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  • Published: July 20, 2020

Getting back on your feet after a bankruptcy discharge means rebuilding your credit. Now that you’ve experienced bankruptcy, you probably have an increased awareness of how important it is to stay on top of your bills and make sure that the creditors never have anything to report in the future. However, not all of your bills and payments are reported…Read More

  • Published: July 13, 2020

Filing for bankruptcy in The Woodlands, TX can be downright distressing—you’re faced with the possibility of losing your assets and disrupting your normal way of life in order to pay off your debts. Many people are tempted to give away their assets or otherwise try to soften the blow, but that can come with serious consequences. When you file for…Read More

  • Published: July 6, 2020

If you’re married and considering filing for individual bankruptcy in The Woodlands, TX, you’re probably wondering how that will affect your spouse. After all, when you get married, you legally share debts incurred in your names after marriage—so what does that mean when you can’t afford to repay those debts? Does it matter if the debts were incurred before marriage?…Read More

  • Published: June 29, 2020

Deciding to file for bankruptcy is a big decision, and one that involves potentially giving up a lot of your assets. Keeping your property, including your home, during bankruptcy in The Woodlands, TX, depends on which type of bankruptcy you file for and several other important factors. It’s important to consult with a bankruptcy attorney when you have a house…Read More

  • Published: June 22, 2020

Thanks to a number of factors, child support payments can be difficult to make—and when you start missing payments, the child support debt in Montgomery County, TX can pile up rapidly. Many people ask their attorneys whether they can get rid of their unpaid child support debt if they file for bankruptcy. The short answer: no. The state places an…Read More

  • Published: June 15, 2020

Many people have suddenly found themselves in over their heads, unable to pay their bills and meet their financial obligations. In times of economic distress, more people turn to filing for bankruptcy—but they almost always want to know if they’ll be able to keep some or all of their property. Bankruptcy exemptions distinguish between exempt and non-exempt property in Montgomery…Read More

  • Published: June 8, 2020

Filing for Social Security can be a minefield for making mistakes in Montgomery County, TX. More seniors are declaring bankruptcy now than ever, and part of that has to do with making mistakes about taking out Social Security payments. Seniors are often eager to retire, but not timing your filing just right can result in a hit to your monthly…Read More

  • Published: June 1, 2020

When you decide to file for bankruptcy, you should seriously consider hiring a bankruptcy attorney in Montgomery County, TX to assist with your case. While you can go through the process without a lawyer, having someone skilled in the often-complex proceedings is the best way to find financial freedom. What can a bankruptcy attorney do for me? The goal of…Read More

  • Published: May 20, 2020

Whenever the government seizes (or threatens to seize) your property as payment for a debt, it can be downright terrifying. After all, you knew you were in debt, but can they really take your home? And if they take it, can they possess it? Knowing what to do when confronted with state or federal tax liens or a tax levy…Read More

  • Published: May 13, 2020

Overpayments can be discharged during bankruptcy proceedings—but not always. If you’re having trouble with unemployment benefits and payments, you should discuss them immediately with an attorney in Montgomery County, TX. Getting into debt is all too easy, especially considering the state of the economy these days. Still, you could be wondering what to do when your debts start snowballing and…Read More

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