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School Loans Burden Students With Unmanageable Debt

When debt becomes overwhelming, the logical step for many people is to file for bankruptcy to get a handle on debt through reorganization or a fresh start through liquidation. While bankruptcy could be an appropriate option, care should be exercised as there are special rules that apply in bankruptcy to student loans. Unfortunately for students,… Read More »

Will Bankruptcy Affect My Employment?

If you are considering filing for bankruptcy, you might be concerned about how your filing will affect your future employment. Can your employer fire you because of the bankruptcy? Will your employer even find out? Will you ever get a job again? Rest assured that, while your bankruptcy may have some impact on your current… Read More »

Co-Signers Beware!

If you co-signed a loan to help your child obtain an automobile or a credit card, it may surprise you to find out that, if your child files for bankruptcy, you are still on the hook for that debt. When a debtor files for bankruptcy, the creditor can still pursue payment from the non-bankrupt co-signer…. Read More »

Medical Debt Is A Leading Cause Of Bankruptcy

Medical debt accounts for over half of all bankruptcy filings. Most of the people who file for bankruptcy because of medical debt had private health insurance at the start of their illness. If you find yourself in this situation, it is not your fault — and bankruptcy may be your best option. If you have… Read More »