Chad T. Van Horn, Esq. is a South Florida business leader and founding partner attorney of Van Horn Law Group, P.A. Through a combination of dedicated philanthropy, spirited entrepreneurship and legal expertise, he applies his resources and network to helping people—whether it's through his board leadership with Big Brothers Big Sisters of Broward County, his efforts developing startup ventures that bring jobs to the local economy, or practicing bankruptcy law to provide solutions to economic hardship. While his volunteer work and entrepreneurial spirit play a major role in his life, Chad's success as the founder of Van Horn Law Group, P.A. has garnered him significant praise in the legal community. Chad, a Florida State Bar-certified attorney since 2009, started working in bankruptcy law as a law clerk in 2007 while he was attending law school at night.. A testament to his work ethic, Chad quickly made a name for himself and eventually established Van Horn Law Group, P.A. to utilize his skill in a way that would better serve individuals and businesses throughout South Florida dealing with the pressures of debt, foreclosure and loss. Chad's legal acumen extends beyond bankruptcy, leveraging extensive proficiencies in varied areas of law, including business and real estate transactions, commercial and real estate litigation, loan modifications and landlord-tenant disputes. Chad's work in the legal system has been applauded by both his clients and his peers. He is a recipient of the AV Preeminent Peer Review Rating from Martindale-Hubbell, an online information and rating service for attorneys across the nation. This distinction, which is the highest possible rating given by Martindale-Hubbell, is a reflection of Chad's hard work and commitment to excellence. Van Horn Law Group is only one of the many entrepreneurial endeavors in which Chad has achieved success.
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- Nova Southeastern University
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- Activities: Volunteering, fundraising, sponsoring and mentoring for Big Brothers Big Sisters. Also honored as Florida's 2017 Big Brother of the Year. https://www.vanhornlawgroup.com/about/in-the-news
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- Bankruptcy Attorney Chad Van Horn recently took part as an instructor for a Palm Beach County Bar Association Continuing Legal Education Course. The topic: “The New Bankruptcy Forms Petition, Schedules and SOFAs.” Van Horn focused on pre-filing review issues and the intake process. Attorneys and paralegals attended the class and received Continuing Legal Education credit for the course.
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13 June 2017
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8 June 2017
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6 June 2017
- Why You Need to Hire a Corporate Bankruptcy Lawyer
26 May 2017
- Can You Go To Jail For Not Paying Medical Bills?
24 May 2017
- Student Loan Debt Savior - Nicki Minaj Pays Fans' College Expenses
22 May 2017
- Getting the Upper Hand when Dealing With Debt Collectors
11 May 2017
- Student Loan Deferment and Forbearance is it Bad for Credit Scores?
9 May 2017
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- Q. debt collector suing me for a car repoed 2 years ago. What are my options to stop company from garnishing wages, etc.
- A: Yes, bankruptcy is still an option and this debt is dischargeable. You should speak with a local bankruptcy attorney ASAP.
- Q. Question about wage garnishments/liens
- A: This cannot be done without a judgment first. As soon as you file you will be able to discharge this liability. I would move forward with the bankruptcy as soon as you can.