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Bankruptcy After a Short Sale
Mortgage and real estate debt problems continue to impact many people in the Inland Empire and Orange County areas even years after the financial crisis of 2008. Even if you have resolved your real estate issues through short sale or foreclosure, you may still have added to your outstanding credit amounts with unsecured debts like Continue Reading
Cheap Bankruptcy in Riverside, Los Angeles, or Orange County?
The Business Insider has published an article about the growing problem of the high cost of bankruptcy. You can read the article here: http://read.bi/Jt2hIL Here’s an excerpt that we would like to address: Between 200,000 and one million American consumers are estimated to be unable to afford the cost of filing for Chapter 7 bankruptcy, Continue Reading
Bankruptcy By Phone?
Is it possible to have an attorney or lawyer provide a bankruptcy service for you by phone? If you don’t have the time or the flexibility from your work or responsibilities at home, if you are incarcerated, or if you are disabled, you may not be able to go to an in-person meeting at a Continue Reading
Why Your Bank Won’t Accept HARP Loan Modification
We know you hear a lot about loan modifications and these fantastic programs that will allow you to adjust your home loan terms to make it more affordable for you. These programs are well publicized on the news and reports say that millions will qualify for the assistance. The most important problem we hear from Continue Reading
2011 Tax Filing and Bankruptcy
Don’t let the tax filing deadline discourage you from filing for bankruptcy if you have an urgent situation at hand. If you are dealing with a wage garnishment, bank account levy, or any other collection activity that is interrupting your life, the tax filing deadline should not stop you from filing for bankruptcy or finding Continue Reading
Bankruptcy and Marriage
If you are a married couple, it is not required for both people in the marriage to file a joint bankruptcy. We have helped many married clients who only had one person file for bankruptcy in the couple. It is a good idea to only file one person if the difficult debts are only in Continue Reading