29
June

Surviving Bankruptcy: How to Rebuild Your Life After Bankruptcy

Have you ever wondered what it’s like to go bankrupt? Well, let’s just say that it’s not a very pleasant experience at all. But, if you do happen to experience filing for bankruptcy, just know that there are ways you can recover from it. Of course, one of the first things you should do, especially when you’re in Baltimore, is to hire a bankruptcy lawyer before everything else. However, once you end up losing a lot more than you bargained for, there isn’t really much else you can do. Continue Reading »

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30
May

Debt in Everyday and Corporate Life, and the Key to Avoiding the Debt Problem

Baltimore’s bankruptcy lawyers actually have a part to play in settling large amounts of unpaid and overdue debt both in the individual and corporate levels. Read this blog to learn more about debt and the key on how to actually turn debt into a good thing. Continue Reading »

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27
April

A Primer on Bankruptcy: Definition, Causes, the Financial Danger Zone, Your Car and Bankruptcy

Bankruptcy 101 Filing for a bankruptcy can be an incredibly intimidating task for most people, especially the inexperienced. There’s nothing to be feared! You can get assistance from Baltimore’s bankruptcy lawyer: Richard Hackerman. Let’s do a quick crash course on the fundamentals of bankruptcy. Bankruptcy is defined as “a legal status of an individual or entity wherein they cannot repay debts to their creditors.” Bankruptcy is often initiated by the debtor, and in most jurisdictions is imposed by a court order. Basically, you’re legally stating that you’re unable to pay your debts. You might be wondering: “Why do people declare bankruptcy?” and “How does declaring bankruptcy help me?” It’s simple: People find themselves in a rut (financially, personally, socially) that … Continue Reading »

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22
March

Pitfalls of Trying to Handle Bankruptcy without a Baltimore Bankruptcy Attorney

In some instances, people file for bankruptcy because they do not fully understand what it can or cannot do, or they simply do not know what their alternatives are. Some scary situations may force a person to file even when they don’t really need to. Continue Reading »

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24
January

How to Work with Your Baltimore Bankruptcy Lawyer

Before I start, let me remind you that it is never, I repeat– never, a good idea to handle bankruptcy on your own! Yes, doing it yourself may save you a buck or two at the start; however, if you’ve got no idea about how bankruptcy truly works then you’re in for a very nasty surprise which might make you screw things up pretty bad. So bad that you’ll come out worse off than you started with in the first place. So, unless you’re an expert yourself, just hire a Baltimore bankruptcy lawyer to take care of it. Continue Reading »

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28
December

‘Bankruptcy’ Is Not a Bad Word!

Being in debt doesn’t bring up the best of feelings! You get paranoid every time you see those dreaded names popping up on your phone whenever you get a phone call. Even something as simple as checking the mail becomes a test of courage. Sleeping at night becomes nearly impossible as thoughts of how you to pay your debt plagues your every thought. Being in debt entails dealing with a lot of stress especially if you owe a huge amount of money you know you cannot pay. However, as a Baltimore bankruptcy lawyer, I can tell you that it is not the end of the world. You might not believe it, but a chance to start afresh is not out … Continue Reading »

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