When it comes time to file for bankruptcy, you have a pretty big choice to make. Should you file for Chapter 13 or Chapter 7? The answer will normally come down to which one you can qualify for but there are pro’s and con’s to each. About Chapter 7 Bankruptcy in Georgia…Read More.
When it comes time to file for bankruptcy, the most important questions people ask are often job related. It stands to reason, if you have been through or you are about to go through a bankruptcy then you will be pretty focused on your income. The three most common job related bankruptcy…Read More.
Bankruptcy is not something you probably want to think about at any time of year but around the holidays is the worst. There is already so much going on at Christmas time that most people don’t want to get into a complex legal procedure as well. So, it should come as no…Read More.
When going into a bankruptcy there are two questions that almost everyone asks. Can I keep my house and can I keep my car? Losing your car is not trivial thing. You may need it for work, child care, medical issues or a myriad of other important reasons. The good news is…Read More.
Firstly, you should know that a bankruptcy is not something to be taken on alone. You need an experienced bankruptcy attorney in your corner to watch out for your interests and help with any problems that may crop up along the way. So, if you have any specific bankruptcy questions, we encourage…Read More.
Do you live in a Non Judicial Foreclosure state? If you’re in Georgia the answer is yes! In a normal foreclosure, the bank sells off a property to satisfy the balance of a loan. They are very straightforward and hard to stop. Since you live in Georgia, a third party sells the…Read More.
Chapter 7 is one of the most common forms of bankruptcy because it discharges consumer debts, which is what most people are interested in. Consumer debts would include things like: Credit Cards Car Loans Personal Loans Installment Loans When consumer debt is discharged through bankruptcy, any responsibility you had to repay those…Read More.
The Huffington Post covered a story recently detailing the hardships of Nichole Bethel, a registered nurse in Ohio. In the article Nichole speaks about living paycheck to paycheck while trying to support her and her 11 year old daughter all while paying off student loans and trying to keep up with the…Read More.
Foreclosure rates in Georgia are high, and many families still worry about losing their homes. Monthly foreclosure sales are held on the first Tuesday of each month in Georgia to get rid of foreclosed homes, but you don’t have to let yours become one of them. A bankruptcy can help you stop…Read More.
The media is bringing to light a harsh truth when it comes to creditors, are they filing lawsuits against you…without your knowing about it? The Huffington Post released this article earlier this month detailing a series of reports showing that there are in fact creditors that are filing law suits, and winning,…Read More.