages, credit cards, and other forms of credit.

A bankruptcy may rema...

May 22, 2013

Many people are concerned that if they file for bankruptcy, they will lose everything. That is not the case. DC Law Group aggressively advocates for your right to keep the things you need to make a fresh start after bankruptcy.

Chapter 13 and Chapter 7 are the most comm...

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March 17, 2015