Hello, my name is Marcy. I would like to talk to you about the various ways bankruptcy attorneys help you eliminate debt. My attorney helped me find all of the creditors that I needed to pay back. I was astounded at the number of creditors listed on the bankruptcy. Fortunately, my bankruptcy attorney assured me that my case was completely normal and possible to discharge through the court process. I hope to use this site to reassure others about their debt situation. I will share information about bankruptcy attorney services in an effort to help others tackle this difficult problem.
3 November 2015
Choosing to file for a chapter 13 bankruptcy is a major decision, but it can provide you with a range of great benefits. A chapter 13 bankruptcy is a type of bankruptcy filing that allows you to repay your creditors by adjusting your monthly payments and lowering your total debt amount. You should consider filing for a chapter 13 bankruptcy because it will allow you to keep your property, can reduce debts that can't be eliminated through a chapter 7 bankruptcy, and will minimize the impact on your credit report.
3 November 2015
You should know that you can take some important preparatory steps before filing for bankruptcy that could help you keep more of your assets. You are allowed to do a certain amount of prebankruptcy planning, but you must be keenly aware of the rules of your state to avoid any appearance of fraudulent hiding or shifting of assets. If you are considering filing for chapter 7, read on to learn how you can preplan to get the most out of your bankruptcy exemptions.
28 October 2015
The feeling of invincibility is one of the best and worst attributes of being young. As a young person, you may be eager to bounce back from mistakes. For this reason, financial irresponsibility and even bankruptcy in your 20s can teach you a lot about life. If you are in your 20s and considering contacting a bankruptcy attorney, here are some reasons why this can enact a turning point in your life.
27 October 2015
Filing for bankruptcy is an emotionally difficult time and a time-consuming process. If you're considering bankruptcy, there are a few thinks you need to avoid doing in the period leading up to filing and during the time after you file. Read this list carefully so you don't make any mistakes. #1: Don't Dip Into Your Retirement Savings Retirement savings are usually protected during bankruptcy, which means you get to keep them.
23 October 2015
When you are struggling to make your home's mortgage payments, you can experience a number of stresses. Whether it is the stress of exhausting your savings to keep your home or the fear of having the property foreclosed upon, you may feel overwhelmed when faced with this situation. For those that are struggling to pay the mortgage, there are a couple of tips that may prove useful in finding relief from this financial stress.