Archive for April, 2011

Bankruptcy in California

Chapter 7 and Chapter 13 Bankruptcy in California has risen substantially since 2005. With the recession and struggling economy, it is harder and harder for people to pay their debts. Last year the number of bankruptcies filed in the US hit a record high, 1.53 million. That equates to more bankruptcies than the entire decade […]

Contest Winners: They “like” our Facebook pages, but they love their new IPads!

Throughout the months of February and March we hosted a contest for our Facebook pages. The participants were simply asked to watch either our bankruptcy or tax services video, fill out the contact form, and like our facebook page. Although all of our contestants won free education on bankruptcy and tax services, there could only […]

Taxes: Don’t Let the IRS Empty your Pockets

It’s that dreadful time of year again: tax season. Those who are brave enough to file are usually rewarded with a sizable refund or, alternatively, a friendly notice informing them of the large amount they owe. If you fail to pay taxes owed to the IRS by the April 18th deadline, you will face large […]

Student Loans: From Cap Toss to Capital Drain!

Can you file for bankruptcy and rid yourself of those painful student loans? Many of us could only dream of having that freedom. Unfortunately, under Federal Bankruptcy laws, student loans are usually non-dischargeable. This means that although you may be able to discharge most of your unsecured debts, student loans are not one of them. […]

Bankruptcy and the Government Shut Down

What happens if you’re ready to file Bankruptcy and the Government shuts down? Don’t worry; Bankruptcy cases are filed 24 hours a day, seven days a week, 365 days a year. Thanks to the Bankruptcy Court’s electronic case filing system, not even a shutdown would slow down the filing process. Theoretically, that is. The Bankruptcy […]