Before deciding that you have to sell your home to pay your ex-spouse, find out your legal options. You may be pleasantly surprised.
Chapter 7, sometimes called “straight bankruptcy,” is the simplest type of bankruptcy, yet it can also handle not-so-simple debt problems.
Avoid using credit during the holidays if you’re thinking about bankruptcy. But if you do so, or are tempted to, read this.
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.
Even if a straight bankruptcy would leave you owing some or all your income taxes, it may position you well to settle those taxes with an Offer in Compromise.
Chapter 7 gives you a fresh financial start by legally erasing your debts. That’s enough if your debts are simple ones.