Until you file for bankruptcy or know someone who files, it’s easy to hold a stereotypical idea about bankruptcy filers. You might think they’re young people who wildly spend too much money and now suffer the consequences of college and credit card debt. You might think of a low-income family who cannot make ends meet…

Bankruptcy is one of those experiences in life that sounds horrible. Even the word “bankruptcy” has a final, ominous sound to it, like a door closing in your face. Because people’s entire financial lives are geared toward avoiding bankruptcy, most people don’t know what bankruptcy actually entails. As a result, many scary myths have cropped…

As the most common type of bankruptcy in the United States, Chapter 7 bankruptcy will fit your needs if your household earns below the median income in the state where you live or if your household passes a “means test”—a special calculation that allows you to file for bankruptcy if the household income is considered…

Filing for bankruptcy can be intimidating and many people are ashamed of doing it. A real issue, though, is not using the help of a lawyer as the process can be a bit tricky. Missing deadlines, required forms slipping through the cracks and not understanding certain rules or terms can be detrimental. Another issue is…

If you are in need of legal help with foreclosures, repossessions or creditor harassment, or, you have questions about filing for bankruptcy, you need to have the right representation. With a lawyer who knows the ins and outs of bankruptcy, you’ll have a much easier time of getting paperwork in at the right time and…

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