About Richard Weaver

Dallas bankruptcy attorney Richard Weaver earned his Bachelor’s degree from Brigham Young University and his J.D. at the University of Houston. He was admitted to the Texas State Bar in 1987. Mr. Weaver has been happily married for twenty-five years, is a father of seven, and has donated thousands of hours to community service in the Dallas-Fort Worth area.

The Means Test And What It Means

Every personal bankruptcy is different. That’s why bankruptcy attorneys use phrases like “in most cases” or “under most circumstances.” Everyone’s debts – and everyone’s ability or lack of ability to pay them – is different, and each bankruptcy filing is scrutinized thoroughly by the bankruptcy court. For example, for most people in most cases, student […]

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Avoid Bankruptcy If You Can

If you are being buried under mounting debts in the Dallas-Fort Worth area – and the debts are mounting faster than you can pay them – discuss your circumstances and alternatives at once with an experienced Dallas bankruptcy attorney. Your situation may not be as dire as you think it is, and an experienced bankruptcy […]

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Bankruptcy School Is In Session

Before you file for bankruptcy in Texas, you must complete credit counseling classes offered by an approved agency. Upon completing the classes, you’ll receive a certificate of completion that you must file with the bankruptcy court. The certificate must indicate that you completed the course within the 180 days immediately prior to filing your bankruptcy. […]

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Student Loans And Texas Bankruptcy

If your debts are mounting rapidly and you are considering bankruptcy, you are probably dealing with more than just one debt. Car payments, medical expenses, mortgages, and credit card payments can pile up and swiftly spiral out of control. If you’re considering bankruptcy, you’ll want to discharge much debt as possible. However, bankruptcy isn’t right […]

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An Alternative To Divorce

It’s an old piece of wisdom that the love of money is the root of all evil, but the lack of money isn’t exactly a good thing either. It’s one of the leading reasons why couples divorce. However, financial problems are the kind of challenges that many couples meet successfully, so an acrimonious divorce may […]

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The Abuse of Bankruptcy

If your debts are starting to mount and overwhelm you in the Dallas-Fort Worth area, and if you don’t believe that you’ll ever be able to pay those debts, schedule an appointment right now to discuss your legal and financial options with an experienced Dallas bankruptcy lawyer. The bankruptcy option is solely for those who […]

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For International Investors

Are you an international investor? Real estate is one of the wisest and safest investments you can make in the United States. In fact, international buyers purchase more than seven percent of all residential properties sold today in the U.S. If you’re thinking about purchasing real estate in the Dallas-Fort Worth area, it’s essential to […]

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If You Serve Our Nation

Men and women who serve in the military face unique financial problems. Many in the armed forces have to balance multiple mortgages and a variety of other financial obligations, and every year, scores of our nation’s military men and women are compelled to file for bankruptcy. In the Dallas-Fort Worth area, if you are currently […]

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Chapter 13 Defense Against Foreclosure

In the greater Dallas-Fort Worth area, you have several viable options if you’ve missed some mortgage payments. A Chapter 13 bankruptcy is one option. Chapter 13 isn’t right for everyone who’s missed several payments, but it defends you against an immediate foreclosure. If you are falling behind on your mortgage payments, let an experienced Dallas […]

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Bankruptcy’s American Heritage

If you are sinking beneath mounting debts in the Dallas-Fort Wirth area, and you see no way to ever pay those debts, discuss your rights and options – which may include filing for bankruptcy – as soon as you can with an experienced Dallas bankruptcy attorney. Bankruptcy is your right – it’s recognized in the […]

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