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What Should I Know about College Loan Debt?

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If you’re thinking about borrowing money to pay for college or your child is thinking about college and you know a loan is your only option for paying tuition, you aren’t alone. More than half of all college students are using loans to pay for their tuition. And while there are many loan programs that […]

Will Bankruptcy Help Protect My Vehicle from Repossession?

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The idea of bankruptcy might be intimidating, but filing can actually help you in a variety of ways. One of the biggest benefits of bankruptcy is the protection it provides regarding your assets. You can use bankruptcy to protect things of value you own that you might otherwise lose if your financial woes continue. A […]

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 […]

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 […]

What is a Chapter 20 Bankruptcy?

Most people are aware there are different types of bankruptcy, but many are unable to explain the difference. In Chapter 13 bankruptcy, debt is re-organized and the person filing is responsible for much of what is owed on these debts. The goal is to create a payment plan that makes debt affordable again and enables […]

Bankruptcy Myths: What You Should Know

Bankruptcy might be the most valuable tool you have at your disposal if you are struggling with money, but because there are so many bankruptcy myths out there, many debtors don’t bother filing. There are few areas of law around which there are more mistruths and because of this, many people never even consider whether […]

Can You Be Too Rich for Bankruptcy?

Bankruptcy and the ability to use bankruptcy to manage money when you have a lot of it has been in the news lately, thanks in part to the upcoming presidential election. The idea of a “rich person” filing for bankruptcy confuses many because they assume bankruptcy is something used by those in financial straits. Why […]

2016 Bankruptcy FAQs

Tampa Bankruptcy Lawyer FAQs If you’re kicking off the New Year with thoughts of filing for bankruptcy, you likely have quite a few questions. If you decide to file or even if you are not sure, but you think filing might be an option for you, it is important to speak to a bankruptcy expert. […]

Determining whether bankruptcy is the right option for you requires a great deal of thought. Every situation is different and each case should be treated on an individual basis. Some people have better options than bankruptcy or their financial situations are just not dire enough to require bankruptcy yet, while others can use bankruptcy to […]

What You Should Know about Divorce Debts

It’s common for debt to mount during divorce, even if your situation is relatively simple and you and your spouse agree on a divorce settlement. If you are one of the unlucky few who has fought a long battle in divorce court, your situation is likely much worse and chances are you are feeling pretty […]

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Is a Business Loan Possible If I File for Bankruptcy?

Is a Business Loan Possible If I File for Bankruptcy?

Filing for Bankruptcy Filing for bankruptcy might make it seem as if your world has stopped, but the truth is...
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What Should I Do to Prepare for My 341 Meeting of Creditors?

What Should I Do to Prepare for My 341 Meeting of Creditors?

The 341 Meeting of Creditors can be one of the most intimidating aspects of filing for bankruptcy but it doesn’t...
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What Happens If I Die Mid-Bankruptcy?

What Happens If I Die Mid-Bankruptcy?

Life is unpredictable and so is death. Very few people are able to predict when they will die and in...
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What Do I Need to Know about Property Seizure?

What Do I Need to Know about Property Seizure?

One of the scariest things that can happen when you’re dealing with out-of-control debt is property seizure. Creditors might legally...
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I’m Self Employed – Can I File for Bankruptcy?

I’m Self Employed – Can I File for Bankruptcy?

When it comes to being self-employed, sometimes it seems the odds are stacked against you. Taxes, insurance, other expenses… the...
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Can I Move Out of State after Filing for Bankruptcy?

Can I Move Out of State after Filing for Bankruptcy?

Most people know there are limitations on traveling and moving if someone is accused of committing a crime, but what...
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What Should I Know about College Loan Debt?

What Should I Know about College Loan Debt?

If you’re thinking about borrowing money to pay for college or your child is thinking about college and you know...
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Should You Continue Paying Your Debts after You Decide to File for Bankruptcy?

Should You Continue Paying Your Debts after You Decide to File for Bankruptcy?

One of the most common questions bankruptcy lawyers get from clients is whether or not they should keep making payments...
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Debt in Collections? Five Things You Shouldn’t Do

Debt in Collections? Five Things You Shouldn’t Do

Having a debt be turned over to collections is not the end of the world. Even those who are careful...
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