Debt is a normal part of life for many Landover residents. They may have secured debts, such as those attached to their motor vehicles or homes.
The man, who is in a stable condition in hospital, has potentially life-changing injuries after the overnight attack in Garvagh, County Londonderry. He was shot in the arms and legs.
People in Maryland may hesitate to file for bankruptcy. They may fear doing so will brand them as financially irresponsible for years to come.
The economy has been struggling over the past year, but the pain is not spread equally. A lot of Maryland residents have been out of work, while investors and others have been making huge gains. In this kind of situation, personal finances can change and the best laid plans can quickly unravel. If you entered […]
Given the ongoing health crisis and the financial challenges many people in Maryland and across the nation are facing, there has been a long-held expectation that bankruptcy filings would skyrocket. According to the statistics, that has not happened. In fact, there has been a record reduction in bankruptcy filings. Still, people who have managed to […]
Deciding whether to file for Chapter 7 or Chapter 13 bankruptcy can be difficult, as each option has its own advantages and disadvantages. Before you make your decision, you should know that not everyone is eligible for Chapter 7 bankruptcy. Only people that pass the bankruptcy means test will be eligible for Chapter 7 bankruptcy. […]
A difficult year has left millions of Americans in limbo with limited resources, unpaid bills or job losses. Some are facing wage garnishment, foreclosure or eviction, and their options for getting out of debt are also starting to seem very limited. Some people will consider bankruptcy when they can no longer make their monthly mortgage […]
Marylanders who fall behind on their house payments may have alternatives to filing for bankruptcy. Unfortunately, though, for a number of reasons, sometimes these alternatives are not realistic. For example, the bank may simply have no interest in working out a deal with the borrower. It is therefore important for families in Prince George’s County […]
Financial problems impact Maryland residents for diverse reasons. Unemployment and underemployment hurt families during tough economic times, and unexpected medical bills can quickly wipe out savings for individuals with health crises. Others may simply make bad decisions with their assets and may struggle to stay afloat as they move into the future. No matter the […]
Many residents of Maryland who are in financial difficulty have considered the possibility of filing a petition for relief under Chapter 7 of the Bankruptcy Code, but they are dissuaded from doing so by fear of harm to their financial reputation and their standing in the community. Many of these would-be debtors are unaware of […]