What Chapter 7 Bankruptcy Means for Those Who Declare It

What Chapter 7 Bankruptcy Means for Those Who Declare It

Chapter 7 is the most common form of personal bankruptcy filing in the U.S., and you might have heard it called “straight” or “liquidation” bankruptcy. It is a great option for Americans with more debt than they can afford to find much-needed relief. If you plan on...
Protecting Your Home From Foreclosure During Bankruptcy

Protecting Your Home From Foreclosure During Bankruptcy

Facing foreclosure on your home can be overwhelming – especially if you’re dealing with other financial woes. If you’ve fallen behind on your mortgage payments, filing bankruptcy may be one way to keep your home while managing your way through your debt....
Debunking the 4 Most Common Bankruptcy Myths

Debunking the 4 Most Common Bankruptcy Myths

Bankruptcy isn’t a ‘get out of jail free’ card, but that doesn’t mean it’s not an incredibly useful legal and financial tool. Still, there are many misconceptions surrounding bankruptcy, and these misconceptions make it even more difficult for Americans to take...
Understanding Bankruptcy Exemptions in Texas

Understanding Bankruptcy Exemptions in Texas

Finding yourself trapped under a mountain of debt can be frightening and alienating.  In the United States, debt is often wrongly associated with things like a lack of financial control, but in reality, we often find ourselves struggling because of factors outside of...