Categories for Bankruptcy

What Not to Do When Filing for Chapter 7 Bankruptcy

November 22, 2019

We all make mistakes, and sometimes filing for Chapter 7 bankruptcy is the best way to cut your losses and start rebuilding your finances. It’s important to avoid making any further mistakes, however, which is why you should consult with a bankruptcy attorney in Montgomery County, TX. A good attorney... View Article

Rebuilding Your Credit After Bankruptcy

November 15, 2019

Having good credit—or any credit at all—is a requirement of adult life in today’s world. After filing bankruptcy, you lose what credit you have, and many people are too scared to take the right steps to rebuild. After all, loans and credit cards are usually what got them into the... View Article

Can Business Bankruptcy Affect Your Pension?

November 8, 2019

When you file for business bankruptcy, you might be worried about keeping your employer pension. Losing your retirement account has the potential to set your plans back by decades, and very few people can afford to do that. In general, bankruptcy protects your pensions and retirement accounts—but not always. That’s... View Article

Four Things to Ask About During a Bankruptcy Consultation

October 25, 2019

If you scheduled a consultation to file for personal bankruptcy, it is likely you are already overwhelmed. When bills pile up and collection calls will not stop, it is easy to just want the whole thing to be over so you can move on with a debt-free life. However, you... View Article

A Guide to Better Understanding Credit Counseling

October 18, 2019

Credit counseling is often preferable to consulting with a debt attorney in Montgomery County, TX. Debt education is part of the bankruptcy requirements now, and many people like to make an attempt to pay off debt before scheduling an appointment with a Chapter 7 lawyer. Like many options, credit counseling... View Article

James R. Jones, Attorney At Law