The First Steps to Rebuilding After Filing for Bankruptcy

Admin on March 25, 2016 Posted in General Bankruptcy, Rebuilding Credit

Bankruptcy can be a liberating process. There’s a great sense of relief that comes over many debtors when they realize they’ll no longer be drowning in hundreds of dollars in payments each month or hounded by creditors, in constant fear of collection lawsuits or repossession. But along with that relief can also come feelings of […]

Understanding Bankruptcy Forms: The Schedules A, B, and C

Admin on February 12, 2016 Posted in Bankruptcy Law, Blog

One of the most important forms in an individual bankruptcy filing (as opposed to a business filing) is the Schedule of Assets and Liabilities (Official Form 106) which actually includes 10 other forms, a few of which are discussed below. How to fill out these forms is something you want to understand deeply before beginning. […]