Debt And Marriage: When Do I Owe My Spouse’s Debts? Whether you and your spouse are responsible for paying each other’s debts will depend primarily on where you live. If your state follows common law property rules, spouses are only liable for their own debts, with a few exceptions. For instance, both spouses must pay… Continue reading Debt And Marriage: When Do I Owe My Spouse’s Debts?
Can I Pay My Ex Cash For Child Support? If you have a child and you don’t live with your child, chances are you will pay child support. If you get divorced and have kids or have a paternity case, in Utah you’ll surely pay child support. If you do pay child support, how should… Continue reading Can I Pay My Ex Cash For Child Support?
Can I Keep My Credit Cards If I File Bankruptcy? If you file for Chapter 7 bankruptcy and are hoping to hang onto one of your credit cards, you will likely be out of luck. Once your credit card company learns of your bankruptcy, it will almost certainly cancel your card. But all is not… Continue reading Can I Keep My Credit Cards If I File Bankruptcy?
Bankruptcy Lawyers Near Me Personality and professionalism matter, and like anyone a lawyer who appears terrific on paper can fall short in person. It’s critical that you trust that the person you hire will be working in your best interest. Look for the following three qualities during your consultation. They discuss alternate resolutions: Chapter 7,… Continue reading Bankruptcy Lawyers Near Me
Bankruptcy Chapter 13 Bankruptcy is a federal court process designed to eliminate debts or repay them under the protection of the bankruptcy court. For individuals, most people file either Chapter 7 or Chapter 13, because a court order can call an automatic stay, prohibiting most creditors from hounding you in order to collect what you… Continue reading Bankruptcy Chapter 13
Bankruptcy V.S. Doing Nothing If you’re struggling with debt, filing for bankruptcy can be a good way to get your finances back on track. But not everyone needs to start a bankruptcy case right away. Whether you should file for bankruptcy or do nothing will depend on whether you’re vulnerable to creditors. In some cases,… Continue reading Bankruptcy V.S. Doing Nothing