Can I file Chapter 7 if my income is above median? Can I discharge taxes? Do I have to file if my spouse files? Do I have to wait ten years (after filing bankruptcy) to buy a home? We discuss some common bankruptcy myths in this post.
I’m considering filing bankruptcy. Should I transfer assets out of my name? Should I avoid using my credit cards? Should I pay this year’s tax bill? Should I buy a new car? The answers might surprise you.
How can a creditor garnish my wages on an old debt? The statute of limitations passed years ago!
How can I stop a garnishment? Can I get money back that’s already been garnished? How do I file a wage garnishment exemption? What happens to the judgment after I stop a garnishment?
What are the Alternatives to Bankruptcy? Can Debt Settlement Services, Consolidation Loans, or Credit Counseling Help Me?
Should you try to avoid bankruptcy? Can debt settlement services, debt consolidation loans, or consumer credit counseling help you with your debts? We discuss the options.
What are my options for dealing with car loans in bankruptcy? Can I keep my car if I file bankruptcy?
“My bank account was just levied to pay an old judgment against my spouse. Can they do that?”
What kind of problems can bankruptcy solve? While bankruptcy is a very powerful tool, it is important to know what it can and cannot do for you.
The bankruptcy means test determines if you have enough “disposable income” to fund a repayment plan. Spoiler alert: usually you won’t. We explain in this post.
What happens during a typical Chapter 7 bankruptcy? From your first phone call to our office to the day your case closes– we explain step by step.
“Bankruptcy estate”…it sounds fancy, doesn’t it? But what’s included? Here’s what you need to know.
How much will my credit score go down when I file bankruptcy? How long does it take to rebuild my credit after bankruptcy?
Which should be filed first– a divorce or a bankruptcy? There are many factors to consider.
A large percentage of bankruptcy filers owe past due income taxes. Many are surprised to learn these can sometimes be discharged in bankruptcy.