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Promoting a Proactive Approach towards Financial Security

Promoting a Proactive Approach towards Financial Security

Is the bankruptcy trustee going to sell your dog?

If you are struggling to pay medical bills, credit card balances, student loans or any other debt, you are probably not living the life you want. After all, excessive debt can lead to both anxiety and depression. Thankfully, your dog helps to keep your anxiety and...

3 commonly believed fallacies about bankruptcy

Debt is a problem that plagues many Americans. CNBC reports that the average one has $90,460 of it. In many cases, it accrues due to unfortunate circumstances or unforeseen obstacles like sudden illness rather than mismanagement. One option for dealing with it is...

What assets can you keep in bankruptcy?

Sometimes, hard work and determination are not enough to keep creditors at bay. Many responsible people due to uncontrollable issues wind up losing their ability to stay current on their financial obligations and pay off/down their debt. Those who find themselves...

Questions to ask yourself before filing for bankruptcy

Many people do not file for bankruptcy when it would benefit them to do so because of the negative stigma attached to it. Despite what you may have heard, bankruptcy does not mean that you have to sell off all your assets, nor does it ruin your credit forever.  For...

Disabled vets now have more protection in bankruptcy

Military veterans in California may find themselves struggling under the crushing weight of excessive debt. This can be especially true for disabled veterans who rely on military pensions and benefits to support themselves. From medical bills to personal needs, costs...

What to consider when choosing a bankruptcy type

California residents may want to consider filing for bankruptcy if they are struggling to repay a debt. The type of bankruptcy an individual files for depends on what types of debt they have and what kind of protection the law says that they can seek. A Chapter 7...