When you’re facing a large amount of debt, it can feel insurmountable. Should you file for bankruptcy? How does bankruptcy work?
Bankruptcy allows consumers a way out of debt, but it’s important to remember that there are repercussions that can ruin people’s credit as well as put consumers at risk of losing their property.
Facing bankruptcy is hard enough let alone knowing what to do and how to file for bankruptcy. You’ll want to work with a skilled bankruptcy attorney but how do you know how to choose the right attorney for your case?
In this day and age, almost every person you know or meet has dealt, or is dealing, with “debt.” Getting out of debt can be difficult.
A general rule for bankruptcy is that debt for “domestic support obligations” is not dischargeable. Read on to learn the difference between dischargeable and non-dischargeable debt and what you can do if you are struggling with debt that is non-dischargeable, such as domestic support obligations.
LuLaRoe Leads to Bankruptcy From January 2016 to October 24 bankruptcies have been filed under the name of " Lularoe, or “LuLa Roe.
As we enter the end of the year, filled with celebrations and gift giving, it’s important to remember that it’s the season of joy, not the season of debt!
Toymaker Hasbro, Inc. is nervous regarding holiday sales following Toys’R’Us’ bankruptcy. The company is forecasting that the major retailer’s bankruptcy will weaken holiday sales.
Will Smith. Oprah Winfrey. Larry King. Cyndi Lauper. What do these celebrities have in common? They’ve all been bankrupt at one point.
For most people, having access to a car means having access to transportation to and from work. The loss of that car during bankruptcy could very well mean you won’t be able to get to work.