As soon as 2014 arrives, your Chapter 13 case can cover, and protect you from, more tax debt.
The peculiar way that the means test is calculated may give you some opportunities.
Christmas and bankruptcy have some surprisingly similar themes: somebody DOES care about your misfortune, and life CAN be better.
Gift-giving and gift-getting have a dangerous twist during the holiday season, if you, or your gift-giver, is in financial trouble.
The holiday season is a time to be nice. But don’t do so by paying relatives & friends what you owe them if you are considering bankruptcy.
Bankruptcy cannot help you if you drink and drive, cause an accident, and hurt somebody.
Avoid using credit during the holidays if you’re thinking about bankruptcy. But if you do so, or are tempted to, read this.
There may be very tangible benefits to seeing an attorney about bankruptcy now instead of waiting until after December 31.
How does a Chapter 13 “adjustment of debts” case get finished?
What happens if you file a Chapter 13 case to save your home but a year or two later your income goes way down?
What happens if you file a Chapter 13 case to save your home but then later decide NOT to keep it after all?
What happens if your income goes up during the years of a Chapter 13 case?
There’s so much to be thankful for in bankruptcy. Here are five final huge benefits.
Even though it’s already past Thanksgiving, there’s plenty more to be thankful for in the bankruptcy laws.
This Thanksgiving, we have much to be thankful for among the basketful of benefits provided by the bankruptcy laws.