Why You Shouldn’t Exhaust Your Retirement Accounts to Save Your House

Posted on Feb. 13, 2013

With the state of today’s economy I am encountering a very common scenario with many of the clients who come to my office to discuss bankruptcy.  By the time many individuals who are contemplating filing for bankruptcy come to see me, they have already exhausted their savings and retirement accounts in an attempt to stay [...]


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Filing for Bankruptcy Does Not Destroy Your Credit Like You May Think!

Posted on May. 31, 2012

I have talked to potentially hundreds of potential bankruptcy clients by now, and with each new potential client I meet, it becomes more evident that many individuals have several misconceptions about the bankruptcy process and how filing for bankruptcy will affect them in the future.  One of the most common misconceptions about the bankruptcy process [...]


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Will Student Loan Debt Cause the Next Economic Crisis if Bankruptcy Laws Are Not Changed?

Posted on Mar. 16, 2012

Recently, several sources have been reporting on the growing concern over the amount of student loan debt in which many young individuals and parents of college and graduate students alike now find themselves.  One reason why student loan debt is getting so much attention is because the total amount of student loan debt in the [...]


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I Lost My Job and Can’t Afford My Child Support Payment. What Should I Do?

Posted on Feb. 22, 2012

As the economy has worsened over the last few years, more and more people are losing their jobs.  Facing the daily struggle of trying to make ends meet while you are unemployed can be stressful and anxiety-provoking for sure.  Many individuals who have faced prolonged unemployment turn to bankruptcy after they are unable to hang [...]


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Will My Chapter 7 Bankruptcy Affect My Tax Refund?

Posted on Feb. 15, 2012

It is the time of year that some people love and some people dread… tax time.  Some individuals can’t wait to file their taxes because they anticipate receiving a refund which they may desperately need.  For others, tax time is an unpleasant period of uncertainty and anxiety as they determine how much they owe the [...]


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