3 Tips For Dealing With Wage Garnishment

Have you been ordered by the court to have your wages garnished and now you are not quite sure what to do about it? You'll definitely want to know the following tips to help deal with part of your wages being taken out of your paycheck before you receive it.  Know Your Rights The first thing that you want to do is understand your rights when it comes to wage garnishment. Read More 

Can You Protect Your Inheritance During Bankruptcy?

Filing for bankruptcy is never an easy thing. But it's more challenging when you have assets to protect. And while many people may think that having assets should mean that bankruptcy isn't necessary, it may be even more important if you want to keep them.  An inheritance is one of these unusual and complex assets. How will it affect your bankruptcy? And how can you approach bankruptcy so as to protect your inheritance? Read More 

3 Things Small Business Owners Should Know About Bankruptcy

Competition for consumer dollars is fierce in today's market. Small business owners typically don't have a budget that is as large as a national chain store's. This can make it difficult to become successful in some niches. Bankruptcy is an option for small business owners looking to get their businesses out of debt. Learn more about the bankruptcy process so that you can more effectively determine when bankruptcy would be a viable option for your small business. Read More 

The Effects Of Your Income When Filing For Bankruptcy

Did you know that your income plays a role in your ability to file for Chapter 7 bankruptcy? Your income is one of several factors that attorneys analyze before offering advice and suggestions about filing. If you want to use the right branch and get the most out of your bankruptcy case, you might want to learn more about the effects of your income on bankruptcy before meeting with an attorney. Read More 

Have Secured Loans? Your 4 Options During Chapter 7 Bankruptcy

For most debtors considering Chapter 7 bankruptcy, a decision must be made about what to do with assets that are attached to a loan.Secured loans — those with collateral property that the lender can take if payments aren't made — can be handled in one of four main ways during liquidation bankruptcy.Here's what you need to know about these four. 1. Reaffirmation The most common way to keep your car or real estate after bankruptcy is to reaffirm the loan. Read More