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Will Your Employer Find Out About Your Bankruptcy?
A bankruptcy is a private matter although bankruptcy court is a public arena. Your attorney will be working under a client confidentiality agreement in which the attorney and law firm is not to provide any information to unauthorized parties. Those who are employed and need to file bankruptcy may be concerned about the privacy issues Continue Reading
Bankruptcy Credit Counseling Is Not Anything to Worry About
One of the major changes that spurred a large influx of bankruptcy filings was the changes made to require each bankruptcy filer to complete credit counseling sessions with the a certified/licensed bankruptcy credit counseling organization. There are many potential filers who are very concerned about the bankruptcy credit counseling. The purpose of this article is Continue Reading
ANNOUNCEMENT: $695 Chapter 7 Bankruptcy Services
Bankruptcy Law Professionals is now offering Chapter 7 services for a $695 attorney fee. Our $695 offering for Chapter 7 services is a flat rate to complete your Chapter 7 filing with an attorney fully represented through the course of the active bankruptcy until the discharge and closure of the file. Our competitive pricing does Continue Reading
When Is It the Right Time for Debt Settlement?
Debt settlement and debt consolidation can be a good solution for the right type of situation. If you are dealing with unsecured debt with multiple creditors, you may need to hire a debt settlement company to help you negotiate your debts with your creditors. A bankruptcy can certainly wipe out debt with creditors, but if Continue Reading
What CANNOT Be Discharged in Bankruptcy?
There are debts that are not able to be discharged in Chapter 7 bankruptcy. Bankruptcy code has information that allows certain debts to be discharged and some cannot be discharged at all. It may surprise you to find out how few debts cannot be discharged in a bankruptcy. Surprisingly, some of the hottest topics in Continue Reading
Can You Short Sale Your Property If You File Bankruptcy?
A short sale is a real estate negotiation between the home owner and the mortgage bank. Your real estate agent should be one that has had some experience with short sale negotiation with a mortgage bank. With the proper guidance from a short sale specialist real estate agent, you may be able to sell a Continue Reading
What Happens to Your Loan Mod Application If a Bank Sells Your Mortgage?
A mortgage company which is the owner of your loan can sell your loan to another bank that could have a completely different mortgage service managing the loan. If you happen to have a loan modification in process while the bank has transferred ownership of your loan, you may need to start the application all Continue Reading
Bankruptcy Can Eliminate Consumer Debt
Are you a victim of our consumerist society? Did all of the seasonal sales and holiday vacations get your finances in a bind that you were not expecting? Did the credit card special offers pile up into a large sum of debt with minimum payments you cannot afford? These are all common scenarios in building Continue Reading
Privacy: Bankruptcy Is A Personal Affair
Does Privacy Exist for Bankruptcy Filers? For those who are considering bankruptcy as an option, a major factor has always been your privacy while filing. The thought of a bankruptcy being “public information” makes the process seem like it would allow the public to see that you have filed for bankruptcy. What needs to be Continue Reading
Why You Should Not Choose a Bankruptcy Attorney by Lowest Price
We know your financial situation is difficult if you are looking for a bankruptcy attorney, but how much you pay a bankruptcy attorney should not be where you cut corners. You should not look for the cheapest bankruptcy attorney as the sole criteria for choosing an attorney to use in a bankruptcy. If the lowest Continue Reading