CALL FOR A FREE
INITIAL CONSULTATION
813.254.5696

BRIDGING YOU TO A BRIGHTER FUTURE

My College Closed: Do I Need to Repay My Student Loans?

Tampa Bankruptcy Law Blog

Though it might not happen to the world’s most famous universities, there are some colleges that go out of business. They might be purchased by another school or simply close their doors because of their own financial issues or other reasons. The most frequent colleges to go out of business are career training schools that […]

If your financial struggles are primarily caused by student loan debt, you are not alone. The student loan debt of Americans is estimated to be more than $1 trillion and about $85,000,000,000 is past due. The average borrower has about $30,000 in student loan debt. Some financial experts believe the situation is so bad it’s […]

Student loans are often granted by the government, but it is possible to borrow money to pay for college tuition from private lending institutions. If you are considering loans to help offset the cost of education, it’s important for you to understand the pros and cons of student loans. They can be useful, but they […]

I’m Disabled – Can I Discharge My Student Loan?

Student loan debt is one of the most common reasons people struggle financially. Whether they took on more debt than they could ever pay off based on their projected earnings or they are struggling to find employment after graduating when student loan debt comes due, many people are unable to meet their monthly payment obligations. […]

Filing for bankruptcy is an excellent way to get back on track financially. It can wipe out some existing debts and allow you to get a fresh start. For some, bankruptcy is their only option and serves as the jumping off point to a brighter, more manageable financial future. Unfortunately, bankruptcy cannot eliminate all types […]

Are Student Loan Payments beyond Your Means?

Attending college is expensive and even those who receive scholarships and/or work while attending classes might find they need additional money for tuition, books, and living expenses. The good news is college loans are available, often at a reasonable rate, making it possible to earn a degree. Unfortunately, many find their student loans become an […]

Tampa Bankruptcy Law Blog

Common Misunderstandings about Chapter 13 Bankruptcy

Common Misunderstandings about Chapter 13 Bankruptcy

If there’s one thing that’s true about bankruptcy, it’s that there are a lot of misconceptions out there about the...
Read More
What Post-Bankruptcy Life REALLY Looks Like

What Post-Bankruptcy Life REALLY Looks Like

Life after Bankruptcy The idea of living without debt is the dream of many. This is especially true for those...
Read More
Five Things You Should Know Before Filing for Bankruptcy

Five Things You Should Know Before Filing for Bankruptcy

5 Factors that Affect Bankruptcy Filing Bankruptcy can be a scary step, but it’s one that can significantly improve your...
Read More
Getting a Chapter 13 Discharge without Completing Your Payment Plan: What You Need to Know

Getting a Chapter 13 Discharge without Completing Your Payment Plan: What You Need to Know

Chapter 13 Bankruptcy Discharge and Non Completion of a Payment Plan When you file for Chapter 13 bankruptcy you’ll be...
Read More
How Do You “Declare Bankruptcy”?

How Do You “Declare Bankruptcy”?

Declaring Bankruptcy There’s a lot of misinformation regarding bankruptcy. It’s unfortunate because many people who are struggling financially could benefit...
Read More
What Does a Float Do in Bankruptcy?

What Does a Float Do in Bankruptcy?

Bankruptcy Float There are numerous terms related to bankruptcy that are new to those who file and might seem confusing...
Read More

Why Filing for Bankruptcy Can Be a Smart Decision

Bankruptcy can be a smart decision Everyone wants to be smart, right? They want to make the best choices and...
Read More
Will My Spending Be Monitored If I File for Bankruptcy?

Will My Spending Be Monitored If I File for Bankruptcy?

Bankruptcy and Spending Bankruptcy can offer many advantages, but it can also mean exposing your financial life to the world....
Read More

Buying a Home after Bankruptcy

Getting a Mortgage After Bankruptcy Many people assume buying a home after filing for bankruptcy is impossible. As a matter...
Read More

Bankruptcy Red Flags: How to Avoid Suspicion of Fraud When You File

Bankruptcy Fraud Red Flags Filing for bankruptcy is a complicated process. It’s possible to file on your own, but it...
Read More

Contact Us

Search Website

Request a FREE Consultation

For The Next 5 Days Get A Free Book About Bankruptcy


 
comodoavvo1
avvo2avvo3LEA

We are A Debt Relief Agency.
We help people file for
bankruptcy under the Bankruptcy Code

Pay Online   Bankruptcy Courses   

Tampa Office

$Law Offices of Robert M. Geller, P.A.
807 West Azeele Street
Tampa, FL 33606
T: (813) 254-5696
T: (800) 853-7549
F: (813) 253-3405


Tampa Law Office Map

St. Petersburg Office

$Law Offices of Robert M. Geller, P.A.
125 5th Street South
(Wells Fargo Financial Center)
2nd Floor, Suite G

St. Petersburg, FL 33701
T: (727) 532-3939


Map and Directions

Pasco Office

23526 State Road 54
Lutz, FL 33559
T: (813) 336-2320





Maps & Directions

At the Tampa Bay law firm, the Law Offices of Robert M. Geller, P.A., we help people with consumer bankruptcy matters in the Tampa Bay-St. Petersburg,  Florida communities such as Clearwater,     St. Petersburg, Tampa, Thonotosassa, Riverview, Lutz, Plant City, Brandon, Carrollwood, Wesley Chapel, St. Petersburg Beach, Lakeland, Mulberry, Dade City, Pinellas Park, Largo, Seminole, Odessa, Oldsmar and Lithia, and counties such as Hillsborough County, Pinellas County, Pasco County, Polk County and Manatee County.