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  • Filing For Bankruptcy – Proper Planning and Preparation Prevents Poor Performance

    Monday, June 6, 2016

    Filing for bankruptcy is surprisingly easy – when you file with an attorney that is. Filing on your own is a nightmare wrapped in a headache smothered in an aneurism. There’s so much law to learn, so many mistakes to make, and so much money and assets to lose.... Read more >
  • Motorcycle Mayhem – The Bankruptcy They Didn’t See Coming Part 2

    Wednesday, May 11, 2016

    In Part 1 we saw how a husband and wife were injured in a motorcycle accident. Now we will see how they recovered, and how bankruptcy helped them move on from the accident financially. The wife was airlifted to a nearby trauma center. She spent about a week in... Read more >
  • Motorcycle Mayhem – The Bankruptcy They Didn’t See Coming Part 1

    Wednesday, May 4, 2016

    It was a beautiful spring morning. The road trip our clients had been anticipating was finally here. After some morning chow at a nearby breakfast place, they came home and suited up. Leather gloves, leather padded jackets, tough jeans and riding boots made up their attire, along with the... Read more >
  • American Idol Production Company Files for Chapter 11 Bankruptcy

    Thursday, April 28, 2016

    Anybody else remember Ryan Seacrest’s comedic foil from the first season? Neither do I. But apparently his name was Brian Dunkleman. (Kidding of course – we all remember him!) He’s been gone for a long time, and probably has been kicking himself ever since. How about when Ryan Seacrest... Read more >
  • Considering Bankruptcy? Some Debts Remain After Filing

    Wednesday, April 20, 2016

    Bankruptcy is a terrific tool for eliminating debt. You can get rid of all kinds of credit card debt, medical bills, old auto repossessions, personal loans, and other unsecured debt. Bankruptcy also stops creditors in their tracks. Is someone trying to repossess your car? Are creditors harassing you constantly?... Read more >
  • Just a Garden Variety Bankruptcy Part 2

    Thursday, April 7, 2016

    In part 1 we learned how this “ordinary guy” made a decent income. It was enough to afford a condo, a used car, and the expenses of everyday life. In part 2 we will see how credit cards got him into trouble, and how we were able to help.... Read more >
  • Just a Garden Variety Bankruptcy Part 1

    Friday, April 1, 2016

    If you’ve been reading about bankruptcy for a while, you’ve probably seen lots of stories about unusual circumstances that forced people into bankruptcy. You might have read about a guy who got into some kind of accident, or someone who contracted a tragic disease causing him to be unable... Read more >
  • Is iHeart Radio on the Verge of Bankruptcy?

    Wednesday, March 23, 2016

    Have you ever wanted to just listen to whatever radio station you felt like at the time? What if you could search for radio stations by genre? One minute you might want some rock, the next minute it could be sports talk. How about creating a custom radio station... Read more >
  • You Are Just Asking for Trouble if You File Bankruptcy Without an Attorney Part 2

    Tuesday, March 15, 2016

    In part 1 we learned that filing bankruptcy without an attorney is risky business. Now let’s take a look at more reasons to run out and hire an attorney ASAP. A Good Attorney’s not Free, and a Free Attorney’s not Good Still want to try it on your own?... Read more >
  • You Are Just Asking for Trouble if You File Bankruptcy Without an Attorney Part 1

    Friday, March 11, 2016

    They say a man who represents himself in court has a fool for a client. But that only applies to life-or-death situations, right? We are talking about bankruptcy, not the possibility of death row. This isn’t the O.J. Simpson trial or some episode of Law and Order. It’s just... Read more >
  • Filing for Bankruptcy? Rack Your Brain! Part 2

    Friday, March 4, 2016

    In part 1 we learned about one of our old bankruptcy clients. He didn’t put too much effort into telling us about his financial situation. We learned that if you forget to disclose income or assets, you could be in serious trouble. We left off with him right in... Read more >
  • Filing for Bankruptcy? Rack Your Brain! Part 1


    Friday, February 26, 2016

    When you file for bankruptcy, your attorney will painstakingly go through every single detail of your financial life. Make sure you feel comfortable enough with him or her that you can disclose everything. Your attorney is your advocate. He or she represents only you and your concerns. Nothing will... Read more >
  • Bankrupt 50 Cent Still Spending Money Like the Millionaire He Is

    Wednesday, February 17, 2016

    Not all that long ago everyone was blogging about rapper 50 Cent’s bankruptcy. We all used terms like “broke” and “bankrupt,” implying that he was dirt poor. But that’s fair, because you have to be completely out of money in order to file for bankruptcy, right? Not always. Bossip.com... Read more >
  • So How Much Does it Cost to File for Bankruptcy? Part 2

    Wednesday, January 20, 2016

    In Part 1, we learned about the common complaint that if you could afford the fees to file for bankruptcy, you wouldn’t need bankruptcy in the first place. We also saw how this is entirely wrong. In Part 2 we will see how there actually is some validity to... Read more >
  • So How Much Does it Cost to File for Bankruptcy? Part 1

    Sunday, January 17, 2016

    We hear this statement from clients all of the time; “If I had the money to pay for bankruptcy, I wouldn’t need to file in the first place!” Let’s see if this is actually a true statement. Considering how many people file for bankruptcy every year, they are either... Read more >