Monthly Archives: March 2017


Tips for Handling the Bankruptcy 341 Meeting

If you have decided to file for bankruptcy, there are several tasks and responsibilities you have. Even a simple Chapter 7 bankruptcy involves a complicated legal procedure in federal court. One of the things you need to understand is the bankruptcy 341 meeting. This is a…

Medical Malpractice Damage Caps Possible in Florida: Is this Unconstitutional?

Thanks to new legislation, doctors who are worried about medical malpractice lawsuits could receive significant relief. While the legislation was approved by a House committee in February of 2017, it is not yet a law in place. If the movement is successful, injured patients may…

Can Your Student Loans be Discharged when You File Bankruptcy?

If you have discovered that the debt you incurred from your student loans is starting to overwhelm you, you are definitely not alone. In fact, according to research, 68% of students who graduate from a public or private college in 2015 had a significant amount…

How to Eliminate Harassing Calls from Your Creditors

If you are facing the unfortunate situation of being behind on your mortgage, car loan, credit cards or other bills, you may also discover that your phone is ringing – all the time. This can be due to debt collection harassment. The goal of this…