Rebuilding Your Credit after Bankruptcy
Obviously, the idea is to file once and get it right so that you never have to file again. Here are some tips on reestablishing your credit rating so that you can make bankruptcy filing truly a financial turning point and a fresh start: Apply for gas credit cards and store cards at businesses where you would normally just pay cash. Pay charges back in full each month or at least pay in a timely manner. Do not carry large balances on th
Help!, I've fallen and can't get up. We all remember this line from an old t.v. commercial where an elderly person has physically fallen, is unable to get off the ground by herself, and unable to reach the telephone to call for help. This is not about a physical fall, but finding yourself hopelessly in debt is no picnic either. If you cannot afford to pay your debts, it is very likely a Bankruptcy can help you. Please call our office, Freire & Gonzalez, P.A., (305) 826-1
In an unpresedented move, President Obama signed an Executive Order forgiving all credit card debt, medical bills and deficiencies owed to all who can establish that they are insolvent. The test for insolvency will vary from State to State but could help thousands of people get a head start on life by allowing them to get their finances in order. The Republican lead Congress quickly voiced their opposition to what they claim can only be accomplished by an Act of Congress.