The eviction moratorium is over. What now?

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Landlords and debtors are ready to start collecting missed payments. If you are behind on rent or mortgage payments, now is not the time to give up. Our bankruptcy lawyers can help stop your foreclosure through a variety of debt relief strategies.

Will a second COVID-19 stimulus check affect a bankruptcy case?

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For many individuals, filing for bankruptcy has been the only hope they have for regaining their financial footing and keeping their homes. For those who have filed or are going to fill for bankruptcy, questions about the way that COVID-19 stimulus checks may affect the process weigh heavily on their minds.

5 Post Bankruptcy Tips to Remain Debt Free

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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 […]

How Judgement Collection Can Be Halted Through Bankruptcy

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We live in difficult economic times.  It is often beyond one’s control if he or she loses a source of income, or has a family financial emergency that makes it difficult or impossible to pay all the bills in a given month.   For instance, if the inability to make your required credit card payments continues, […]

Should I reaffirm my Mortgage Debt After Bankruptcy

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A reaffirmation agreement is entered between the Petitioner in Bankruptcy/borrower and a secured lender prior to a discharge in Chapter 7 Bankruptcy or Chapter 13 Bankruptcy.  A reaffirmation Agreement is signed by the Debtor and Lender and filed with the Bankruptcy Court and most importantly waives discharge of the mortgage or otherwise secured debt.  The […]