R. Flay Cabiness, II, P.C. Georgia Lawyer Blog

unemployment and bankruptcy

Unemployment and Bankruptcy Dealing with a job search is bad enough without having to worry about money being tight or debts going unpaid. But unfortunately, financial problems are often a part of unemployment. For many, unemployment causes a financial situation bad enough to lead to bankruptcy. What should you know when it comes to unemployment […]

bankruptcy and death

Death and Bankruptcy Whether you are filing or you know a loved one has recently filed, there are several things you should know about death and bankruptcy. For example, should you worry about what will happen to your family if you die before finishing the bankruptcy process? What if a loved one dies mid-way through […]

bankruptcy and 401k

401k and Bankruptcy A 401k retirement savings plan is one of the primary ways people save for the later years in their life when they won’t be working. It allows you to automatically put money into savings gradually. The deposits are tax-deferred and in most cases, a portion is matched by your employer. It’s easy […]

What is a Bankruptcy Mill?

Bankruptcy Mills Filing for bankruptcy can be one of the best financial decisions you ever make. In order for it to be successful, though, it’s important to work with a reputable professional who can guide you through the process and help you avoid mistakes. A bankruptcy expert can also offer advice on whether or not […]

budget

Student Loan Debt Student loan debt can be one of the most daunting there is. The debt often comes due just a short time after graduation when a person is faced with a variety of stress and pressure to find a job and begin their adult life. It also tends to be tens of thousands […]

facts or myth

4 Bankruptcy Myths Bankruptcy has become more widely accepted, but it is still not without stigma. There are plenty of myths out there and far too many of these myths are accepted as truth about bankruptcy. People hear the myths and allow themselves to be fooled into not filing or postponing filing. This can end […]

Fraud

Avoid Bankruptcy Fraud Most people think of fraud – especially fraud related to financial matters – as something committed by criminals. A person intends to break the law, they break the law, and if everything works out as it should they are punished for their wrongdoing and justice is served. But did you know that […]

Mistakes missing target

Avoiding Mistakes in Bankruptcy Bankruptcy can provide the relief you need when you are drowning in debt, but only if it’s done properly. Too many people leap into bankruptcy only to discover things don’t turn out as they’d hoped. Filing for bankruptcy has specific requirements and when your obligations are not met, the discharge available […]

Personal belongings

How does Bankruptcy Affect Personal Belongings One of the biggest concerns people have when considering bankruptcy is losing everything they own. It’s likely something you’ve considered if you’re struggling financially. The truth is filing for bankruptcy can put some of the things you own at risk, but you aren’t going to lose all of your […]

Should I Reaffirm Any of My Debts?

Reaffirming debts can make a bad situation worse. Reaffirming a debt can help you manage your financial situation, but it’s not a fix-all. In some cases, it can lead to a great deal of stress and make a bad situation worse. How do you know reaffirming a debt is the right option? There are a […]

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