Have your attorney first make sure that your creditor has a right to the collateral. If so, arrange to pay for the right to keep it.
You can save your vehicle with Chapter 7 if you can quickly catch up. But if you can’t, consider Chapter 13.
Bankruptcy can make it possible to keep your vehicle. You have two ways, depending on how much help you need.
5 more very good reasons Chapter 13 is worth a close look, even if it takes much longer, and looks more expensive at first.
Chapter 13 has so many benefits–some potentially worth lots of money to you–that it’s worth finding out what it can do for you.
Yes, Chapter 7 may make sense if discharging your other debts would enable you to catch up on your back mortgage payments quickly enough.
Bankruptcy will stop a foreclosure fast. But there are some very good reasons to get your ducks in a row early.
Two steps: 1) Hiring an attorney stops collection calls and some other creditor actions. 2) Filing bankruptcy stops everything else.
Last month’s decision in Clark v. Rameker affects millions, if not billions, of dollars in IRAs.
One woman’s trip through the bankruptcy appeals process, with a total of 21 judges or justices giving her more than her day in court.
Our nation has a legal system that, in spite of its flaws, is generally transparent, rational, fair, and respected. Happy Birthday, U.S.A.!
Almost all forms of retirement are protected. Inherited ones aren’t, unless you are the spouse, or maybe if you live in the right state.