Concerns over one's credit profile is an FAQ for us from persons considering their Bankruptcy options. Below is a link to an article from About.com that provides a very good overview for these questions. If more is needed please let us know. Have an excellent July 4th … [Read more...] about Bankruptcy and your credit.
Dear Clients and Friends, A liquidating, Chapter 7, Bankruptcy comprises the vast majority of Bankruptcy filings. Deciding on such a filing should not be based solely on one's need to get rid of ones bills. That is too often done and too short sighted to get one what they … [Read more...] about Deciding on a Bankruptcy
The life challenge of a Bankruptcy or a Divorce will, each on their own, generate an all too memorable life experience for most anyone. Add to this having these events occur together (an all too common phenomenon) and the need for maximum damage-control skyrockets. The good … [Read more...] about Divorce and Bankruptcy
On January 1 of this year the California Homeowners Bill of Rights went into effect. The Homeowners Bill of Rights makes the foreclosure process in CA more fair and transparent then it has been since at least 2008. The purpose of this law is to provide protections of … [Read more...] about California’s Homeowners Bill of Rights
If you need to discharge tax debts, Chapter 7 bankruptcy is generally your best option. However the particular taxes must qualify for discharge and you must pass the infamous "means test" and be eligible for a Chapter 7 bankruptcy filing. If you meet this test, you can rid … [Read more...] about Discharging Taxes in Bankruptcy
If you are behind on your mortgage payments or if you are already in foreclosure, bankruptcy may be able to help you save your home. A Chapter 13 bankruptcy is usually the best way to save your home. As with a Chapter 7, it can discharge your non-mortgage debt. But more … [Read more...] about Can a Bankruptcy Save Your Home?