Why Bankruptcy Attorneys Cannot Accept Monthly Payments for Their Fees

After your Chapter 7 bankruptcy petition has been filed, your attorney may not accept any further payments from you for your legal fees.
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Keeping Your Retirement Accounts in Bankruptcy

A bankruptcy attorney will assist you in keeping your retirement accounts safe from the bankruptcy trustee.
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Why You Need an Attorney for Bankruptcy Filing

A bankruptcy attorney assists you in having the most possible debt discharged while also keeping the most exempt property.
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Things to Do Prior to Filing for Bankruptcy

There are things you can do prior to filing for bankruptcy which will ease the process and provide you all the benefits available under the Bankruptcy Code.
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What Not to Do Prior to Filing for Bankruptcy

Things you absolutely must not do prior to filing for bankruptcy.
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How to File For Protection of Certain Assets

Attach Schedule C to your Bankruptcy Petition to keep assets from being sold by the trustee.
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Bankruptcy and Taxes

Income tax debts may be discharged in bankrupty if certain criteria are met.
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Seven Questions to Ask Yourself When Considering Bankruptcy

Important questions to ask before deciding to file for bankruptcy.
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Bankruptcy and Foreclosure

Filing for bankruptcy under Chapters 7 or 13 will postpone foreclosure proceedings and may allow you to keep your home.
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Chapter 7 or Chapter 13: Choosing the Option That Is Right For You

Whether Chapter 7 or 13 Bankruptcy is the best for you depends on your income, type of debt you have and whether you want to keep certain assets.
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