Your Intro To Taxes And Bankruptcy

If you're about to declare bankruptcy, you're not alone. Bankruptcy is far more common than many people realize, and chances are there are a couple of people you know who have had to go the bankruptcy route as well. However, that doesn't mean that the process is easy. It is relatively simple when you see everything you have to do, but when you're first starting out, it can be confusing, especially in relation to your taxes. [Read More]

Filing A Lawsuit For Teen Bullying

Getting bullied is a common problem that many teens experience during their school years. Although bullying along is enough to send someone into a state of depression, the problem is even more severe when there is physical action along with it. For instance, sometimes bullies throw food and other items at their victim, or start a fight that leads to injuries. Is your teen currently going through such a situation and you are ready to take a stand against his or her bully? [Read More]

How To Get The Most Out Of Your Free Bankruptcy Consultation

Almost all bankruptcy lawyers offer free consultation visits to people who are interested in learning more about bankruptcy. They do this to give people a chance to ask questions and learn more about how bankruptcy would help them through their financial problems. If you want to file for bankruptcy but are not sure if it is the right path to take, you should meet with a bankruptcy lawyer, and you should prepare for this visit. [Read More]

Chapter 13 Bankruptcy: What About Your Spouse?

If you're interested in Chapter 13 bankruptcy due to your own personal financial issues, it may be possible to file without your spouse. However, filing in this way could also lead to complications. It depends on how your debt is structured and how you want it removed. Here are three things to consider. Your Spouse's Income Don't file for Chapter 13 bankruptcy alone just because you think it'll lower your income below the required threshold. [Read More]