4 Vital Things To Know About Chapter 13 Bankruptcy

Posted on: 2 July 2020

Have you had all you can take with your financial situation? Do you need relief from your debts? Many people find themselves in this situation, and a lot of these individuals turn to Chapter 13 bankruptcy for relief. If you are considering bankruptcy, it is helpful to understand how it works before using it. Here are four vital things you should know about Chapter 13 if this is an option you are considering. [Read More]

Take A Walk-Through The Means Test

Posted on: 30 June 2019

When you declare bankruptcy you are essentially admitting that you are unable to pay your bills now and in the immediate future. New bankruptcy rules prevent those with a certain level of income from filing chapter 7 bankruptcy. In an effort to make bankruptcy only appropriate for those that really need it, all filers should be prepared to prove income and to undergo a so-called means test if their income is above a certain level. [Read More]

The Benefits of a Chapter 13 Bankruptcy Over a Chapter 7 Bankruptcy

Posted on: 13 March 2019

When it comes to filing personal bankruptcy, many people believe that filing a Chapter 7 is better than filing a Chapter 13. In a Chapter 7 bankruptcy, your debt that qualifies is wiped out and you don't have to pay it back. In a Chapter 13 bankruptcy, you will establish a repayment plan and you are responsible for paying off some of the debt you owe. Although it seems like an easy decision, there are times when debtors aren't able to file for Chapter 7 because monthly income levels are too high and disposable income amounts make you ineligible. [Read More]

When You Can't Pay Your Mortgage: Tips For Avoiding Foreclosure

Posted on: 18 January 2019

When you experience a change in your financial security, you do everything you can to meet your obligations and pay your bills. However, sometimes the odds are stacked against you, and you no longer can pay your bills and your creditors. Missing payments to your mortgage lender can lead you into deeper financial trouble.  Most people want to avoid foreclosing on their home at all costs. The first step you need to take if you're experiencing trouble with your finances, especially if you are in danger of losing your house, is to contact a foreclosure attorney. [Read More]