Month: June 2017

For various reasons, sometimes it’s simply not possible to complete and file a tax return by the April deadline. Whether it’s because all the information isn’t available, the person filing has questions they aren’t sure how to answer or a myriad of other reasons, sometimes taxpayers find that the April deadline simply isn’t going to make the cut. So what to do? While there are differences in opinion among professionals, the easiest solution, especially for an individual, is simply to file for an extension with Internal Revenue Service (IRS) form 4648. On one side of […]

Attorney Caryn L. Belobraidich

Attorney Caryn L. Belobraidich has handled Chapter 7 liquidation bankruptcies for individuals and businesses and Chapter 13 reorganizations for twenty years. She graduated from the University of Wisconsin-Madison and went on to get her J.D. degree at Thomas Cooley Law School in Lansing, Michigan. Caryn tries to make the bankruptcy process as pleasant as possible for all of her clients. [ Attorney Bio ]