Part 1: Costs of Filing and Hiring Bankruptcy Assistance

If you’re having difficulty making your debt payments from month to month, it might be time to consider seeking effective methods of debt relief. While there are many other unreliable forms of debt relief available, bankruptcy is the most efficient and reliable for long-term stability and actual, long-term debt relief.  Bankruptcy is also a system

Importance of Bankruptcy Attorneys Even with the Automatic Stay

As with any other legal process, it can be difficult and complicated to navigate the bankruptcy court system, including correctly filling out the right forms and paperwork, and understanding which dates and stipulations mean what. Unlike most other types of legal processes, bankruptcy is one that can be handled without the assistance of an attorney.

Making Chapter 13 Bankruptcy Work for Your Small Business

Owning a small business is a difficult endeavor with hundreds of obstacles to overcome in order to turn a profit. Because it’s so difficult to maintain a successful business, many business owners find themselves in poor financial circumstances. If you are struggling to keep making payments on your business and/or personal debts, it may be

Receiving Debt Relief as a Personal Guarantor

In 2008, the housing crisis changed a lot about how mortgages and other loans are handed out. Credit and income requirements are much higher, and many borrowers need another person or entity to sign as a personal guarantor in order to receive a loan.   Establishing a personal guarantee on a loan means you’ll be

Understanding Co-debtor Roles in Bankruptcy

When an individual is in a financial situation ripe to be resolved with a bankruptcy case, it’s likely they have a lot of debt they can’t repay and may even have one or more co-debtors. Debt accumulation over time usually shows a bread crumb trail of having to take on more debt to cover debts

How a Bankruptcy Insider Affects Debt Relief

Bankruptcy is a legal process that provides debt relief to thousands of individuals and businesses across the United States. If you’re struggling to meet debt payments each month and you feel like your quality of life is significantly affected by this, it may be beneficial for you to consider filing for bankruptcy. Not only does

What Happens to Your Car in Chapter 13 Bankruptcy

Chapter 13 bankruptcy is a common type of individual consumer debt relief that allows filers to restructure their debts into a three to five-year repayment plan suited to their income. Unlike Chapter 7 liquidation bankruptcy, Chapter 13 is often a better fit for filers with a steady income who want to keep the properties they