Life After A Bankruptcy Discharge

If you are in bankruptcy and are going to or have received a bankruptcy discharge, you are probably wondering, what now? While bankruptcy will affect your credit, you can have a fresh start. Your Chapter 7 bankruptcy may be reported for ten years from the date of...

How to Get Help to Avoid Foreclosure

If you or someone you know may be facing foreclosure, there are various options available to assist to avoid foreclosure, one of which may be a loan modification. A loan modification is a process of negotiation with your mortgage lender to revise the terms of your...

Are There Any Alternatives to Bankruptcy?

For many clients we meet with regarding debts, one of the many questions is whether or not there are options aside from Chapter 7 or Chapter 13 bankruptcy. The good news is that yes, there are other options aside from Chapter 7 or Chapter 13 bankruptcy. At your...

IRS Debt? Read this Blog!

We’ve heard from many clients that they think that their debt to the IRS can’t be discharged in bankruptcy. Well, we are here to tell you that the IRS can be discharged, and we have helped many clients eliminate tax debt through bankruptcy. If you are...

What You Need to File for Chapter 7 Bankruptcy

Filing for bankruptcy can seem overwhelming. For most filers, the list of documents needed and the bankruptcy paperwork itself can seem daunting. With an experienced bankruptcy attorney assisting you, you can rest assured that nothing is missed and that you will have...