Your buddy at the bar, who knows all about bankruptcy, says you can’t file bankruptcy on certain debts. Is he right?
WBG attorneys see the mistakes folks make before they start a bankruptcy. Here are five of the most common.
Like any strong medicine, bankruptcy may have dangerous side effects. You can reduce your chances of a negative outcome by following the four tips in this article.
Your Wisconsin lawsuit is over. You or the other party has a judgment. Now what?
Someone hands you a summons. Or maybe it arrives in the mail. What do you do next? We’ll tell you.
Starting a bankruptcy can be as easy as jumping off a cliff without a parachute. And just as smart. We’ll tell you how to jump off, and why you should have a well-packed parachute.
The law allows people to keep “exempt” property even if they file a bankruptcy. But what property is exempt?
Most folks do everything they can to make their house payments. But illness, job loss, or some other hardship may strike. Then – before you know it – you’re behind the eight ball. Foreclosure looms. What to do?
Foreclosures are different in every state. How do they work in Wisconsin?
Folks with debt problems have a number of good solutions to consider. They also have a number of very bad “solutions” to avoid.