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A bankruptcy consultation is a great way to gather information about the process of filing for bankruptcy. A consultation is also a great way to get a sense of whether a specific attorney is right for you or if you need to interview additional people. Most attorneys offer a free consultation. It’s probably a good […]

Filing for bankruptcy is a major financial step. The decision to file is not one that should be taken lightly and many people experience some trepidation in the time leading up to their decision to file. Luckily, working with an experienced attorney can put your mind at ease and help you move through bankruptcy successfully. […]

What to Know about DIY Bankruptcy Filing

Filing for bankruptcy is a complicated process, but the court does allow individuals to file on their own without an attorney. This is called pro se filing and is not recommended, even under the simplest of circumstances. Sometimes, though, people choose to file without professional support to avoid attorneys’ fees (they still need to pay […]

Bankruptcy and Tax Consequences

Bankruptcy offers a number of advantages, especially when your financial situation is bleak and there is no other solution in sight. However, it’s important to understand the disadvantages of bankruptcy and determine if the outcome is worth the negative aspects of filing. One of the things people filing for bankruptcy often forget to consider is […]

How Bankruptcy Affects a Second Mortgage

There are many homeowners who have a second mortgage on their homes. In many of these cases, these mortgages were not taken because a person was facing financial challenges. For instance, some use a second mortgage to pay for home renovations. Second mortgages can be used to help someone through a difficult financial time, but […]

Filing for Chapter 7? This To-Do List Can Help!

As you’ve probably already learned, there are different types of bankruptcy. Your personal financial situation will dictate which is best for you, but in many cases, individuals who opt for bankruptcy file for Chapter 7. This type of bankruptcy allows them to discharge all or a portion of their debt, depending on the type they’ve […]

Job Hunting? How Bankruptcy Can Help

If you’ve been searching for a job, while also worrying about financial issues, you are not alone. Whether a job loss triggered your financial woes or just added to them, things might seem bleak if your struggles just continue to worsen. And if things are dire enough to consider bankruptcy, you are likely wondering how […]

article from CNN Bankruptcy is a great way to get a fresh start and get yourself back on track financially. It’s a tool that allows you to wipe away debt, or at least reorganize it so it’s more manageable. Whether you are already in the midst of filing for bankruptcy or you’re wondering whether it […]

What are Illegal Asset Transfers?

If you are considering bankruptcy or you have any concerns at all about your financial situation, it’s important to be aware of the legal and illegal things you are permitted to do. Far too many people look for an easy way out, and in some cases, their actions break the law. Even if they do […]

Anyone who has filed for bankruptcy or researched whether or not bankruptcy is an option for them knows education courses are a requirement for filers. In order to have your bankruptcy filing approved by the court, pre- and post-filing classes are a requirement. Though it might seem intimidating or silly to participate in courses to […]

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Tampa Bankruptcy Law Blog

Social Security and Bankruptcy: Do I Need to Worry about My Income?

Social Security and Bankruptcy: Do I Need to Worry about My Income?

How Bankruptcy and Social Security Are Related Bankruptcy is one of the best tools available for managing significant debt and...
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Bankruptcy and Cross-Collateralization: What You Need to Know

Bankruptcy and Cross-Collateralization: What You Need to Know

Everyone’s financial situation is different, which makes each and every bankruptcy unique – and potentially complicated. One of the things...
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Foreclosure on the Horizon? Here’s What You Can Do to Stop the Process

Foreclosure on the Horizon? Here’s What You Can Do to Stop the Process

Preventing Foreclosure Out-of-control debt can cause a number of problems in your life, but few are as intimidating as the...
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Can I Keep Any Credit Cards If I File for Bankruptcy?

Can I Keep Any Credit Cards If I File for Bankruptcy?

Credit Cards and Bankruptcy One of the most common questions bankruptcy attorneys hear from clients is whether or not they...
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How Does Bankruptcy Affect My Possessions?

How Does Bankruptcy Affect My Possessions?

Bankruptcy and Possessions Filing for bankruptcy can improve your financial situation, but it also has a major impact on many...
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Bankruptcy and Renting: What You Need to Know

Renting a home after bankruptcy There are plenty of people who rent their homes. Many of them are faced with...
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Bankruptcy and Selling Assets: Can I Sell My Vehicle before I File?

Bankruptcy and Selling Assets: Can I Sell My Vehicle before I File?

Can a car be sold before filing for bankruptcy? Plenty of car owners face financial struggles and consider bankruptcy. It’s...
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Your Bankruptcy Timeline: What You Need to Know Before, During, and After You File

Your Bankruptcy Timeline: What You Need to Know Before, During, and After You File

Timeline for Filing Bankruptcy Bankruptcy is not something anyone plans to do in his or her life, but once you’ve...
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How Bankruptcy Affects a 401K Loan

How Bankruptcy Affects a 401K Loan

Bankruptcy affects all aspects of your life, including the money you’ve saved over the years. This is especially true if...
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Five Keys to Post Bankruptcy Success

Five Keys to Post Bankruptcy Success

Post-Bankruptcy Actions in Florida to Help With Bankruptcy Success Bankruptcy is one of the best ways to make a fresh...
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