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Bankruptcy: A Fresh Start for Honest People with Honest Problems

Sometimes circumstances beyond our control lead to financial difficulties. Individuals in these situations should not feel dishonest for seeking help to relieve that burden. Filing for bankruptcy is sometimes necessary so that our families can receive the fresh start that is so desperately needed. In the video below, attorney Mike Hall explains.     “Normally, […]

Automatic Stay: How Bankruptcy Can Stop Foreclosure

When facing a foreclosure, it may seem as if there is no hope for saving your home. However, with the help of an experienced attorney, declaring bankruptcy can help avoid foreclosure. This guidance can provide you and your family with relief from overwhelming debt. Section 362 of the Bankruptcy Code provides for an automatic stay, which […]

Can I Keep My House If I File Bankruptcy?

When faced with the threat of foreclosure, the thought of losing your home may have you paralyzed. You may be desperately searching for solutions. One of the most frequently asked questions attorneys hear is, “Can I keep my house if I file bankruptcy?” Filing for bankruptcy may seem like the easiest solution to help you […]

How Can Chapter 12 Bankruptcy Help Farmers?

A relatively new addition to the Bankruptcy Code, Chapter 12 Bankruptcy only became permanent in 2005. Before that time, it was considered a temporary measure. Since its creation, Chapter 12 has been providing relief to farmers whose livelihood was impacted by various pressures from creditors and a highly variable market. Below, bankruptcy attorney Mike Hall […]

Can Bankruptcy Stop Foreclosure?

With the current economy, many are facing loss of income due to fewer hours, loss of business, or illness. This can sometimes lead to an inability to pay for the necessities of our lives such as homes and vehicles. If you have lost income or are facing mounting debt, the thought of foreclosure may be […]