For most Americans the decision
to file for bankruptcy is a last resort. Between unemployment, underemployment
and uninsured medical costs, people are turning towards bankruptcy for much
Written by attorney John Skiba, almost 3 years ago.
There comes a point in every bankruptcy consultation that I do when we get to The Question. I know what they are thinking: This all sounds great, I need to file bankruptcy, but what is this going to... more
Written by attorney John Skiba, about 3 years ago.
After I discuss the pros/cons of filing bankruptcy in my consultations with clients we get to the question that is on every one's mind - what is this going to cost me? Bankruptcy prices vary from law... more
Many clients want to know if they have to continue paying their association fees if they plan on surrendering their property in bankruptcy. The typical situation is that the debtor no longer lives in... more
Written by attorney Ray Garcia, almost 2 years ago.
While the United States of America is close to three (3) years into the loan modification process, many homeowners still do not understand the basic guidelines to actually qualify for this government... more
If you have ever been involved in a lawsuit before and hired an
attorney you are fully aware of how quickly attorney's fees can add up. Litigation
is not a cheap way to solve problems. I was talking... more
People seeking legal representation for their personal or small business bankruptcy are in a unique and difficult situation. They are in dire need of the best legal counsel they have ever sought... more