Bankruptcy Law Blog
Considering The Concept Of Strategic Debt
Two diametrically opposed schools of thought exist in regards to debt. One school of thought believes that debt can be beneficial when used strategically. The other insists that debt is dangerous and should be avoided. Certainly, many other financial approaches [...]
If You Have Investment Properties, Which Chapter Should You File?
At the Law Office of Christopher P. Walker, P.C., we work with many clients in the Anaheim area who have investment properties. Investment properties can bring in a substantial amount of supplemental income, so naturally many people who are considering bankruptcy [...]
Can Businesses Sell Customer Data To Pay Off Creditors?
When businesses file for bankruptcy, they may often be compelled to sell certain assets in order to pay off existing creditors. This kind of financial reorganization can help businesses to remain competitive and it can aid others in protecting their [...]
Is Your Mortgage Causing Your Finances To Spin Out Of Control?
The respected publication TIME magazine recently published a piece profiling a couple who found themselves in a surprising amount of debt over a short period of time. According to the piece, the couple had no debt when they were first [...]
Why It’s Important Not To Believe Everything You Hear About Bankruptcy
The unfortunate reality when it comes to the law is that there are quite a few misconceptions among the public. While many of these misconceptions are relatively innocuous, there are others that can actually prove to be rather harmful. This [...]
The Evolution Of The Average American’s Debt Load
In the aftermath of the Great Recession, the average American’s debt load decreased notably over time. However, recent statistics suggest that everyday Americans have recently allowed their debt loads to climb to the highest levels recorded since the end of [...]