STUDENT LOAN DEBT: THE TIMES THEY ARE A-CHANGIN’ By: Tracy Perez
Back in 1964 when Bob Dylan released this meaningful song, student loans were dischargeable in bankruptcy just like any other consumer debt. But
Should I Reaffirm My Mortgage in a Chapter 7?
More frequently than ever mortgage lenders are asking Chapter 7 bankruptcy debtors to sign reaffirmation agreements. A reaffirmation agreement, if signed by the debtor’s bankruptcy
Filing Chapter 7 Bankruptcy With a Terminally Ill Spouse
Serious illness often leads to mounting medical and credit card debt. If you need a Chapter 7 bankruptcy and you or your spouse are terminally
Does Bankruptcy Help or Hurt Your Credit Score?
Many people do not consider bankruptcy because they know that the bankruptcy will show up on their credit report for ten years following the discharge
Common Reasons People File for Bankruptcy
Americans face financial difficulties for many different reasons. While some financial hard times are temporary and resolve themselves, in other situations people require legal solutions
What Happens if I Can’t Pay my Chapter 13 Payment Plan?
Many people who are experiencing financial problems and make a consistent monthly income can benefit from filing for Chapter 13 bankruptcy1. Under Chapter 13, a