26 Things you should know about bankruptcy!
When is a case presumed to be an abuse of the bankruptcy system?
Some banks and credit unions are debtor-friendly. Others, not so much.
In the award winning “Bankruptcy Alphabet” series, my entry for C gives you tips for dealing with credit cards.
Oscar was right. There’s more to it than just saying the word.
Not all debts will be discharged in your bankruptcy.
Should bankruptcy attorneys offer free consultations?
Your bankruptcy filing can only be as good as the information you supply to your attorney.
Bankruptcy isn’t for everyone. Scammers need not apply.
Insolvency and bankruptcy. What’s the difference?
Despite what the official-sounding man on the phone tells you, you won’t go to jail for defaulting on a debt.
If debt collectors are hounding you, a bankruptcy attorney can probably help get them off your back.
My top 5 reasons for hiring an attorney to file your bankruptcy case.
Are they all dependents? Not necessarily.
If you’re considering bankruptcy, choosing a NACBA member to represent you is a great first step.
Judges get to give orders. Attorneys get to obey them.
When you file bankruptcy, nearly everything you own becomes property of the bankruptcy estate.
Be careful when applying for and using credit cards!
Read this post to learn about your options in bankruptcy when you have a vehicle loan.
Small claims suits can be stressful, but bankruptcy may help.
Timeshares can usually be retained in a bankruptcy. But it’s not always a good idea.
If your car is worth less than you owe, bankruptcy may be able to help.
How much is your stuff worth?
After your bankruptcy, you need to establish good spending habits.
For bankruptcy trustees, ex-spouses, ex-friends, and ex-business partners are good sources of information.
It’s your case. Be sure to take ownership of it.
Because “Strange calls” doesn’t start with a Z.