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Celebrities Benefit from Bankruptcy and So Can You

Celebrities Benefit from Bankruptcy and So Can You.jpgPeople often believe that if they were rich and famous, they could live a happy life free of financial worries. Unfortunately, life is rarely worry-free for anyone. In fact, just like the rest of us, some of the most rich and famous people in the world have struggled with money. This can be due to over-spending, massive debt, bad investments, bad loans, unexpected medical expenses, dwindling job opportunities, and changes to the economy.

Protecting Yourself When Your Sole Proprietorship Closes

Protecting Yourself When Your Sole Proprietorship Closes v2.jpgYour small business represents the culmination of hard work, innovation, and your hopes for a bright future. Unfortunately, taking this risk to make it on your own can come with hiccups. In fact, many small business owners find themselves struggling with debt as part of their journey toward independence and success. At Levitt & Slafkes, P.C., we celebrate sole proprietorships and take pride in helping small business owners obtain much needed debt relief.

Can I Get Rid of My Mortgage Through Bankruptcy?

Can I Get Rid of My Mortgage Through Bankruptcy_.jpgFor many overwhelmed debtors, bankruptcy offers a chance to move past certain debts, and to ensure that those creditors can no longer harass you. This applies to many types of unsecured debts, like credit card debts, medical bills, loans, and more. So when it comes to many people's most important asset-their home-it is critical to understand what bankruptcy can, and can't, do regarding mortgage debt. In other words, can you get rid of a mortgage through bankruptcy?

Creating and Implementing Your Chapter 13 Budget

Creating and Implementing Your Chapter 13 Budget v2.jpgThe decision to seek bankruptcy relief is a hard one, but one that comes from a place of necessity and strength. In pursuing bankruptcy protection, it is necessary to enter the process with open eyes and a clear understanding of what is to come. This is a particular truth when seeking Chapter 13 bankruptcy relief.

Should Senior Citizens File Bankruptcy?

Should Senior Citizens Consider Bankruptcy Relief v2.jpgAmericans are living longer than ever. Unfortunately, the costs of health care and elder care are also increasing to an unaffordable level. Even if you have spent your life making sound financial decisions and saving money, the combination of longer life and unaffordable health care can lead to insurmountable debt problems for seniors. If you find yourself or a loved one in this predicament, then you should consider bankruptcy as an option.

Moving Forward: Rebuilding Your Credit After Bankruptcy

Moving Forward Rebuilding your credit after bankruptcy v2.jpgIf you have recently obtained a discharge of your debts through bankruptcy, or the finish line to your bankruptcy proceedings is in sight, then you deserve to breathe a sigh of relief. But while you enjoy this new world where a pack of creditors can no longer harass you, it is also important to take the steps necessary to move forward with your life responsibly. After all, you now have an opportunity to rebuild your credit and work toward financial health.

Will Bankruptcy Ruin My Credit Forever? Dispelling Misconceptions About Bankruptcy

Will Bankruptcy Ruin My Credit Forever Dispelling Misconceptions About Bankruptcy.jpgWhen you find yourself in the terrible position of overwhelming debt, you may feel trapped and paralyzed. You don't have enough resources to pay off your creditors, you've maxed out your credit cards, and you've taken on terrible new loans to pay off older loans. You know you need relief, but somehow, you've been led to believe that bankruptcy is too extreme a measure to even consider.

Discharge Violations in Bankruptcy

Discharge Violations in Bankruptcy.jpgObtaining a discharge of debt from a bankruptcy court is designed to relieve the debtor of having to repay those debts. In theory, this should give some peace of mind and reassurance to a debtor that they can move forward with their lives. Unfortunately, some creditors have a hard time letting go, and end up violating the bankruptcy discharge order. If you have been granted discharge through bankruptcy proceedings, it is important to be mindful of what a discharge violation looks like and what you can do about it.

Should I Pay Off Debt With My Retirement?

Should I Pay Off Debt With My Retirement (3).jpgDebt struggles can be an incredible burden on a person's mental and emotional well being. The constant stress of a growing pile of unpaid bills, the ever-rising interest penalties, and your inability to make ends meet can result in a desire to turn off the lights and hide under your covers.

Our bankruptcy attorneys will help you escape debt and
face the future with optimism.

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