Credit reports and scores are used for the purpose of advising a lender of the risk factors in lending a person money or advancing credit. It is very important to maintain the accuracy of your credit reports. Most commonly credit reports are incorrect after a bankruptcy filing. Our office recommends that you check your reports […]Read More Credit Reports: Get Them, Monitor Them!
This is a question we often hear from potential clients who are struggling with debt and aren’t sure whether bankruptcy is right for them. While the bankruptcy code does contain some maximum limits, there is no minimum debt requirement. Whether you have enough debt to consider bankruptcy is a very personal decision, and depends upon a […]Read More How Much Debt Do you Need to Have to File Bankruptcy?
We often meet with clients who have been “off the grid” for a period of time–people who have avoided credit, banking, and even filing taxes because they ended up with overwhelming debt or bad credit at some point in their lives and allowed it to keep them in-hiding from their creditors. People in this situation […]Read More Ready to Get Back on Track? We Can Help!