A bankruptcy blog containing useful information for anyone considering a Charlotte bankruptcy attorney.

Is Bankruptcy Right For Me

Is Bankruptcy Right For Me

If you’re asking yourself “Is bankruptcy right for me?” most likely, the answer is yes. We work every day with hard working individuals who simply can’t keep up with growing medical debt, credit card debt, or mortgage problems. Bankruptcy offers a powerful solution which is life-changing. When a potential client is wondering “Is bankruptcy right…

Can I Keep Credit Cards In Bankruptcy

The answer is NO, you can’t keep credit cards in bankruptcy. But there’s good news, too. Keep reading. When you file your bankruptcy, you’re only required to notify your creditors with whom you carry a balance. However, even credit card companies you have a zero balance with will be notified of the bankruptcy filing. They…

Bonus In Bankruptcy – Can I Keep It?

Can I Keep My Bonus In Bankruptcy? If you are paid a commission or bonus through your employer, a key question when filing bankruptcy is whether you can keep your bonus when you file a bankruptcy. If certain factors are met, the answer is yes, you can keep your bonus in bankruptcy. Our firm litigated…

Personal Injury Passenger Claim

If you’re a passenger in a car accident, and if you suffer injuries, you most likely have a right to a personal injury passenger claim. Your personal injury lawyer will work to establish liability with an insurance carrier for either your driver or another driver. Once liability is established, your personal injury lawyer will negotiate…

Your Credit Score After Bankruptcy

Your Credit Score After Bankruptcy

If you call for a bankruptcy consultation, part of that phone call will be a discussion regarding your credit score after bankruptcy. There is plenty of good news regarding your credit score after bankruptcy. This article will help you distinguish between fact and myth. Your Credit Score After Bankruptcy Will Not Be Ruined Generally, your…

Reaffirmation Agreement

Reaffirmation Agreements In Chapter 7

When you file your Chapter 7 Bankruptcy, you will have to declare on your Statement of Intention form, whether you plan to reaffirm certain debts. When you sign a Reaffirmation Agreement, you are simply recommitting to the debt associated with property. This property can be your vehicle or your home. Whether you should sign a…

Charlotte Chapter 7 Bankruptcy

Charlotte Chapter 7 Bankruptcy

The purpose of this article is to discuss filing a Charlotte Chapter 7 bankruptcy. Our firm is located in SouthPark in Charlotte, NC and we serve the Charlotte Division of the Western District of North Carolina. The Need You’ve probably tried debt settlement, negotiating with creditors, and finally, you’ve threatened bankruptcy. Unfortunately, not much works…

Writ Of Execution

The purpose of this article is to explain the effect of a writ of execution, and help you understand your options which include filing bankruptcy. Your Pain If you’ve received a writ of execution, it’s because a creditor has a judgment against you and is trying to collect on that judgment. The writ of execution…