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How to Stop A Wage Garnishment

As the economy continues to rebound, there are many positive changes in the economic environment. More jobs means more income for those who have had a hard time finding employment through the recession. More income is usually a very positive change in your life unless your creditors intercept your earnings through a wage garnishment. While Continue Reading

2012 Federal and State Income Tax and Bankruptcy

Each year during tax season, potential clients are always curious to know about federal and state income tax filings and how they will relate to a bankruptcy. Some may find it difficult to manage income tax and other personal financial matters such as bankruptcy all at the same time, but with the assistance of our Continue Reading

Four More Years of Economic Recovery

Congratulations to President Barack Obama. Our next 4 years with him will continue into our economic recovery from the great recession. Bankruptcy Law Professionals will also continue to help our local community of Southern California to recover from debt issues. Unsecured debt from credit cards were used through this recession to keep our households and Continue Reading

When Can You File Bankruptcy Again After You Have Filed in the Past?

Bankruptcy has a fixed schedule of events after your bankruptcy has been filed and discharged in the past. Many who have a bankruptcy filing in their past may be looking to file bankruptcy again after this historic recession we are continuing to recover from. There was a large number of filings in 2005 when the Continue Reading

How to Avoid Over-Paying For a Riverside Bankruptcy Attorney

You have many choices in the Riverside County area to choose a bankruptcy attorney to work with. Bankruptcy Law Professionals will always encourage our clients to take the time to choose the Riverside bankruptcy attorney that best suits your needs. As we mention in our advertising, price is important, but make sure you are using Continue Reading

You Just Got a New Job… Can You Still Qualify for Bankruptcy?

With economic recovery under way, many people are securing new jobs and better income. If you have a new job and have improved your income, does it mean that you no longer qualify for bankruptcy? There is a good chance you still qualify for bankruptcy. There are many ways to qualify for bankruptcy. The most Continue Reading

Bankruptcy Without an Attorney

Filing a bankruptcy without an attorney or attorney representation (also known as “Pro Se” or “in Pro Per”) is not advisable, but if you have already filed your bankruptcy on your own and still need help to complete the filing to get it to discharge, you scan still hire Bankruptcy Law Professionals to help you Continue Reading

Medical Debt and Bankruptcy

Many members of our community in Southern California are looking to bankruptcy to relieve financial problems with medical bills. If you have ever had a medical emergency without proper medical insurance, you know that medical costs are very expensive. Many people who are getting by on unemployment or low wages in the wake of the Continue Reading