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Bankruptcy Court Bankruptcy is a process that many people find intimidating. In part, this is because they must turn their financial information over to the court system. Bankruptcy court oversees your case when you file. Filers must operate within the letter of the bankruptcy law once they file. Understanding how the bankruptcy court system works […]

Bankruptcy Counseling Filing for bankruptcy is not an easy decision. For many, it’s their only option for getting the debt relief they need to start fresh and move forward in their lives. But even if you are sure bankruptcy is right for you, it can still be a confusing and intimidating process. There’s a lot […]

Medical Bankruptcy

Medical Bankruptcy Healthcare costs are one of the biggest expenses modern-day Americans face. It leads many people to wonder if medical bankruptcy is an option. Even people who have health insurance often find themselves in serious debt after dealing with a medical crisis. And because of this, unpaid medical bills are one of the primary […]

CARES Act

CARES ACT Last week the president officially signed the CARES Act into law. The CARES Act, short for Coronavirus Aid, Relief and Economic Security Act, includes many provisions that affect bankruptcy cases. It also addresses bankruptcy payment plan modifications and federally backed residential mortgage loans and foreclosures and evictions. The following questions and answers will […]

Covid-19

COVID-19 Bankruptcy Information COVID-19, the new coronavirus, is affecting every aspect of our lives. For many, the pandemic has been especially burdensome financially. People across the country want to know what the short- and long-term ramifications of the virus will be on their bank accounts. Many are concerned COVID-19 could drive people into bankruptcy or […]

Partial Bankruptcy

Partial Bankruptcy Is there such a thing as filing for partial bankruptcy? If you are dealing with just a single problem debt or your situation is temporary, is bankruptcy right for you? Every day people consider filing for bankruptcy. They might be drowning in credit card debt or they lost their jobs and their bills […]

Greener grass

If you’re considering bankruptcy, there’s a good chance you have a lot of questions. One of the most common concerns when filing for bankruptcy is how doing so will affect your assets. From your home to your vehicle to your financial savings, bankruptcy can creep into every area of your life. But does bankruptcy affect […]

Does Bankruptcy Affect College Grants and Loans?

Money decisions

College is one of the most expensive investments you’ll ever make. This is especially true if you attend beyond the traditional four years and seek a higher degree. By the time many people complete their education, they’re dealing with tens – if not hundreds – of thousands of dollars in debt. And while it’s worth […]

empty wallet

Money to File Bankruptcy It comes as a surprise to many people that filing for bankruptcy is not free. How can that be? If someone is struggling financially how can he or she afford to pay to erase debt? The truth is, many people assume they cannot afford to file for bankruptcy so they don’t […]

Running from bills

Filing Bankruptcy is Necessary under some Circumstances Financial trouble is one of the worst stressors you can face in life. The good news is there are options available to help you get a handle on things and create hope for the future when it comes to your money. Bankruptcy is one of the most powerful […]

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