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is bankruptcy the right move for you?

Are you in financial trouble? Do you know what your options are for getting yourself out of that financial trouble? Unfortunately, it doesn't take a whole lot to mess up the financial stability in a household, but it can take a lot of work and decision making to resolve it. Have you considered filing for bankruptcy? This was one step that I never imagined I would have to take, but have recently had to go through the process due to an illness that prevented me from working for several months. If you are considering bankruptcy, take a moment and visit my website, where you will find a plethora of information that can help you.


4 Times When A Widow Or Widower May Need To Declare Bankruptcy

The loss of a spouse is a heart-wrenching time. Unfortunately for some widows and widowers, financial challenges must be dealt with even as they grieve.  Could your financial recovery from the loss of your spouse include bankruptcy? The answer may be yes. If you find yourself in these situations, you may benefit greatly from declaring personal bankruptcy even though it's difficult.  Your Name Is on a Debt The good news for surviving spouses is that you're not generally obligated to pay your partner's individual debts just because you were married. Read More 

Which Lawsuits Will Bankruptcy Stop?

Bankruptcy protection is an important safety net for all Americans. And one of its less-understood— but vital — features is the automatic stay. If you are facing a lawsuit at the same time you begin the bankruptcy process, will this stay protect you against that lawsuit? Here's what you need to know. What Lawsuits Does the Stay Affect? The automatic, temporary stay comes with all chapters of bankruptcy and generally stops further collections efforts. Read More