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  • Published: July 19, 2024
  • Published: September 14, 2018

Before you file for bankruptcy, you’ll likely want to know what type of bankruptcy to file for. The reality is that you have to meet certain requirements in order to file bankruptcy at all, and you may not be eligible for either Chapter 7 or Chapter 13. If you do happen to meet the requirements for both options, then the…Read More

  • Published: September 7, 2018

by Brigitte Yuille (Originally posted on July 3, 2015 on You’ve filed for bankruptcy. Now it’s time to start rebuilding your credit. It will be hard to get credit at the start, but it won’t be impossible. The bankruptcy on your record means you will have to pay more to borrow money, since you’ll probably be considered a subprime…Read More

  • Published: May 19, 2017

In recent months, bankruptcy attorneys and people considering bankruptcy have wondered how the new presidential administration might influence bankruptcy laws and the outcomes of personal bankruptcy petitions. We did, too. To gain perspective, we took a look at America First: A Budget Blueprint to Make America Great Again—produced by President Donald J. Trump’s Office of Management and Budget. The Blueprint…Read More

  • Published: March 2, 2017

Bankruptcy provides relief to people weighed down by massive debt; however, it is not a free pass. During a bankruptcy, debtors may be required to liquidate their assets to repay creditors. Also, they can expect to lose access to existing commercial credit because credit card companies typically close accounts when notified that a bankruptcy is filed. And a debtor’s bankruptcy…Read More

  • Published: February 28, 2017

Even before the advent of the credit card industry, pioneers, patriots and presidents alike found themselves in tough financial straits. According to Roland Gary Jones, Esq., author of Bankruptcies and Money Disasters of the Rich and Famous, Abraham Lincoln went bust running a grocery store before falling back on politics. Even as he ran for state Legislature, he was battling…Read More

  • Published: February 16, 2017

I joined Bold Talk Business Radio talk show host Donna Anselmo for a live stream on Tuesday, February 15. We discussed issues on the minds of people dealing with debt, especially questions relating to bankruptcy. The interview will stream again today and Friday in the 1 PM EST time slot on, or you can listen to our discussion…Read More

  • Published: February 6, 2017

When filing for bankruptcy on behalf of a client, an attorney must consider how to best protect the client’s assets. During bankruptcy proceedings, the court reviews the petitioner's assets to determine the debtor's ability to repay creditors. The court then may require sale of the debtor’s property to reimburse creditors and/or cover court costs. The degree to which property is…Read More

  • Published: November 24, 2016

WORRY AMONG PEOPLE STRUGGLING TO SAVE THEIR HOMES OFTEN COMES FROM not knowing what to expect or if there is any way to stop a foreclosure. Take for instance the case of "Mr. Smith." Mr. Smith is a fictitious name. The Situation of Mr. Smith After losing his job, Mr. Smith stopped paying his mortgage, and unable to find a…Read More

  • Published: November 20, 2016

When The Wall Street Journal (WSJ) reported that Univision Communications, Inc. won a court-administered auction of assets belonging to Gawker Media Group (08.16.16), I thought this case perfectly illustrated how the Chapter 11 bankruptcy process works. For example … A Single or Series of Disastrous Financial Incidents Disrupts a Company In this case, a court order to pay a $140…Read More

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