Find Employment after Bankruptcy

Poor credit can affect your ability to find employment after bankruptcy in some industries more than others. But under the Federal Bankruptcy Act, employers cannot discriminate against you because you filed bankruptcy. This doesn’t mean that getting hired will be...

5 Most Common Myths about Bankruptcy

All the false information in the media and on the internet about bankruptcy has caused unnecessary anxiety. This has caused fear among people like you who have fallen into financial hardship and could benefit from filing. To set the record straight, here are the top...

Wage Garnishment and Chapter 7 Bankruptcy

Dealing with wage garnishment can cause further financial hardship if you’re already struggling to pay your bills. Creditors typically file a wage garnishment order if you fail to pay a court-awarded judgment. Filing Chapter 7 bankruptcy can stop most types of wage...

Meeting Your Bankruptcy Trustee

After filing your case, you will need to meet with the bankruptcy trustee who will review the information in your petition. The bankruptcy trustee seeks to determine if there is sufficient evidence to confirm your case. In a Chapter 7 case, the meeting is generally...

Filing bankruptcy in Georgia

In these difficult economic times you may find yourself in financial hardship. No matter how you got there filing bankruptcy gives you the opportunity to put your life back together. This goal is accomplished by resolving your financial problems. In this article we...