Are You Eligible For Chapter 13 Bankruptcy?

Posted on: 11 October 2015

Are you at a point in your life where you feel completely overwhelmed by debt and where, no matter what you do or how much you pay, you can't seem to make any headway when it comes to paying off your debts? If so, then bankruptcy may be the best option for you. Keep in mind that bankruptcy is not something that should ever be entered into lightly, nor is it a first resort.
[Read More]

4 Reasons You Need An Attorney When Filing For Bankruptcy

Posted on: 9 October 2015

Being in a position where you are deep in a debt that you can't repay can be incredibly stressful and make day-to-day life difficult. Trying to juggle your personal finances while being harassed by debt collectors can be mentally and emotionally draining, and bankruptcy may be the only solution to your financial problems. However, filing for bankruptcy is not a simple process, and it should not be done without the representation of an experienced bankruptcy attorney.
[Read More]

Debt Management Tips That Can Help You Save Money Each Month

Posted on: 7 October 2015

Most people are in debt and constantly striving to balance the amount of money they pay towards their debts each month versus the amount of income they have. Some people fall into the trap of debts with high interest rates or a higher debt than they make each and every month. Here are some debt management tips that you can employ to help you manage your financial affairs. Consolidate High Interest Debts For Lower Interest Rates
[Read More]

What To Expect At The Creditors Meeting For Chapter 7 Bankruptcy

Posted on: 6 October 2015

When you decide to finally file for Chapter 7 bankruptcy, your attorney will explain the process to you. This will help you know what to expect from your bankruptcy, but you may still have questions about it. One question a lot of filers have is what the creditors meeting is for. Here are three things you should know about this.  You only attend one meeting In most cases, filing for Chapter 7 requires only one meeting, which is called the creditors meeting.
[Read More]