Currently, student loan debt cannot be discharged in bankruptcy, but a recent move by the Department of Education might indicate that it would be interested in changing current standards.
Firearm manufacturer, Remington Outdoor Company, has announced it will file for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection. The company has plans to stay in business during the restructuring process.
While there are actually no restrictions when it comes to how many bankruptcy cases you are able to file if your debts have been discharged in bankruptcy, you will need to wait a certain amount of time before you are able to discharge debts again.
As 2017 came to a close, the number of companies at potential risk of defaulting on their debts or seeking bankruptcy court protection continued to grow.
When you’re facing a large amount of debt, it can feel insurmountable. Should you file for bankruptcy? How does bankruptcy work?
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.