If we see a return of the pandemic, it is highly likely that thousands of homeowners will lose their homes in the wake of the second wave. Rather than giving up or doing nothing, now is the time for you to take action!
If your home is about to end up in a sheriff sale, you still have time to take action!
While bankruptcy tends to be a consumer’s last thought as an answer to their debt problems, some studies are now showing that debt relief programs may actually be the saving grace of our nation’s economy.
What are your financial options and will creditors take your stimulus check? Find out answers to these questions and more in this conversation with attorney Brad Sadek.
Many of the nation’s most in-need families are likely to be in for a sad surprise when they realize that their check is far less than they had expected.
Have any questions about your stimulus, creditors, or your financial options in these uncertain times? Watch (or read) the following conversation with attorney Brad Sadek as he answers all of the above.
COVID-19 is an unprecedented situation and the resulting financial uncertainty is a stressful and troubling position to be in. Thankfully, there are many bankruptcy options available for those that are struggling.
Some of the most famous and well-known actors, business people and socialites have filed for bankruptcy.
Filing for bankruptcy may seem intimidating, but Chapter 13 and Chapter 7 can help you and your future. These provide the opportunity to reset your financial status and even gain back repossessed items.
1. Do Not Incur Post Bankruptcy Unsecured Debt Whether you have filed for a Chapter 7 Discharge or a Chapter 13 Reorganization of debt, potential lenders will most likely send offers for new credit. Potential lenders target Petitioners post bankruptcy because their finances are under control. The offers of credit are usually in the form […]