When someone goes a long period of time without a job, bankruptcy can be the inevitable result. For most people, it’s hard to stay current
Posts in Month: March 2020
LegalI Was Hit by a Tractor Trailer Because It Could Not Stop in Time. Can I Sue the Trucking Company or the Driver?
Because of their massive size and weight, as well as the speeds at which they travel, tractor trailers or semi-trucks are difficult to bring to
For most people filing for a Chapter 7 bankruptcy, one of their biggest worries is their vehicle. If a person loses a vehicle in a bankruptcy,
Debt resolution is settling a debt with a creditor for less than is owed on the debt. Bankruptcy means filing papers in court stating that
Many people who are considering filing for bankruptcy are unsure which type to file, especially if they do not have a bankruptcy attorney to assist
I Am a Small Business Owner and Am Having Trouble Staying Afloat. Should I File a Chapter 11 or Chapter 13?
I am a small business owner and am having trouble staying afloat. Should I file a Chapter 11 | Chapter 13? I’m sorry to hear
If you file for bankruptcy, you will not immediately qualify for a mortgage afterwards. Bankruptcy will not necessarily hurt your credit score. However, it’s likely you will need
There are situations where a person may have a mountain of consumer debts, such as credit card bills, car loans, and medical debt, but could
Rear-end collisions happen every day in the U.S. But when a motorcycle is involved, the chances of injury are much greater. A rear-end motorcycle accident can