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Bankruptcy

Client wanting to know how often they can file bankruptcy

How Often Can You File Bankruptcy?

By Max Fay | November 23, 2020

The COVID-19 pandemic has drained millions of bank accounts and destroyed thousands of businesses. But it’s expected to be good for one business: bankruptcy. When stimulus payments and forbearance measures…

Bankruptcy Help Form

By Devin Joy | October 28, 2020

Understand Your Bankruptcy Options Have 10 minutes? Get your bankruptcy questions answered here. Empathy We listen to what’s going on in your life. We learn about your life goals and…

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Court Ruling Favors Student Loan Bankruptcy Discharge

By Bill Fay | October 2, 2020

There hasn’t been much good economic news in 2020, but if you’re buried in student loans, there was an astoundingly positive development recently. Thanks to a recent court ruling, you…

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COVID-19 Bankruptcies

By Bill Fay | July 16, 2020

The storm is coming. American consumers will be filing personal bankruptcies in record numbers by the end of 2020. That is the projection from bankruptcy attorneys, bankers and other experts…

Bankruptcy form for someone with medical debt

Medical Bankruptcy: What You Need to Know

By Max Fay | July 10, 2020

Medical treatment gets people well. Medical bills make a lot of people sick. Healthcare costs in the U.S. are skyrocketing toward $4 trillion a year. Paying them is so difficult…

Closed sign on small business that declared bankruptcy

Small Business Bankruptcy

By Max Fay | May 18, 2020

While much of the way forward remains murky, this much is certain: Small businesses will be among the casualties of the 2020 coronavirus pandemic. Despite Washington spreading hundreds of billions…

Law books on the types of bankruptcies

Types of Bankruptcies

By Max Fay | May 5, 2020

Deciding to declare bankruptcy may be the most important choice of your financial life. But it’s only the first choice. Picking the chapter of bankruptcy that best suits your situation…

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Debt Settlement vs. Bankruptcy

By Max Fay | December 30, 2019

When you’ve reached the end of your rope, goes the maxim, tie a knot and hang on. Good advice if you have rope left. If not, and if what little…

How to Decide Between Credit Counseling and Bankruptcy

By Max Fay | November 5, 2019

Medical emergencies, job losses and even divorces can turn a solid financial base into mush, forcing you to make gut-wrenching decisions that come with lasting consequences. Get to know your…

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Pre-Bankruptcy Credit Counseling

By Bill Fay | October 10, 2019

Even if you weren’t a fan of the hit TV comedy “The Office,” you may sympathize with its main character, office manager Michael Scott, whose financial difficulties and general cluelessness…