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Can You File Bankruptcy on Student Loans?

November 25th, 2019 / opadmin / Comments Off on Can You File Bankruptcy on Student Loans?

Can you file bankruptcy on student loans? Yes. But the bigger question is whether you will qualify for a discharge or not. Unfortunately, most people do not qualify to discharge their student loan debt through bankruptcy. You can only eliminate this type of debt if you can successfully prove that paying back your loans will […]

Filing Bankruptcy on Credit Cards

October 30th, 2019 / opedit / Comments Off on Filing Bankruptcy on Credit Cards

You may have used your credit card to pay for necessities, such as medical bills or car repairs. But what happens when your credit card debt gets to be too much, and you fall behind on your payments? Below, we discuss what you need to know about filing bankruptcy on credit cards. What Happens If You […]

Can You File Bankruptcy on Medical Bills?

September 25th, 2019 / opedit / Comments Off on Can You File Bankruptcy on Medical Bills?

A medical emergency can happen without warning leaving you out of work and deeply in debt. With or without health insurance, it’s easy for medical bills to quickly pile up. But how can you fully recover from your injury if you are constantly stressed about your medical debt? Can you file bankruptcy on medical bills? Yes — […]

How Long Does Bankruptcy Chapter 7 Take?

August 19th, 2019 / opedit / Comments Off on How Long Does Bankruptcy Chapter 7 Take?

By now, you’re probably already aware of the benefits of Chapter 7 bankruptcy — one of which is that you can get your debt discharged relatively fast. But how long does bankruptcy Chapter 7 take, from filing to closing? How soon can you get a fresh financial start? While Chapter 7 typically takes four to six months to […]

Can One Spouse File Bankruptcy Without the Other?

July 17th, 2019 / opedit / Comments Off on Can One Spouse File Bankruptcy Without the Other?

No one looks forward to filing bankruptcy. And the last thing anyone wants is for it to negatively impact their family. But what if you and your spouse are struggling with debt and bankruptcy is the only option? Can one spouse file bankruptcy without the other, or should you file together? Below, we discuss the […]

Can You File Bankruptcy on Taxes?

June 24th, 2019 / opedit / Comments Off on Can You File Bankruptcy on Taxes?

There are a myriad of reasons why you may have gotten behind on your taxes. A family emergency, a serious medical issue, or a natural disaster may have forced you to focus on more important matters and put taxes on the back burner. But no matter the situation, it is impossible to try and hide from the IRS forever. The agency […]

How Does Bankruptcy Affect Your Credit?

May 22nd, 2019 / opedit / Comments Off on How Does Bankruptcy Affect Your Credit?

One of the most common fears people have about bankruptcy is the impact it will have on their credit scores. But how does bankruptcy affect your credit? Will it trash your credit score forever? In reality, it depends. Bankruptcy may hurt your score initially, but over time it can give you a good chance to wipe […]

How to Stop Wage Garnishment With Bankruptcy

April 11th, 2019 / opedit / Comments Off on How to Stop Wage Garnishment With Bankruptcy

When you’re facing financial hardship, wage garnishment can add insult to injury. The last thing you need is to get chunks of your paycheck taken out every month in order to pay creditors. While it may not sound like an appealing option, bankruptcy can help. Below, we discuss how to stop wage garnishment with bankruptcy. If your wages are being […]

How Often Can You File Bankruptcy?

March 5th, 2019 / G. Wald / Comments Off on How Often Can You File Bankruptcy?

If you’ve filed bankruptcy in the past, how soon can you file again? How often can you file bankruptcy? Although there are no limits on how often you can file, there are time restrictions on how often you can get a discharge. A knowledgeable Minneapolis bankruptcy lawyer can evaluate your situation and help you decide […]

Why Filing Bankruptcy Yourself Isn’t a Good Idea

February 20th, 2019 / G. Wald / Comments Off on Why Filing Bankruptcy Yourself Isn’t a Good Idea

Maybe your bills started piling up after you lost your job, or you can’t make a dent in the medical bills you owe. Whatever the cause, if you owe much more than you can afford, bankruptcy could be a good option for you. It could help you regain control of your financial situation and give […]

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