If you are in a position such that you are considering bankruptcy, then it is very important that you consider all of your options very carefully. Making the wrong decision can make a bad situation even worse. To help you out, here are some things that you should consider before making a commitment. Could you pay back your debts eventually? The best option for debt relief will almost always be a repayment plan over several years.
27 August 2015
When you're having a hard time financially, it can affect every area of your life. You may be thinking about filing for bankruptcy, but before you do that, it's important to take the following actions to see if there are other options for you. Negotiate with Those You Owe You might be avoiding calls from your creditors, so it may surprise you to learn that talking to them might help you in the long run.
29 June 2015
If you are interested in applying for Social Security benefits, you may be confused about the differences between SSDI and SSI, or Social Security Disability Insurance and Supplemental Security Insurance. Both of these government-run programs assist people who are disabled to receive payments. These two programs do share some similarities, such as being administered by the Social Security Administration (SSA) and having the same requirements for the determination of a medical disability.
24 June 2015
If you're currently making regular payments to a trustee in conjunction with a Chapter 13 bankruptcy, you may be looking forward to the projected end date of your Chapter 13 plan. However, if you're instead looking to convert this plan to a Chapter 7 discharge and begin rebuilding your credit more quickly, a recent decision by the U.S. Supreme Court may affect what happens to your case -- and this decision could even mean some extra money in your pocket.
29 May 2015
If you are getting ready to file for bankruptcy, it may be very confusing deciding which method you should use. While each method has their own benefits, here are two reasons you may consider filing under chapter 7 bankruptcy instead of chapter 13. You Will Have A Financial Fresh Start The main appeal of chapter 7 is how it lets you start over by eliminating many of your major debts. This includes a car payment, mortgage, credit card bills, hospital bills, and even payday advances.
25 February 2015
If you are considering filing for bankruptcy, you already know that it's one of the most difficult decisions you'll ever have to make. But, bankruptcy gives individuals with financial issues an opportunity to start fresh, and it may be a last resort for some. There are two different types of bankruptcies that individuals can file, Chapter 7 and Chapter 13. This article will give you an overview on Chapter 7 bankruptcy, and why it may benefit you and your personal situation.
25 February 2015
Are you currently buried under a mountain of debt that seem impossible to crawl out from under? If so, filing for bankruptcy may allow you to finally break free of this debt and begin enjoying the financial fresh start that you so desperately need and deserve. However, before you are able to enjoy the benefits that come along with filing for bankruptcy, you will first need to determine which type of bankruptcy petition is best suited to your particular needs.
24 February 2015
In 2014, about 40,000 Americans had student loan debts. Combined, these debts exceed $1 trillion! If you are facing hard financial times and hope that filing for bankruptcy will make your student loans magically disappear, think again. Here is what you need to know about bankruptcy options and how filing affects your student loans. Understanding the Types of Bankruptcies If you choose to file for bankruptcy, you have four options.
22 February 2015
The threat of foreclosure is not something that you want to face on your own. Considering the variety of issues that may have led you to foreclosure, the different programs available to help you, and the complicated laws and bureaucracy involved in the entire process, make sure you're in contact with experts in these various areas so that you understand all your options: Finding Programs There are a variety of programs offered by banks and the government to help people threatened with foreclosure.
20 February 2015
Chapter 7 bankruptcy is something that you can file only if you are eligible. With chapter 7 bankruptcy, you are canceling all of your debts with the help of a bankruptcy attorney. During this process, your attorney may sell some of your property to help pay your creditors with your permission and more. Here's what you want to know about chapter 7 bankruptcy if you are thinking about filing yourself:
19 February 2015