Unemployment and Bankruptcy

Unemployment and Bankruptcy

Loss of income is one of the major causes of bankruptcy in America, not to mention, bankruptcies in Texas. If you become unemployed and can’t afford your current living expenses or debt obligations, bankruptcy can offer solutions to keep your property and discharge unsecured debts. Deciding which type of bankruptcy you qualify for, however, will  … Read more

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Using Chapter 13 in a Texas Business Bankruptcy

Using Chapter 13 in a Texas Business Bankruptcy

Running a successful business is difficult, and there can come a time when your sole proprietorship just isn’t realizing the money needed to pay for business operations as well as your own salary to pay for debts and expenses. If your business is not generating enough income to sustain you while you pay down debt,  … Read more

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Common Chapter 13 Bankruptcy Pro Se Mistakes

Common Chapter 13 Bankruptcy Pro Se Mistakes

Chapter 13 bankruptcy is quite the involved process, requiring not only a formidable stack of paperwork to begin the process but also a long and involved budgeting process that is meant to last for three to five years. Because of the long-term financial and personal consequences involved with bankruptcy, you should always consult a bankruptcy  … Read more

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Filing Bankruptcy while in Collections

Filing Bankruptcy while in Collections

Between the creditor calls on your cell and at work and the notices threatening legal action if you don’t pay up, Being in collections isn’t very much fun. If you are currently in collections and planning to file bankruptcy in Texas, you should take solace that bankruptcy is a very real way to obtain debt  … Read more

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