Student loans are difficult to discharge in bankruptcy, but relief may be possible to borrowers who can prove that repayment would cause them undue hardship.
How bankruptcy can make a real difference in the lives of individuals, and let them get back on their feet after a financial setback.
Tips for handling the first meeting with the prospective bankruptcy client.
When one has filed for bankruptcy, it is required that their assets are sold off and the proceeds used to pay creditors.
When a debtor declares bankruptcy you must stop all collection activity, but is the debtor being honest with you? How to verify that a bankruptcy case is actually filed and pending.
Simple steps you can take you restore your credit following a bankruptcy.
Examining the impact of the Bankruptcy Abuse Prevention and Consumer Protection Act on creditors.
How does a Chapter 7 bankruptcy work, who qualifies to file a Chapter 7 bankruptcy case, and what relief can you get from your debts and creditors by seeking a Chapter 7 discharge.
How Chapter 13 bankruptcy and repayment plans work, and how to determine if a Chapter 13 bankruptcy is the right choice for you.
Detailing the resolution of preference claims in bankruptcy.
Should you file for bankruptcy or should consider other options.
When is it appropriate to file bankruptcy, who qualifies for bankruptcy, and what alternatives available to people who are considering bankruptcy.
What is bankruptcy, what are the most common forms of bankruptcy proceeding, and what happens to a person after they file for bankruptcy protection.