Where will my Business File Bankruptcy?

April 18, 2014

Individuals seeking bankruptcy protection file their case in the district where they are domiciled or reside. However, if your business is planning to file a bankruptcy case, the answer of where to file may not seem so clear. Generally, a debtor may file bankruptcy in the district where the person or entity has its domicile, […]

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What is the Difference Between Federal and Private Student Loans?

April 17, 2014

If you are struggling to pay your student loans, we can help. Your available options differ depending on whether your loan is federal or private. Below is a short explanation of the differences between the two. Private Student Loans Private student loans are similar to your other loans such as your car loan, mortgage or […]

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What is Chapter 13 Plan Feasibility?

April 16, 2014

When you file a Chapter 13 bankruptcy, you are required to file a plan of reorganization which outlines how you intend to pay your creditors. The court must approve the plan, which means that it is “feasible” or that you have sufficient income to meet the financial obligations of the plan. Creditors can file Proofs […]

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3 Things You Must Know to Take Control Of Your Student Loans

April 15, 2014

Many people do not fully understand their student loan. In order for you to be able to tackle your student loan debt and take control over your finances, there are a few things you must figure out. Below are the big three: What kind of loan do you have? It is important to understand if […]

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