If you fail to plan, you plan to fail:

If you fail to plan, you plan to fail:

If you fail to plan, you plan to fail: Most bankruptcies are a result of an unforseen event such as divorce, illness or the loss of employment. The problem with that statement is that “unforeseeable” events are all but unforeseeable. Yet, most people fail to plan for...
Bankruptcy and its effect on Rental v. Home Ownership

Bankruptcy and its effect on Rental v. Home Ownership

In keeping with the American Dream, all of our clients also wonder if, after the filing of their bankruptcy petition, they too will be able to purchase a home someday.  While it is true that the filing of a bankruptcy will remain on your credit report for 7 to 10...
Life after Bankruptcy – Tips for Rebuilding Your Credit

Life after Bankruptcy – Tips for Rebuilding Your Credit

Once our clients make the decision to file for bankruptcy, we will inevitably get asked some version of the question: “When will I be able to have credit again?”  It is important to know that in most cases, your credit score will remain low or unchanged until you...
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