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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

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 Documents Do You Need To File Bankruptcy?

A number of concerns about bankruptcy are around a fear of the time commitment needed to file for bankruptcy. People are expecting piles of paperwork and tons of meetings, but this is simply not the case for a number of reasons. Your credit background can get very complicated with garnishments, levies, judgments, late notices, multiple 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

Home Equity on the Rise in Orange County and Inland Empire! What does it mean for you?

It is great to see the real estate values of Orange County rise up 20 to 30% in the past year for our homeowners. Although this is great news, some homeowners will not be able to access the equity in their homes due to credit or debt issues. So, as your home value increases, you Continue Reading

Do You Need To Wait Until The End of the Bankruptcy Process To Discharge Debt?

We get many calls and questions around how long the bankruptcy process takes to be over and discharge debt. It is actually not necessary for you to wait all the way until the discharge of your debt at the end of the bankruptcy process in order to relieve you from your collections and debt issues. Continue Reading

Pay-day Loans Can Be Eligible for Discharge in a Chapter 7 Bankruptcy

This is a quick reminder that most payday loans or cash advance loans can be discharged in Chapter 7 bankruptcy if they are not secured by an asset and if you qualify for Chapter 7 bankruptcy. Many pay-day loans have been considered as predatory lending due to the interest rates that pay-day loan companies charge. Continue Reading

Can You File Bankruptcy Without an Attorney?

If you are short on funds and cannot afford a law office to help you due to high prices, you may be able to file on your own in a bankruptcy. How do you know when you can file on your own and when you need a law office and bankruptcy attorney to help you? Continue Reading

Will Bankruptcy Discharge Your Mortgage?

Clients call in about many different types of debt, but one type of debt that is usually the most important to our clients is their mortgage debt. Mortgage debt is usually the largest debt amount for most home owners. Filing for bankruptcy does not always mean that you will lose your home and wipe out Continue Reading