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Options for Foreclosure Defense

There are several effective way to defend against foreclosure.  An experienced bankruptcy attorney can help you decide what option is best for you.  Even if you have already received a notice of default from your lender or a complaint initiating foreclosure litigation against you, options to avoid and/or stall the foreclosure remain available. Depending on… Read More »

Which Personal Bankruptcy Chapter is Right for Me?

When deciding whether to file Chapter 7 or Chapter 13 bankruptcy, three major factors come into play: Your circumstances such as income, assets, and character of your debts Your goals The law Part of your decision between Chapter 7 and Chapter 13 hinges on what assets you own and whether retaining those assets is one… Read More »

When Should I Call a Bankruptcy Lawyer?

The best time to speak with a bankruptcy lawyer is not when you are already up to your ears in past-due and disconnect notices, but when you first start to get into financial trouble. Waiting until you have already fallen behind on important payments may complicate your recovery, even in a bankruptcy. Personal bankruptcy attorneys… Read More »

How Will Filing for Bankruptcy Affect My Credit Score?

Most negative credit events stay on your credit report for seven to ten years — which means they affect your credit score for just as long. To check the accuracy of your credit report and to ensure that negative records are indeed removed no later than ten years after the fact, you can get a… Read More »

Considering Bankruptcy? What Not To Do

If you think filing bankruptcy might make sense for you, the first thing you should do is consult with an experienced bankruptcy attorney. Then, there are a number of thing you should not do. Do not run up debts in anticipation of bankruptcy Ever since the Bankruptcy Abuse Prevention and Consumer Protection Act of 2005… Read More »