August 27, 2010

Keep Your Secured Property With A Reaffirmation Agreement

Occasionally a client is under a misconception that a Chapter 7 bankruptcy discharge will erase all creditor interests in secured property.  In... Read More

August 25, 2010

Lien Stripping Second Mortgages

While the Bankruptcy Code does not permit a bankruptcy court to modify the terms of a home mortgage, a second mortgage that is entirely unsecured may... Read More

August 23, 2010

Your Bankruptcy Discharge

The word bankruptcy is derived from two Latin words, bancus, meaning “bench,” and ruptus, meaning “broken.”  The term... Read More

August 20, 2010

Real Housewife Facing Real Trouble In Bankruptcy Court

There is an old saying in the bankruptcy world, “Pigs get fat, hogs get slaughtered.”  It means the honest, but unfortunate... Read More

August 18, 2010

Bankruptcy Provides Immediate Relief

Individuals buried in debt need fast relief.  The required relief may vary from case to case, like relief from creditor harassment, from a... Read More

August 16, 2010

When Bankruptcy Is The Best Decision

The worst thing about filing bankruptcy is agonizing over the decision to file.  Many people worry about under-going a grueling investigation... Read More

August 13, 2010

Chapter 11 Individual Bankruptcy

When a large corporate bankruptcy hits the news chances are the company has filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection.  The title of Chapter 11... Read More

August 11, 2010

What If You Forget A Creditor?

Usually by the time a person visits a bankruptcy attorney he has been struggling with overwhelming debt for months if not years.  Often the... Read More

August 9, 2010

Don’t Be On Your Own During Bankruptcy

A person who files a bankruptcy case without an attorney is called a pro se debtor.  “Pro se” is Latin meaning “for... Read More