A vehicle lease can cost you less up front and monthly, but in fact is often the most expensive option. Bankruptcy is your escape clause.
Chapter 13’s “super discharge” means that you can write off a portion of any non-support debts included in your divorce decree.
Chapter 13 hugely helps minimize the effect of a tax lien on older, dischargeable tax debts. But it also does wonders with newer taxes.
Bankruptcy can prevent a tax lien from being recorded. But even if one IS recorded before you file, Chapter 13 can particularly benefit you.
Almost all paycheck garnishment is illegal from the moment your bankruptcy case is filed. Here’s what to do in the rare event it happens.
If you lost money through garnishment during the 90 days BEFORE filing bankruptcy, that money may be returned to you or a favored creditor.
Most garnishments are stopped immediately if you file bankruptcy, but some may be able to continue later. Here’s how to prevent that.
Most garnishments are stopped immediately if you file bankruptcy. But you don’t want to file too late.
If you can’t afford your current IRS monthly payment plan, or are about to break it with a new year of taxes due, bankruptcy can save you.
Whether you can get your vehicle back depends on how long ago it was repossessed and whether you file under Chapter 7 or Chapter 13.
Whether you can get your license back depends on what traffic law(s) you violated when you got the ticket(s).
Bankruptcy can often do SO much more than just write off debts. In many (but not all circumstances) it can get your license back.