If you are in a difficult financial situation and are wondering if bankruptcy is right for you, it helps to understand the process.
If you are recently unemployed and need a financial solution, the team at the law offices of Richard V. Ellis can help you to assess your situation and explain your bankruptcy options.
A loss of income can cause problems quickly, causing single parents to have to use credit cards or deplete their savings to pay daily expenses.
If you owe student loans and are overwhelmed with the prospect of repaying such a large amount of money, we’ve got a few tips to help you pay those loans off more quickly than you expected.
With the April 15th deadline now fading in the distance, many Floridians are anxiously awaiting the arrival of their tax refund. Unfortunately, it is not only the taxpayers awaiting those checks - nefarious scammers of all kinds are dreaming up ways to get their hands on your hard-earned money.
Since tax season just ended and people should be receiving their refunds, we decided to address one of the most popular questions asked around this time each year. “If I am eligible for a tax refund, but I filed for bankruptcy, can I keep the refund when it arrives?
Those considering a bankruptcy filing often wonder whether they should stop paying their bills or other expenses in preparation for the process.
One of the biggest challenges people face when considering bankruptcy is feeling alone. It can be easy to feel stigmatized or embarrassed, and you may think that people will believe you to be irresponsible. But bankruptcy statistics reveal a much different reality.
You’ve undoubtedly heard of bankruptcy, and you may have wondered if it could be a solution for your current financial woes. But if you are like many consumers, you don’t have any actual first-hand knowledge about the bankruptcy process. Here are the most common bankruptcy FAQs to help you understand bankruptcy and decide if it is the right course of action for you.
If you’re struggling to make your car payments, it is best to contact your lender as soon as possible. Bankruptcy may be an effective way to save your vehicle and get back on track to financial stability.