Bankruptcy Can Protect CARES ACT Stimulus Check Payments From Creditors

Stimulus Check  Payments Are Not Protected From Creditors We all anxiously await the first round of Stimulus Check payments from the government. But Congress did not protect these funds from collections by Creditors. Therefore, if a creditor (someone to whom you owe money) has the right to collect from you, they can take your CARES ACT stimulus payment from your bank account (and garnish your wages and place liens on other assets). For most creditors, the ability to take money [...]

2021-07-25T18:15:39-07:00April 16th, 2020|

Bankruptcy, Like Butter, Is Good For You

For decades we were (incorrectly) told that butter was bad for us and, instead, we should eat artificial hydrogenated oils contained in margarine. That was until doctors, following the lead of knowledgeable nutritionists and holistic health professionals, figured out that the margarine caused  heart and health problems and that butter and saturated fats are, actually, really nutritious. As one example, see this NY Times opinion piece on how the tide is turning for butter. Bankruptcy May Be Good For You--Really It [...]

2021-08-26T18:40:13-07:00March 3rd, 2015|

Why Ignoring Bills And Debts Can Lead To Worse Problems Learn Your Options

ignoring your bills can have dire consequences. Timely "treating" financial problems is not much different than treating Cancer. Early detection and treatment can make all the difference.

2021-08-14T12:49:58-07:00November 12th, 2012|
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