In today’s economy, it’s an all-too-common occurrence. People pay for everything on their credit cards, or spend so much time ordering merchandise online that they begin to lose track of it all. Soon the collection agency starts sending letters – and you’re so lost you don’t even know where to begin.
You have been doing it for years. The hardship it took to raise her, nurture her, always being cautious, and to keep her on the straight and narrow. But somewhere along the way she went astray. You might think I am talking about your daughter, but no. I am talking about… your credit score…..gasp!
I have filed for bankruptcy and indicated my intention to surrender the property. When do I need to move out of the house? You can move out at any time. Take whatever steps you want, such as canceling the utilities, shutting off the water, etc. but do lock up the house for security. You can call or write… Read More »
It’s no secret the real estate bubble has burst. But the local Hispanic community, in particular, is feeling the impact. As home values have declined, so has work for real estate agents and brokers, loan brokers, contractors, construction workers, and those who depend on them such as insurance brokers, cleaners, maintenance workers, and others. Many of the same… Read More »
The reason you choose to enroll with a debt solutions company is to get out of debt. However, if you choose the wrong company your debt problems could get worse. Recently, some states have enacted laws to regulate debt solutions firms, while other states are in the process of enacting these kinds of laws. Here are 5 of… Read More »
Are you considering filing for consumer bankruptcy? If you do some research, you will run into one of the biggest ironies concerning personal bankruptcies today: they’re expensive. While in the past it cost just a few hundred dollars in attorney’s fees to file for bankruptcy, today it can cost $1,500 or even more.