Bankruptcy Law Blog
No Spouse, No Kids, No Estate Plan?
It seems that every time a celebrity dies without leaving a will, there is an outcry from fans and critics. Many use the event as a cautionary tale while probate for the rich and famous drags into years and descends [...]
3 Issues That Could Hold Up The Probate Process
Estates commonly go through probate after a person’s passing. Before your loved one’s death, he or she may have discussed the idea of you acting as executor of the estate. You may at first have felt honored that your family [...]
Understanding The Repayment Plan In Chapter 13 Bankruptcy
Whether you live under the threat foreclosure, a lawsuit or garnishment from a creditor, or a constant barrage of phone calls from creditors wanting their money, you know that you need to take action soon in order to get your [...]
What Do You Know About Debts And Bankruptcy Discharge?
Wanting to get back on financial track after accumulating a significant amount of debt is commendable and achievable. Of course, before you jump into any debt relief option, it would benefit you to learn how certain avenues could help you. [...]
Getting A Divorce? Don’t Forget To Update Your Estate Plan
Sometime after getting married, you and your spouse did your due diligence and went through the estate planning process. Well, years have passed since doing that, and now the two of you are going through or just finished up the [...]
You Could Still Obtain A Loan After Filing For Bankruptcy
You may wake up every day with the burden of substantial debt on your shoulders. You likely keep your mind reeling trying to think of the best ways to potentially address your outstanding balances. While paying a little here and [...]