Helping You Get Peace Of Mind And Start Fresh Is Our Priority

Month: April 2018

Do You Know Bankruptcy Facts From Fiction?

Has your financial situation gone through ups and downs during the last 5 or 10 years? Any number of unforeseen circumstances can rock your financial boat, especially an unexpected decrease in income (or loss of employment altogether) as well as a sudden medical urgency or other family crises. If you experience several financial upheavals, you may find your finances so…

read more

Rebuilding Your Credit After Bankruptcy Isn’t Impossible

Once your bankruptcy is approved, you can immediately start working to improve your credit. Some options you may wish to consider when attempting to rebuild credit are to apply for a secured loan or a secured credit card. Secured loans are most often offered at smaller banks or credit unions. The way they work is that you deposit a set…

read more

If Creditors Take Action Against You, Bankruptcy Could Help

You have reached a point in your life where you realize that your financial troubles can no longer be ignored. For a time, you may have convinced yourself that your situation did not pose a considerable issue or that you could get a handle on your affairs when you reached a point you designated in your mind. However, that point…

read more

Why Avoid Paying Your Mortgage With Credit Cards?

When you face financial hardship, it is easy to turn to credit cards for quick relief. In some cases, this is a reasonable choice, or the least-bad choice available in the moment, There is no reason to beat yourself up for making the best choice you can in a given difficult situation. However, many people fall into the trap of…

read more

Chapter 7 And Homeowner Equity

Homeowners considering a Chapter 7 bankruptcy probably have understandable concerns about whether or not they can keep their home through to the side of the procedure. In many cases, homeowners do not need to forfeit their homes in order to create a fresh financial start, but it is never wise to assume this is the case. If you hope to…

read more

Yes, You Can Rebuild Your Credit Score

Whether your debt is still a constant struggle or you are already in the process of bankruptcy, you may have concerns that your credit score will never rise to useful levels, or may take a punishingly long time to do so. The good news is that your credit score can and will go up, if you consistently make certain financial…

read more