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Bankruptcy, Levies, and Liens

When struggling with financial problems, you run into many legal and financial terms that can be confusing.  Some of these terms relate to actions that creditors can take against you.  And in many cases, bankruptcy offers a reprieve against such actions and the chance to become solvent again. What is a lien? A “lien” is… Read More »

What is Fraudulent Conveyance in a Bankruptcy?

It is important to understand what the bankruptcy courts consider fraud in relation to bankruptcy.  When debt is overwhelming, debtors may become desperate.  You need to know where to draw the line between innovative solutions and what the court considers fraudulent behavior. Fraudulent conveyance is a commonly used term in bankruptcy cases.  A conveyance is… Read More »

Can I Buy a Home After Filing for Bankruptcy?

Many people think it’s impossible to buy a home after filing for bankruptcy. Unfortunately, there are many bankruptcy myths. The good news is, this couldn’t be further from the truth. Not only is it possible, but you don’t have to wait ten years, either. Of course, you will have to wait until you can re-establish… Read More »

What Are Some Good Ways To Rebuild My Credit?

One of the biggest concerns we hear from our bankruptcy clients is how they can repair and rebuild their credit after their bankruptcy filing. This is a valid concern, but the reality is your credit will be better post-bankruptcy than pre-bankruptcy. If you are thinking of filing for bankruptcy, you are probably behind on many… Read More »