By Jeff Field | Published December 20, 2015 | | |
Unfortunately, putting together a bankruptcy plan is not always as easy as writing it down and getting a judge to approve it. In some cases, the judge has the right to reject a plan, as was highlighted in a recent U.S. Supreme Court case. In the case, the Supreme Court ruled against a Massachusetts man Read MoreRead More
If you are unable to afford your payments under a Chapter 13 bankruptcy repayment plan, you may have the ability to convert your case into Chapter 7 bankruptcy instead, unless you already received a Chapter 7 discharge at any time in the last eight years. The process of converting your case is relatively simple; however, Read MoreRead More
The answer to your question is an emphatic YES. While the prospect of losing your home can be overwhelming, competent, qualified Athens bankruptcy lawyers with experience in Georgia foreclosures can help you understand your options. The first option you have when you receive a foreclosure notice is to contact your lender directly and see what Read MoreRead More
Many people fear going into bankruptcy because they believe that they will lose everything they own and be out on the street relying on the charity of strangers. It isn’t that bad. It is important to remember that the purpose of a bankruptcy proceeding is to help you wipe the slate clean and move forward Read MoreRead More
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