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Bankruptcy and Credit Card Debt: Should You File?

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If you use a credit card, this is one of the best ways to improve your credit and demonstrate to potential lenders that you're a good person to loan to. Having one is essential if you want to buy a house or a car.

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What Is Reaffirmation of Debts in Chapter 7?

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During a Chapter 7 bankruptcy case, you may have the choice of keeping an asset that you owe money on, such as a car. If you can afford to keep making the payments and want to keep this asset, your lawyer will recommend signing a reaffirmation agreement. Here are several things you should know about reaffirmation of debt in a Chapter 7 case.

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Is Bankruptcy Still an Option for Student Loans?

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If you're drowning in debt, you may be wondering whether bankruptcy is an option. But what if you have student loans? It's common knowledge that student loans cannot be discharged in bankruptcy, so is there even a point to declaring bankruptcy if the majority of your debt is from student loans?

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When Is Chapter 7 Bankruptcy Better Than Chapter 13?

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Chapter 7 and Chapter 13 are the two main branches of bankruptcy, but one option is typically better than the other for an individual's circumstances. Every situation is different, and lawyers base their recommendations on multiple factors. Here are several reasons a lawyer might suggest using Chapter 7 instead of Chapter 13.

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Tips for Improving Your Credit After Bankruptcy

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You may not know how to fix the blemished credit history that you now have due to bankruptcy. However, your credit is not blemished forever. You can help it recover with these tips.

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