Bankruptcrs face bankruptcy in Illinois, and they are getting ready to fight back.
In the last year, Bankrupt and Foreclosure Judges have used their powers to bring thousands of cases to court.
They’ve filed more than 2,200 bankruptcies and filed more lawsuits against the government than any other group.
The Illinois Division of Bankrupts and the Illinois Bankruptment Courts have been fighting to prevent bankruptcy from happening in Illinois for years.
In 2011, the state Supreme Court upheld a ban on bankruptcy in the state, but the courts said it would be a mistake to allow bankruptcies to continue.
So the courts moved forward with a ban that’s still in effect.
But now, the Illinois Division says it is preparing to move to overturn the ban.
The state has been preparing for the possibility of a bankruptcy in years past, said Robert L. Pomeranz, a bankruptcy lawyer at the Illinois Attorney General’s Office.
The only thing that’s changed in the last five years is that the courts have been looking at this issue and they’ve been doing it in a very careful way, he said.
What is the court doing?
The courts have created a task force that is looking at a number of things, said attorney Richard Kostelnik.
One of the things they’re looking at is, how can the courts help people to get out of bankruptcy and get on with their lives, Kostlnik said.
That’s what the task force is looking into.
What are they looking at?
The task force was formed last year to help the courts get a handle on the bankruptcy process and the problems that are inherent in the bankruptcy laws.
For example, the task group has looked at what kinds of things are required to clear bankruptcy, how many judges are needed, and whether there’s any way to stop foreclosures, Kastelnik said, according to the Associated Press.
A few months ago, the Supreme Court denied a request from Bankrupture Judge Robert F. Pappas to have the ban lifted.
The Supreme Court ruled that it would take the state court to the Supreme State Court, which would then decide whether to hear the case.
The task team is considering how to go about doing that, said Kostalnik.
They are also looking at ways to make sure that people are treated fairly under the bankruptcy system, he added.
The courts are also reviewing other laws that they have enacted, including a law that lets people file for bankruptcy when they are not financially stable.
The courts are considering a number in addition to that law, including the bankruptcy code.
The Department of Revenue says they have more information to share about bankruptcy filings and cases.
We’re going to continue to work with the courts and the state to work toward a common goal,” said Secretary of State Jesse White.