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  • Ask anybody who has been through a challenging divorce about the day that they finally separated from their ex and they’re likely to say they felt a huge burden lift from their shoulders. Even those who express a sense of sorrow over their marriage ending also acknowledge the physical separation as an important day that represented the start of a new phase in their lives. For those who are contemplating a divorce in these days of quarantine and coronavirus, there is much less of a chance to have that landmark day come any time soon. Many already-unhappy couples are finding …Read More ➡

  • When you applied for your mortgage, you did so based upon your income and assets at the time. That was the same data that your mortgage lender used to approve your mortgage, and when all of the paperwork was done you knew exactly what your monthly payment would be. Though both sides entered that arrangement with the expectation that none of the basics would change, sometimes circumstances intervene and people fall on hard economic times. If that has happened to you, a mortgage modification may be worth your consideration. A mortgage modification allows you to change the terms of your …Read More ➡

  • Custody can be one of the most fraught aspects of divorce for couples that have children. Partners who are angry, hurt, or disappointed at the dissolution of their marriage — or whatever led to the breakdown of the marriage — tend to allow either money or child custody to be the issue through which they express their ire. This outcome is hard on all involved and is especially so when the situation is exacerbated by a crisis. If you and your ex-spouse are struggling with shared custody during the COVID-19 pandemic, you’re certainly not alone, but that doesn’t mean that …Read More ➡

  • It’s hard to find much positive to say about the COVID-19 global pandemic, but one good thing is its timing from a technology perspective. The internet and the advent of advanced communications technology have made it possible for us to keep in touch with loved ones, tp have telemedicine appointments with physicians, and to continue doing business of all kinds, including filing for bankruptcy. Accommodations have been made to previously stringent rules, and that means that doctors are willing to write prescriptions without actually seeing patients, schools are willing to let students take tests without being proctored, and courts are …Read More ➡

  • There’s nothing quite as scary as the unknown, and that is as true of the bankruptcy filing process as of anything else. That’s one of the reasons that it’s smart for anybody considering filing for bankruptcy to consult with an experienced bankruptcy attorney who can explain what is involved and provide invaluable guidance. The good news about bankruptcy is that it is a highly formulaic process. There are steps that need to be followed, and they are entirely predictable. The downside is that they require significant attention to detail, and if you miss a step or make a mistake while …Read More ➡

  • There are certain questions that loom large for people considering filing for bankruptcy, and one of the biggest is whether they will be able to keep their car. The reason for the question’s prevalence is obvious: people need their cars in order to continue going to work, to shop for food, to attend doctors’ appointments, and more. The loss of a vehicle is the loss of freedom, so getting the answer is important.  Unfortunately, there’s no one-size-fits-all response, and a lot of the determination will depend upon the specifics of your situation.  Here’s what you need to know: Filing for …Read More ➡

  • Divorce and bankruptcy are two of the most emotional legal processes that any individual can go through, and as a result, it is a good idea to pursue them one at a time if at all possible. Though it is understandable to want to escape or end a bad marriage quickly, doing so can complicate a bankruptcy proceeding, and potentially make it much harder for the divorce proceedings to move forward quickly. There are several reasons for this: One of the first things to happen when you file for bankruptcy is that an automatic stay is placed on all of …Read More ➡

  • Infidelity is damaging to any marriage and often leads to divorce. In some cases, the affair is the straw that finally breaks the camel’s back in an already faltering marriage, while in others the innocent spouse is caught entirely off guard and is simply too heartbroken or angry for reconciliation to occur. Whether you fall into one of those camps or somewhere between, it’s a good idea to be aware of how infidelity will impact the various aspects of your divorce proceedings. Though people assume it will have a big impact on standing in the court’s eyes, in most cases …Read More ➡

  • When you get married, you see nothing but possibilities. But when your marriage falls apart and you start considering divorce, the idea of having an amicable relationship with your spouse probably feels like an impossibility. Keeping an open line of communications and minimizing animosity is not only doable – it is also important, especially if you have children together. To limit the nastiness and keep things amicable going forward, here are five important tips: Think beyond yourself – It is easy when you are divorcing to only think about how your split will impact you. The economic, emotional and logistical …Read More ➡

  • When paying your mortgage debt is beyond your means and you are facing the possibility of foreclosure, there are a couple of options available to you. These include allowing the foreclosure to happen; proceeding with a short sale; and filing for bankruptcy. Deciding which is the best choice for you can be a challenge, especially if you are interested in maintaining or rebuilding your credit score.  Let’s look at the factors that you should consider. There’s no doubt that choosing any of these options will hit your credit score hard. Most short sales and foreclosures will drop your credit score …Read More ➡

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