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Should You File for Bankruptcy Before a Divorce?

Going through a divorce is often a difficult and stressful process. Marriages collapse for various reasons, including financial problems. It is not uncommon for a divorce to leave both spouses in economic ruin. One of the main reasons for filing for bankruptcy is...

Are There Any Dangers of Refinancing Your Mortgage?

Refinancing your mortgage will typically save a homeowner money, especially if it substantially lowers their current interest rate. The only potential problem is that the closing costs offset your savings. However, what if you are in a current bankruptcy? The first...

Can You File For Bankruptcy to Avoid Paying a Judgment?

Filing for bankruptcy is one option people have for handling debt or restructuring payments they are struggling to make. Unlike working directly with creditors, bankruptcy affords an individual or couple legal protections on both the state and federal levels that...

How Often Can You File a Chapter 7 Bankruptcy Case in Pennsylvania

Chapter 7 was designed to get folks out of debt quickly and relatively easily. If you pass the means test, own few or no non-exempt assets, and have primarily unsecured debt, you could find yourself debt-free in four or five months. Our experienced Pennsylvania...

How Often Can You File for Chapter 13 Bankruptcy in Pennsylvania?

Some people still struggle after completing a Chapter 13 bankruptcy. An unexpected medical condition, job loss, or divorce could send someone into a financial tailspin – even if they managed to alleviate their previous economic difficulties through a prior bankruptcy...

Fyre Festival Attendees Will Receive Nothing from Bankruptcy

In 2017, one of the most notorious social media promotional campaigns and musical festivals came crashing down, leaving vendors, investors, and ticket holders to pay for the disaster. Billy McFarland was accused and sentenced for defrauding hundreds of people out of...