Most garnishments are stopped immediately if you file bankruptcy, but some may be able to continue later. Here’s how to prevent that.
By filing your bankruptcy after applying appropriate asset management strategies, you can save your assets and pay the right creditors.
Likely you’ve not committed any fraud preventing you from writing off your debts in bankruptcy. But how about “presumptions of fraud”?
Gift-giving and gift-getting have a dangerous twist during the holiday season, if you, or your gift-giver, is in financial trouble.
Avoid using credit during the holidays if you’re thinking about bankruptcy. But if you do so, or are tempted to, read this.
Even though it’s already past Thanksgiving, there’s plenty more to be thankful for in the bankruptcy laws.
More on getting comfortable with the “straight bankruptcy” process with this story about how it works.
If a lawsuit against your small business is draining your time and money, Chapter 13 can encourage the favorable settlement of that lawsuit.
Most debts can be written off in bankruptcy. Collection agents who say otherwise about your debt are often wrong. Here’s how it works.
Considering the length of a Chapter 13 case, and also its many advantages, you need to know what it takes to successfully finish it.
In most Chapter 7 “straight bankruptcy” cases the “meeting” is short and straightforward. But you do need to take it seriously.
Reach the main goal of most bankruptcies–the “discharge” (write-off) of all or most of your debts–by being honest throughout your case.
“Discharge” is the permanent legal elimination of debts.
By law a certain number of cases must be audited for debtors’ “material misstatements.” But how does 0% chance of being audited sound to you?
What do you need to worry about and what you do NOT need to worry about “bankruptcy crimes”?