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?
Reaffirming a debt is a serious decision. Be sure to discuss it with your attorney before filing your bankruptcy.
Foreclosures are different in every state. How do they work in Wisconsin?
In most cases, the First Meeting of Creditors will be the ONLY Meeting of Creditors.
Folks with debt problems have a number of good solutions to consider. They also have a number of very bad “solutions” to avoid.
If bankruptcy isn’t right for you, perhaps a Wisconsin Chapter 128 is the answer to help resolve your debts.
Many people wait to see a bankruptcy lawyer because they worry about the cost. They shouldn’t.
Not everyone who is having financial difficulties needs bankruptcy. One alternative to filing bankruptcy is to simply ignore the problem.
Nearly everyone can file some kind of bankruptcy relief. What types do you qualify for?
Keeping information from your attorney is never a good idea.