If you went through a divorce fifteen years ago, chances are you didn’t have to worry about dividing your digital assets. However, for those experiencing divorce in today’s world, it is a much different situation, one that requires finesse and skill. Now more than ever, professional family law or divorce attorneys are necessary when facing divorce.
What money management strategies can you put in place to ensure that you stay on the road to financial health?
While much is written about keeping your car or home during bankruptcy, less discussion surrounds unsecured debt. This article discusses how this type of debt is handled in the two most common types of bankruptcy for individuals - Chapter 7 and Chapter 11.
It's not uncommon to financially tighten your belt from time to time, but at some point, financial challenges cross a line and go from simply frustrating to seemingly impossible. Once financial difficulties become overwhelming, bankruptcy may be an option. How do you know when you’ve reached that point? Here are 6 indicators that it may be time to call a bankruptcy attorney.
A new law that will go into effect in 2022 will help Florida residents to better deal with surprise medical bills and steer clear of financial pitfalls.
When people find themselves in financial distress, they often wonder how their problems affect their credit score. Although everyone understands that their credit report is essential to how they live their lives, there are a lot of misconceptions around how it all works. Today, we will look at what a credit report is, how it is adversely affected, and how you can work to repair your situation.
Filing bankruptcy can stop the financial bleeding and give you a turning point to begin rebuilding your credit again.
If your student loan payments cannot be maintained, deferred or forgiven, bankruptcy may be an option. Here are the details you need to know.
When faced with unemployment, many wonder what bankruptcy options they may have to protect themselves financially.
Parents dedicated to providing a stable environment for their children but have decided to divorce should consider pragmatic co-parenting as an emotional and financial solution.