Bankruptcy

HAMP Still Not Performing as Projected

Reports out of the Congressional Oversight Panel have indicated that the HAMP (Home Affordable Modification Program) project has not lived up to expectations. The program, which began in March of 2009, when the Obama Administration published the Making Home Affordable (MHA) Program, gave mortgage services the tools necessary to begin defaulted loan modifications in the […]


How Making More Money Can Drive You Into Debt, and How to Avoid It

You’ve probably heard the stories of those folks who have made vast sums of money and find that with every pay raise and with every pay check their costs increase, their savings diminish and their debt mounts. It seems counter-intuitive, doesn’t it? Why should making more money actually cause a financial burden? One of the […]


Should I Trust My Lawyer’s Advice on a Bankruptcy Counseling Firm?

Bankruptcy Counseling vs. Debtor Education When a person files for bankruptcy under the bankruptcy code, he/she is required to participate in a pre bankruptcy counseling course called credit counseling. After a bankruptcy has been filed, the person must then go through a course called debtor education in order to prove to the bankruptcy court that […]


Eliminating Your Debt in Most Convenient and Creditworthy Way

Eliminating Your Debt in Most Convenient and Creditworthy Way

Debt consolidation has always been beneficial over bankruptcy as far as creditor’s interest is concerned.  Whereas in Chapter 7 or Chapter 13 bankruptcy, creditors get nothing or very little from the debtor, the debt consolidation system shows positive and systematic money management in favor of them. Debt consolidation beneficial for both: Debt consolidation in turn […]


Credit Card Debt – Five Signs You Should Seek Help

Credit Card Debt – Five Signs You Should Seek Help

The Average American has credit card debt balances that are quickly approaching ten thousand dollars. With soaring interest rates increasing the principal substantially, it is little wonder that more and more debtors are filing for bankruptcy every year. Fortunately, there are several debt relief alternatives to bankruptcy that can help you pay off your unsecured […]


The best financial tips would be to give a monthly analysis about your expenses

Some of the best financial tips would be to give a monthly analysis about your expenses. It may be bills, grocery expenses or home rent or fuel for car. Some of the regular expenses that you need to pay on a monthly basis should be calculated and such amount should be kept aside from your […]


What You Don’t Know CAN Hurt You – 5 Bankruptcy Myths

What You Don’t Know CAN Hurt You – 5 Bankruptcy Myths

In the course of my work as a Colorado bankruptcy attorney, I find that there are a lot of common misconceptions that consumers have about personal bankruptcy. Unfortunately, these misconceptions can sometimes cause consumers to make the wrong financial choice, resulting in needless expenses and personal difficulties. Here are the five most common “myths” I’ve […]


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