Las Vegas Bankruptcy Attorney Makes Effective Use of Exemptions to Help Clients Save Money
Consumers who are considering filing for bankruptcy are encouraged to speak with a Las Vegas bankruptcy attorney at the law firm of Naimi & Dilbeck. The firmís attorneys view bankruptcy as a last resort and utilize exemptions in the law to protect t
Las Vegas, Nevada - Consumers who are considering filing for bankruptcy are encouraged to speak with a Las Vegas bankruptcy attorney at the law firm of Naimi & Dilbeck. The firmís attorneys view bankruptcy as a last resort and utilize exemptions in the law to protect their clientís property from creditors.
There are federal bankruptcy exemptions which were enacted by Congress to protect consumers, but each individual state has the option to utilize their own exemptions. Las Vegas is one of those states and the good news is their exemptions are extremely generous. One of the attorneys at the Naimi and Dilbeck law offices said, ďA lot of firms donít use Nevadaís exemptions because they donít understand them or they donít know how to apply them to a particular case.ĒNevadaís exemptions are either misapplied, misunderstood, or under-utilized. For example, Nevada allows each person to exempt equity in one car up to $15,000. Nevada also exempts a personís 401k plan, individual retirement account and most tax-deferred retirement arrangements up to half a million dollars. Those two exemptions alone could save consumers thousands of dollars on each case.
Consumers can read about Nevadaís exemptions on the firmís corporate website via this link: ndbankruptcylaw.com. The website hosts a blog which is used by the firmís attorneys to publish important updates to state laws and to provide tips for consumers who are considering filing for bankruptcy.One of the most popular articles on the blog is entitled, ďHow to Choose a Las Vegas Bankruptcy Lawyer.Ē Jason Naimi, a partner at the firm and the author of the article said, ďWeíve had a lot of clients enter our office after having had a Ďconsultationí with a bankruptcy lawyer they saw on television. They were told if they own a house and want to keep it, they have to file Chapter 13 bankruptcy. This is just patently untrue, yet itís another example of the lengths to which some Las Vegas bankruptcy lawyers will go to send a client into Chapter 13 for no reason other than they can make more money if the client files Chapter 13.Ē
Naimi & Dilbeck is a customer-service oriented personal injury law firm in Las Vegas. Our personal injury practice has grown by leaps and bounds due to our aggressive maximum-settlement approach, tireless work ethic and attention to detail, and above all our commitment to providing our clients with the most friendly and professional service possible.
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- Naimi and Dilbeck Attorneys
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