Archive for the ‘Bankruptcy’ Category

Non-Consensual, Priority-Skipping Structured Dismissals Shot Down by SCOTUS

The past 150 years have served as a legal battleground for the debate on structured dismissals. The debate is hotly…

Does ‘Doubling’ Help when Filing for Bankruptcy in Pennsylvania

  If you are having financial troubles and considering the idea of filing for bankruptcy, your biggest hesitation is likely…

What Property is Exempt from Liquidation in a Chapter 7 Bankruptcy in Pennsylvania?

 For most people, one of the most frightening aspects of contemplating filing for Chapter 7 bankruptcy lies in not knowing…

Approved Credit Counseling Agencies for Pennsylvania

 If you are among the nearly 800,000 Americans thinking about filing for personal bankruptcy this year, then there’s a chance…

Tips for Holiday Shopping Without Incurring Credit Card Debt

 If you are like many of your fellow Americans, there’s a good chance that you’re carrying a certain amount of…

Debt Consolidation or Bankruptcy: How to Choose

Being in debt is nothing unusual. We all have bills, mortgages, student loans, car payments. But when debt becomes overwhelming,…

Steps to Take When Preparing to File for Bankruptcy

Making the decision to file for bankruptcy is one of the hardest things that many people will have to do…

Bankruptcy Exemptions in Philadelphia

One of the biggest worries that people have when they are considering filing for bankruptcy has to do with the…

Filing for Chapter 11 in Philadelphia

There are many different types of bankruptcy filings available for those who have unmanageable debt, but if you are a…