1. Buying a Home After Bankruptcy

    Buying a home is an important rite of passage for many, recently declaring bankruptcy does not automatically disqualify an individual from this opportunity. Chapter 7 and Chapter 13 are the most common types of bankruptcy filed. Both leave the debtor with the possibility of obtaining a mortgage afte…Read More

  2. Foreclosure VS Bankruptcy

    High student loans, housing costs, and medical expenses leave many struggling financially. Luckily, there are a number of options to choose from if you find yourself in this situation. Bankruptcy and foreclosure are two of the most common options. Both are fact specific, paperwork intensive, and var…Read More

  3. Chapter 13 Bankruptcy: Dismissal VS Discharge

    Bankruptcy is a complicated and difficult decision to make. Once the decision to file for bankruptcy has been made there are a number of other choices that must also be made. What type of bankruptcy will you file for? Chapter 7 and Chapter 13 are the most popular. If Chapter 7, are you prepared to l…Read More