Do I Have Enough Debt to File Bankruptcy?

October 22, 2014
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It is common for our clients to ask if they have enough debt to file for bankruptcy protection. However, there is no set amount of debt that you are required to have in order to be eligible for bankruptcy relief. Instead, your eligibility to file a case depends on the type of case you are […]

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Student Loans for Health Professionals

October 21, 2014
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The federal Health Assistance Loan Program (HEAL) existed from 1978 until 1998, when it was discontinued. The HEAL program provided insurance for student loans made by participating lenders to eligible students in medical and healthcare-related fields. Today, the Health Professions Student Loan (HPSL) program provides long-term student loans to eligible students. A HPSL student loan […]

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Will Bankruptcy Save My Home From Foreclosure?

October 20, 2014
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While surveys are indicating that the housing market is improving, there are still many homeowners facing foreclosure. If your mortgage lender is threatening to foreclose on your home, it is time to schedule an appointment with us to determine if bankruptcy is the best option for you. When you file a personal bankruptcy case, the […]

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Should Senior Citizens File Bankruptcy?

October 17, 2014
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Most people work all their lives with the goal of retiring and living comfortably in their “golden years.” Sadly, many individuals are entering retirement age and are running out of money or they are realizing they cannot retire because they have not saved enough to do so. This can be frightening for a senior citizen […]

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