Most of us are able to breathe a big sigh of relief following tax season. Taxes are paid, refunds are imminent (for the lucky ones), and all the paperwork is filed and finished.
Livian Hernandez, a former Major League Baseball pitcher has filed for Chapter 13 bankruptcy. The pitcher owes up to $1 million to as many as 50 creditors.
Children’s clothing retailer Gymboree Corp. is the latest brick-and-mortar store to close its doors in light of the big online shopping movement.
A man accused of being a “serial filer” recently received a year long prison sentence for filing for bankruptcy over 10 times without ever having plans of following through on his claims.
Wedding dress retailer Alfred Angelo Bridal set off a shock-waves through would-be “Bridezillas” when it made its announcement to file for Chapter 7 bankruptcy liquidation last Friday.
Los Angeles-based apparel maker True Religion has filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection. The company plans to continue operations during its restructuring.
In light of a giant recall across the world, and the fact that it’s facing billions of dollars in liabilities over its defective airbags, Japanese auto parts maker Takata has filed for bankruptcy.
Abby Lee Miller, the Pennsylvania dancer and star of Lifetime channel’s “Dance Moms,” recently received a sentence of one year and one day in federal prison after pleading guilty to charges of bankruptcy fraud last June.
A recent analysis published in Consumer Reports took a look at bankruptcy court data and the results of a questionnaire of 2,000 consumers and concluded that Obama’s Affordable Care Act may have been a huge contributing factor in a drop in personal bankruptcies as the result of medical bills.
According to a recently released report, Arizonans are dealing with a big issue: Medical-debt collection. Arizonans Struggling with Medical Debt A recently released report by the U.