Protection of Stimulus Payments from Bankruptcy Trustee
- posted: Jan. 09, 2021
Debtors who receive the $600 stimulus payment ($1,200 for eligible married couples with an additional amount of $600 per qualifying dependent) may file bankruptcy without having to use their exemptions Read More
Will my children be responsible for my debt after death?
- posted: Jun. 21, 2020
Many parents believe that when they die their debts will pass to their children. This is usually a big concern for parents because they do not want their kids responsible Read More
What Happens to your financial accounts in Bankruptcy?
- posted: Jun. 12, 2020
What Happens to Your Financial Accounts in Bankruptcy? Depending on how you go about declaring bankruptcy, you may or may not be able to keep various assets in your bank accounts, Read More
If you’ve lost your job or struggle to pay your debt, you may need to file for bankruptcy. If that’s the case, you should ignore some common financial advice and start thinking defensively.
- posted: May 29, 2020
If there’s even a chance of bankruptcy in your future, here’s what you should do now Published: May 13, 2020 at 5:01 a.m. ET By Read More
Surge in divorces anticipated in wake of COVID-19 quarantine
- posted: May 20, 2020
- Family Law
A wave of divorce filings is expected to break across the country when COVID-19 confinement ends, according to several divorce attorneys. While access to courts is now limited, "when those restrictions Read More
My criminal background check is wrong, what can I do?
- posted: Apr. 02, 2020
In 2019, the National Consumer Law Center published a report about how errors on background checks harm employees and businesses. According to the report, Broken Records, 90% of employees and Read More