• Thanksgiving and Bankruptcy: 6 Things to Be Thankful For

    Friday, November 20th, 2020

    Bankruptcy is a term that often has a negative connotation. Losing everything to a bankruptcy is a worst-case scenario. However, bankruptcies are actually helpful tools in the legal world. Take a look at the top 6 things to be thankful for when you declare bankruptcy with Brooklyn bankruptcy lawyers.  Relieving the Bank Account From Garnishment… Read more »

  • Will Bankruptcy Affect Any of Your Social Security Benefits?

    Friday, November 13th, 2020

    If you think you’re going to need the services of a bankruptcy attorney in Brooklyn and you receive social security benefits, you may be worried about losing that income. While that’s a common concern, it’s no reason to avoid seeking the financial relief that filing for bankruptcy can provide. This overview will help you understand… Read more »

  • Should I File Chapter 7 or Chapter 13 bankruptcy?

    Friday, October 30th, 2020

    A range of factors in your life can lead to debt that you cannot repay. If you have come to the point at which it is impossible to service your monthly bills, then you should consider declaring bankruptcy. Doing so gives you legal protection against your creditors. It can give you a fresh start in… Read more »

  • What Does Life Look Like After Bankruptcy?

    Friday, October 23rd, 2020

    After filing for bankruptcy, your bankruptcy attorney Brighton Beach will make sure that you can do the following:  Remove the Weight that You Have Been Carrying on Your Shoulders.  While you were constantly worried about how you were going to pay your bills, your body was experiencing stress that was harming it. You would have… Read more »

  • Student Loan Debt and Bankruptcy

    Friday, October 16th, 2020

    What Is the Undue Hardship Exception?  You may be able to have your student loan debt discharged in bankruptcy. If you can demonstrate that paying these loans would create an undue hardship, they may be discharged in chapter 7 or chapter 13 bankruptcy. The courts do not ordinarily discharge these debts, but if you can… Read more »

  • What is a Bankruptcy Trustee?

    Friday, September 25th, 2020

    If you are thinking about filing bankruptcy, then you might have a lot of questions about the bankruptcy process and everything that is involved in it. Working with a team of bankruptcy attorneys in Brooklyn can help you get answers to all of your questions. In the meantime, you can learn a little more about… Read more »

  • How Much Debt Constitutes Filing for Bankruptcy?

    Friday, September 11th, 2020

    You might be in a lot of debt, but you might not be sure of whether or not you have enough debt to file bankruptcy. Talking to a Brooklyn bankruptcy lawyer can help you get a better idea of whether or not bankruptcy is right for you, based off of the amount of debt that… Read more »

  • What Types of Property Can’t Legally be Reclaimed?

    Friday, August 28th, 2020

    Bankruptcy can be defined as financial death. Suppose you intend to file bankruptcy, there are two options for you: file under chapter 7 or chapter 13 bankruptcy. Dealing with a bankruptcy situation in the first instance without legal help can be challenging thus reaching out to a Brooklyn Bankruptcy Lawyer can help you understand the… Read more »

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