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04Apr 2018
Worried Mature Couple Checking Finances And Going Through Bills Together

  If you’re looking forward to getting some debt relief and making a fresh start financially, you may be wondering how long your bankruptcy will take. There are several factors that can add to the complexity of the bankruptcy timeline, but there also may be some steps you can take to help move the process […]

05Mar 2018
Twenty dollar bills on top of an IRS letter, representing back taxes.

The prospect of owing back taxes can be stressful, and even more so if you are filing for bankruptcy. Knowing what you will and will not be expected to pay can help you plan for what’s to come. Let’s take a look at how bankruptcy may affect your tax burden. Are you facing growing tax […]

02Feb 2018
Blue house with gray roof and white door resting on a calculator, illustrating mortgage modifications and short sales

In the often-distressed housing market, there are instances when a homeowner may have a difficult time meeting their mortgage payment obligations for a variety of reasons. If you’ve fallen behind in mortgage payments and at risk of losing your home, you do have options. Although at first glance a short sale or mortgage adjustment may […]

01Nov 2017
How long-term care can lead to bankruptcy

As the US population ages, long-term care has become a serious financial consideration for many households. In some cases, people may have underestimated just how expensive long-term care can be, leaving them unprepared as parents age and are no longer able to be in their own homes. In other cases, families believed that aging parents […]

11Sep 2017
401K and bankruptcy

When you’re working diligently to aside money for the future, the thought of losing those hard-earned funds can be frightening. To put your mind at ease, in nearly all cases, retirement and pension plan funds are protected from bankruptcy. However, there are a few exceptions. Also, if you are receiving retirement benefit payments as part […]