You know bankruptcy gives you an overall fresh financial start. But it can provide special fresh starts you may not know about.
To discourage disposing of assets before bankruptcy, a trustee can potentially undo a prior transaction in order to benefit all creditors.
Don't get caught up in a "fraudulent transfer." It's easier than you might think to do so, because it doesn't take fraudulent intent.
Your secured creditors are often the ones you most care about, because the creditor can take your collateral. Chapter 7 strengthens your hand, improving your options.
Most of the time, you get to keep whatever you own when you file bankruptcy. These 10 truths tell you how it works.
Chapter 13 is extraordinary in the number of distinctive ways it can solve debt problems endangering your home. Here are five more ways beyond the five of the last blog.
Getting a lawsuit filed against you by a creditor starts a very fast-ticking alarm clock. Don't hit the snooze button on this one.