Saturday, November 13, 2021

Signs You May Want to File for Bankruptcy

It has been a rough few years for our country and the rest of the world. The pandemic put a strain on us as few could have predicted. Among other burdens many of us have carried during this time, financial pressure may be among the biggest and heaviest. If you have found yourself in a place where you are struggling to pay the bills and keep up with minimum payments on outstanding debt obligations,

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Friday, October 29, 2021

What Is Chapter 11 Bankruptcy?

Sometimes, we find ourselves with financial problems that seem insurmountable. Minimum payments become impossible to make, creditor actions loom in the distance or are currently taking place, and all that is wanted is a way out, a lifeline. Read more . . .

Friday, October 22, 2021

How to Rebuild Your Credit After Bankruptcy

Have you hesitated to file bankruptcy because you have heard dire rumors that your credit will be irreparably destroyed? Bankruptcy can provide a much needed lifeline when confronted with seemingly insurmountable financial trouble. It can provide a fresh start and before you dispel bankruptcy as a possibility based on things you have heard; you should get the facts.
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Monday, November 16, 2020

Can Chapter 7 Bankruptcy Erase My Student Loan Debt?

Student loan debt has been a pervasive presence in the news in recent years. Students take on crushing amounts of debts to try and get the education they need to fulfill their professional and personal goals. After graduation, the high-interest rates and substantial monthly payments can become a financial burden with no end in sight. It should therefore come as no surprise that many are curious as to whether student loan debt can be erased, or “discharged,” in Read more . . .

Saturday, October 31, 2020

How Do You Rebuild Credit After Filing Bankruptcy?

One pervasive myth surrounding bankruptcy is that your credit will sustain irreparable damage. While your credit will take a hit due to bankruptcy, it is by no means something that you cannot come back from. By taking certain measured steps, you can rebuild your credit over time. A bankruptcy will stay on your credit report for about 7 to 10 years, but the impacts of bankruptcy will lessen as time passes when you are proactive. Here, we discuss several ways you can rebuild your credit after filing Read more . . .

Monday, August 17, 2020

What Personal Property is Exempt in Chapter 7 Bankruptcy?

There are many misconceptions about bankruptcy and the consequences of filing for bankruptcy. Bankruptcy can provide substantial financial relief to those who are struggling to keep up with minimum debt payments and experiencing financial difficulty. Read more . . .

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