Need To File Bankruptcy? Two Tips To Help Make It More Affordable To Do So
23 December 2015
When you've gotten to the point where you simply can't see your way out of a bad financial situation, it may be time to file for bankruptcy. However, the quandary that you may find yourself in is that you don't have enough money to pay your bills while simultaneously being unable to afford to pay a lawyer to get the filing done for you. The average price to file for Chapter 7 Bankruptcy can cost as much as $1530 dollars, and it may be difficult for you to pull this together.
Social Security Disability Financial Requirements To Consider
21 December 2015
When it comes to a successful social security disability claim, medical evidence is very important. Make sure you understand that it's not the only important factor. There are a number of non-medical factors that also go into consideration when presenting a claim for disability, such as financial requirements. Even with all the medical evidence to support your claim, if you don't meet the financial requirement, your claim won't be successful.
Filing For Chapter 13 Bankruptcy As An Undocumented Immigrant FAQs
15 December 2015
There are many requirements for filing Chapter 13 bankruptcy in the United States, including the need for a Social Security number or an Individual Taxpayer Identification Number. If you are an undocumented immigrant and want to file for bankruptcy, the process to file might be slightly different for you. Before filing, here is what you need to know.
Can You File for Bankruptcy?
Bankruptcy law is extensive and has many rules and regulations that must be met.
Bankruptcy And Marriage: 3 Ways Your Bankruptcy Will Affect Your Spouse
14 December 2015
If you are married to someone who has good credit, you might wish to file bankruptcy on your own. Doing so will shield your spouse from a lot of the realities surrounding bankruptcy and will also allow you to continue to benefit from their good credit standing. However, there are a few ways that your bankruptcy may still affect your spouse. Since each individual case is different, you should talk to your lawyer about what your spouse should expect after your bankruptcy is filed.