Bankruptcy and Divorce

If you are considering a divorce or if divorce proceedings have begun, you may need to consider the option of bankruptcy. Having financial hardship can be just as detrimental to your financial security as a looming divorce. Given your unique situation, it is essential...

Bankruptcy: Real Relief

Why should you consider bankruptcy to relieve your debt and financial stress?  There are many ways in which bankruptcy can help you get a fresh start.  Here are just a few.  You have been unemployed or have been laid off and you can no longer maintain the credit card...

Bankruptcy and Student Loan Debt

It is not common for student loans to be forgiven in bankruptcy.  Student loans are considered special loans and bankruptcy does not usually apply. Only a unique hardship qualifies an individual to get out from under the weight of student loan debt.  The Undue...

Understanding Mortgage Forbearance

Many changes have happened thanks to the Covid-19 health crisis. Unemployment levels went up and many people found that it is hard to make their mortgage payments. Lenders offered different forbearance programs to help their customers out and mortgage delinquencies...

What Bankruptcy Can Do For You Right Now

The world is in the middle of a pandemic. You are being bombarded with information, options, and opportunists trying to get you to patronize them. You need some facts to help make good decisions right now and that will be right for you when we open for commerce again....

Does Filing for Bankruptcy Make Sense for Me?

Photo by Melinda Gimpel on Unsplash Wondering whether bankruptcy is the best debt relief option for you is normal. It is wise to question whether filing bankruptcy makes sense for you. When you question filing bankruptcy, you are more likely to seek...