Business Bankruptcy 2020 was a tumultuous year and many of the financial challenges caused by the pandemic are expected to carry over into 2021. The retail sector was one of the most heavily impacted by lockdown measures and many are expected to file business bankruptcy in the upcoming year. While some retailers like Amazon, Walmart, […]
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Business Bankruptcy Trends It should come as no surprise to anyone following the economic impacts of the COVID-19 pandemic that many businesses do not expect to make it through the end of 2021. Business bankruptcy trends will likely include a lot of companies filing in the upcoming year. Many struggling businesses already and had filed […]
Preparing for a Bankruptcy Consultation with a Bankruptcy Lawyer Filing for bankruptcy is a big decision. One of the most intimidating aspects of the process is meeting with your bankruptcy attorney. Being prepared and having all of the necessary documents and information with you for your first meeting can make things go as smoothly as […]
Everyone’s financial situation is different, which makes each and every bankruptcy unique – and potentially complicated. One of the things that might make your bankruptcy more complicated is a loan affected by cross-collateralization. If you have a loan through a credit union and you’re considering bankruptcy, you’ll want to speak to a bankruptcy attorney about […]
Credit Cards and Bankruptcy One of the most common questions bankruptcy attorneys hear from clients is whether or not they can keep any of their credit cards when they file. It’s not a surprising question. After years of relying on credit cards as a security net or for the occasional splurge, the idea of giving […]
Paperwork and Filing for Bankruptcy in Florida Filing for bankruptcy sounds simple enough, but it’s actually a complicated legal proceeding that requires a great deal of organization. Unfortunately, if you fail to submit a document or you make a mistake on anything the court requires, it can result in the dismissal of your case. Not […]