October 29, 2010

Bankruptcy Versus Bad Debt Judgments

Bankruptcy attorneys know that owing a debt that you cannot repay causes the debtor many headaches.  First, there are the collection calls and... Read More

October 27, 2010

More Elder Americans Are Filing Bankruptcy

A recent study by the University of Michigan School of Law has found that an increasing number of people over the age of 65 are filing for bankruptcy... Read More

October 25, 2010

Abusive Collection Agency Settles Lawsuit for $1.75 Million

In the wake of the “robo-notary” scandal that has prompted federal investigations into the foreclosure processes of several large banks,... Read More

October 22, 2010

Surrendering Property During Chapter 7 Bankruptcy

The federal Bankruptcy Code provides many options for an individual to reorganize his finances.  In some cases, a Chapter 7 debtor may decide... Read More

October 20, 2010

Tithing During Bankruptcy

For many tithing is much more than simply a donation to a church, synagogue or mosque.  When a person files bankruptcy, the issue is whether... Read More

October 18, 2010

Know Who You Owe

Bankruptcy attorneys see people from all cross-sections of our population.  Most people have a good understanding of their financial obligations... Read More

October 15, 2010

“Foreclosure-Gate” Causing Chaos In The Mortgage Industry

Recently allegations have been made against several prominent mortgage lenders claiming the use of flawed and in some cases fraudulent documents... Read More

October 13, 2010

Bank Overdrafts Can Make Financial Trouble Worse

Every day is a new opportunity to make good financial decisions.  If your income has been significantly reduced, one decision that may help is... Read More

October 11, 2010

Four Bankruptcy Chapters For Individuals

The Bankruptcy Code authorizes six different types of bankruptcies, but only four can be used by individuals.  Each type of individual... Read More