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Can You Rent an Apartment or House with a Bankruptcy?

How does a bankruptcy on your credit report impact your chances of renting a home? Income is the number one factor in securing a place to rent. It is just one part of your financial profile that a landlord or property manager would want to know about. A credit score and credit report is also Continue Reading

What Happens After Bankruptcy?

The most common concern when filing bankruptcy is facing the consequences of filing. Many are concerned about the credit impact in the future. A bankruptcy is recorded on your credit report and will remain on your credit report for 10 years unless you are able to manipulate the credit bureaus to remove the bankruptcy. In Continue Reading

Employment and Bankruptcy

Now that our economy is well on its way to recovery, many of those who were unemployed through the recession are now able to find employment opportunities in our areas of service in Riverside and Orange County. So, how do you deal with a bankruptcy while you are employed? Does your employer need to know? Continue Reading

Debt Limits for Chapter 7 Bankruptcy

In a Chapter 7 bankruptcy, there are no guidelines or limits to the debt amounts included in a Chapter 7 bankruptcy petition. If you are considering bankruptcy as a potential solution to your debt issues, you may at some point have asked yourself these questions: 1. Do I have enough debt for bankruptcy? 2. Do 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

What is Bankruptcy Fraud?

We’ve recently seen multiple articles focused on bankruptcy fraud. Here are a few that have received attention from the media in the past few days: Michael Mastro Bankruptcy Fraud Toni Braxton Bankruptcy Fraud So, how exactly did they break the law and how was it defined as bankruptcy fraud? When an individual files for Chapter Continue Reading

Bankruptcy and Short Sale

If you are in the process of a short sale, a bankruptcy may be the next step after your short sale to shore up all of your debt and help your credit improve. Today, a short sale seems commonplace among the Riverside and Orange County areas. Southern California has taken a significant impact from 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

Bankruptcy and Credit Card Debt

Our bankruptcy attorneys in Orange County, Riverside County and San Bernardino County have the best local experience to help you resolve your credit card debt issues. Credit card debt is sometimes referred to as unsecured debt because the debt is not attached to any particular asset that you own. It is simply a line of 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