July 29, 2011

Why Should I Hire a Bankruptcy Attorney?

 Years ago, few attorneys specialized in any particular area of the law. These "general practitioners" handled criminal cases, family... Read More

July 27, 2011

Your Personal “Debt Ceiling”

On July 25, President Obama addressed the country asking the American public to encourage their Congressmen to raise our nation’s debt ceiling.... Read More

July 24, 2011

Picking and Choosing Debts to Discharge

When you file bankruptcy you are required to honestly disclose all personal financial information to the best of your ability. That means listing all... Read More

July 22, 2011

When Can I Stop Paying Credit Cards?

Many clients ask, "When can I stop paying on my credit cards?" The answer seems obvious: immediately. If you are filing bankruptcy and... Read More

July 20, 2011

Bankruptcy Can Provide Leverage to Underwater Homeowner

The Washington Post recently reported that the Obama administration is not planning another large federally funded program to relieving the troubled... Read More

July 18, 2011

Can Bankruptcy Discharge Student Loans?

Discharging student loans through the federal bankruptcy court is extremely difficulty. Since 1978 Congress has increased restrictions on bankruptcy... Read More

July 15, 2011

After-Filing Debt

 Your bankruptcy filing contains financial information that is accurate as of the day your bankruptcy is filed. This information paints a... Read More

July 13, 2011

Different Types of Individual Bankruptcy Cases

The federal Bankruptcy Code is codified in Title 11 of the United States Code. The Bankruptcy Code contains nine chapters, six of which provide rules... Read More

July 11, 2011

How Bankruptcy Can Stop A Tax Garnishment

The Internal Revenue Service has enormous power to garnish a tax debtor's wages. The IRS does not require a court order to garnish assets or wages,... Read More