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    • Financial Advice to Consider Prior to Filing for Divorce (Part 2)

      July 16, 2013

      Continuing from Financial Advice to Consider Prior to Filing for Divorce (Part 1), here are some additional financial matters that will be essential for couples to deal with before they official file for divorce. By taking these steps, each individual involved in the divorce can save themselves thousands of dollars in attorneys’ fees while also avoiding […]

    • Financial Advice to Consider Prior to Filing for Divorce (Part 1)

      July 11, 2013

      While divorce is generally an emotionally stressful time for any couple, it can also create an incredible stress on couple’s finances. In fact, divorce is one of the primary factors that causes many Americans to be plummeted into serious debt, and it is one of the top reasons that many Americans ultimately find themselves needing […]

    • An Overview of Colorado Bankruptcy Exemptions (Part 2)

      July 9, 2013

      Picking up from An Overview of Colorado Bankruptcy Exemptions (Part 1), here are some additional bankruptcy exemptions that debtors who file from bankruptcy can use in order to keep some of their assets and property. When spouses file for bankruptcy together (i.e., jointly file for bankruptcy), they can effectively double these exemptions because each spouse will be allowed […]

    • An Overview of Colorado Bankruptcy Exemptions (Part 1)

      July 6, 2013

      Bankruptcy exemptions dictate what property and assets debtors will be allowed to keep because these assets will not have to be included in the bankruptcy estate (and, therefore, will not have to be used to pay off creditors). Although some states will allow debtors to choose between using state or federal codes when it comes […]

    • After Bankruptcy: Tips on Financially Recovering

      June 18, 2013

      While bankruptcy is a good option for many borrowers who find themselves overwhelmed by debt, it’s important that individuals who file for bankruptcy understand that they will still have some work to do after their bankruptcy case has been approved in order to get their finances back on track. In fact, with some diligent effort […]

    • Debtors’ Rights and the FDCPA (Part 2)

      June 12, 2013

      As a continuation of Debtors’ Rights and the FDCPA (Part 1), the following is some additional information regarding debtors’ rights that are laid out in the Fair Debt Collections Practices Act. While Part 1 of this blog outlined the legally required practices that creditors must abide by when interacting with borrowers regarding a debt, Part […]

    • Debtors’ Rights and the FDCPA (Part 1)

      June 6, 2013

      Borrowers who may find themselves drowning in debt and fending off their creditors should know that Fair Debt Collections Practices Act (FDCPA) gives them specific rights in order to prevent them from being the targets of potentially abusive behaviors at the hands of creditors. In fact, while the FDCPA was first enacted in 1977 to […]

    • Signs of Bankruptcy Mills and Reasons to Avoid Them

      May 27, 2013

      Bankruptcy mills refer to legal organizations that heavily rely on non-attorney employees to process a large number of bankruptcy cases in as quickly as possible. While bankruptcy mills advertise heavily and typically promise consumers very low costs for processing their bankruptcy case, these companies can ultimately do far more harm than good, as: Uninformed or […]

    • Tips on Repairing Your Credit after Bankruptcy (Part 2)

      May 23, 2013

      As a continuation of Tips on Repairing Your Credit after Bankruptcy (Part 1), the following are some additional tips that can help borrowers who have recently filed for bankruptcy slowly repair their credit and get back on their feet financially. Consider taking out one credit card – Although this can be a risky tip (especially […]

    • Tips on Repairing Your Credit after Bankruptcy (Part 1)

      May 20, 2013

      Filing for bankruptcy is a sound financial solution for those who are buried in debt and who are in need of a financial fresh start. While borrowers who want to get their bankruptcy case approved by the courts will have to do some work to prepare their bankruptcy estate, once their case has been processed, […]

    • Tips to Improving Your Finances in 2013

      April 25, 2013

      Staying vigilant when it comes to your financial situation is one of the best ways to try to get control over your debt, build your savings and ultimately improve your financial standing. Here are some tips on what you can do to improve your finances in 2013: Organize your finances – While this means that […]

    • Facts versus Misconceptions about Bankruptcy (Part 2)

      April 23, 2013

      As a continuation of Facts versus Misconceptions about Bankruptcy (Part 1), here are some additional bankruptcy myths that have been cleared up so that you have a realistic expectation of the process and outcomes associated with a bankruptcy case. Taking the time to review the facts and misconceptions about bankruptcy will be crucial to helping […]

    • Facts versus Misconceptions about Bankruptcy (Part 1)

      April 21, 2013

      Those going through bankruptcy for the first time (or those who are filing again when their previous bankruptcy was years ago) will likely not know what to expect in terms of the process or the specific outcomes, especially considering all of the misconceptions about bankruptcy that are out there. If you are getting ready to […]

    
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