Bankruptcy Law Blog
Is creating an estate plan really that necessary?
Estate planning is an important step to take to ensure that your health care and final property wishes are met. Creating an estate plan in California is also helpful for making sure that surviving family members receive the provisions they [...]
Bankruptcy liquidation does not mean you are left with nothing
Before taking any sort of legal action, it is good to question how taking such a step will truly affect you in the long run. For instance, if you are facing serious economic difficulties - whether you reside in California [...]
Give Your Parents Their Voice For Healthcare Wishes
It’s the last thing you want to talk about. No one looks forward to the conversation with their parents about incapacity and health care. It is an emotional and stressful topic. Unfortunately if you do not address it the end [...]
Do I really need a revocable trust?
Only rich people need revocable trusts, right? Wrong. Anyone with property that they want to pass on to the next generation could benefit from this type of trust. In order to make an informed decision, you need to understand what [...]
Can You Afford NOT To Have An Attorney In A Bankruptcy?
Why would you spend money on an attorney when you struggle to pay your debts already? It seems like taking a step backwards, but it helps ensure you receive a discharge at the end of the bankruptcy. The process entails [...]
Is Debt Threatening The Success Of Your Business?
Owning and operating a business is difficult, and, sometimes, it costs a great deal of money simply to maintain operations, purchase inventory and pay employees. If you find that you have accumulated a great deal of debt that is now [...]