What Is The Financial Impact of Divorce?

Divorce is traumatic even when it is amicable and desired by both parties. Read More

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Student Loan Tax Offset Hardship Discharge: Is It for You?

It’s the time of year when so many people plan out what they will do with their tax refund money.… Read More

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Strategies for Getting Out of Debt (Eventually)

Getting out of debt is like losing weight. You didn’t pack it on overnight, and you’re not going to lose… Read More

3 months ago

Thinking about Using Tax Refund to Pay off Debt?

If you are thinking of using tax refund to pay off debt, you may need to think again. Read More

3 months ago

What to Do (and What Not to Do) When You’ve Been Furloughed

If this is your first shutdown, check here for your agency's contingency plans and here for special instructions and conditions from… Read More

4 months ago

How Does Deficiency Balance after Auto Repossession Work?

It is bad enough to lose your automobile, but to find out that the lender is demanding a deficiency balance… Read More

4 months ago

How Long Can Consumer Debt in Florida Remain Open?

Consumer debt is defined as debts that are incurred for a personal or household purpose. They are composed of consumer… Read More

4 months ago

How to Turn “I Can’t Afford to File Bankruptcy” Into “I’m So Glad I Did”

There are many options for those who feel that they can’t afford to begin the bankruptcy filing process Read More

4 months ago

What to Do if You’ve Experienced Bitcoin Investment Failure

Cryptocurrencies have become a very popular topic of conversation in the last few years. During that time, these digital curries… Read More

5 months ago

Why a Bankruptcy Petition Preparer Alone May Fail

Stick with a Lawyer: Why Working with a Bankruptcy Petition Preparer Alone May Ultimately Fail When bankruptcy occurs, people caught… Read More

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