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Emergency Bankruptcy To Stop Eviction

Bankruptcy and Stopping Foreclosure There can be some confusion as to whether you need to consult with a real estate attorney or bankruptcy lawyer, but the landlord cannot throw you out just because you owe rent but a court can compel you to leave your home.  Your landlord cannot go to where you live and […]

Chapter 12 Bankruptcy in Texas

Unlike Chapter 13 individual debt adjustment and Chapter 11 reorganization, only few people file a Chapter 12 bankruptcy in Texas or in the nation. A Chapter 12 bankruptcy is used mostly for “family farmers” of “family fishermen” whose have debts that add to a certain amount. Fishing or farming should also be the primary source […]

Debt Consolidation vs Bankruptcy

Debt Consolidation Loans vs Bankruptcy There are other options you can pursue when bankruptcy is not the best alternative. In most cases it is your assets and employment situation that determines whether these alternatives are available for you. Eliminating your debt through bankruptcy offers you the opportunity to avoid paying the loan in full but […]

Bankruptcy Alternatives

At one time or another you may experience financial woes due to things that are out of your control. These include recessions, medical emergencies or even a changing business climate. You may find yourself unable to pay your creditors in such situations and bankruptcy may not be the best option. Common Personal Bankruptcy Alternatives Most […]

Texas Bankruptcy Exemptions

You can look at the Texas bankruptcy exemptions chart to see whether you can protect the property you value from creditors. Everything you own is placed into a bankruptcy estate when you file for bankruptcy but exemptions let you keep some of your property without paying for it.  However, you should remember that there are […]

Chapter 13 Bankruptcy Texas

You are required to repay your creditors some or all of the debt according to a Bankruptcy court approved repayment plan under a Chapter 13 Bankruptcy. Filing Chapter 13 in Texas A Chapter 13 allows you to keep secured assets such as a home or car. But you can only keep them if you have […]

Do I Have to Go to Court for Bankruptcy?

Many of our clients have reservations about the Bankruptcy process. It’s a common concern that you will have to spend days in a long drawn out court process. We believe that this video will help ease some of those fears… Court Time for Bankruptcy Random YouTube Video No Association With This Website Video Transcript: I’m […]

What happens if I get divorced during bankruptcy?

We get this question often: What happens to my bankruptcy case if I’m also going through a divorce? Call our Houston Bankruptcy Law Office for a no obligation consultation. Random YouTube Video No Association With This Website Call the Houston Bankruptcy Attorneys for a case evaluation.

Can Filing for Bankruptcy Stop Creditors from Calling You?

If you are tired of answering the phone dodging calls from creditors, we may be able to help. One of the top bankruptcy attorney questions we get asked is, “Can you make the bill collectors stop harassing me?” Check out the video below. Random YouTube Video No Association With This Website What Should I Do […]

Should I File Chapter 7 or Chapter 13 Bankruptcy?

Ch7 vs Ch13 Bankruptcy There are two different types of bankruptcy that individuals can file: Chapter 7 and Chapter 13. Both have their own pros and cons, and it’s important to understand the difference before you decide which one is right for you. Chapter 7 bankruptcy allows you to discharge most of your debts, but […]