Seattle-Tacoma-Bellevue area Leads Nation in Increase in Foreclosure Activity
Seattle Bankruptcy News Archive
Debtors who file for bankruptcy are often concerned that employers, family members, friends or others will find out that they have filed for bankruptcy. The reality is that outside of notifying all of your creditors so that you can discharge…
Here is a CNN link to an interesting article about home foreclosure fraud
A recent article in the New York Times states that home foreclosures may be delayed in the near future because the legal documents filed with the court may not be proper.
When a debtor files for chapter 7 bankruptcy, any co-signer on an account that is discharged in the bankruptcy will be responsible for the remainder of the debt on the account.
Filing Bankruptcy Can Halt Trademark Litigation
HERE is an interesting article discussing a popular bankruptcy myth, that filing for bankruptcy can hurt your credit more than help it. Many people considering filing bankruptcy are worried about how it will affect their credit score. The truth is…
A recent article in the New York Times states that foreclosure rates are falling, however delinquency’s are on the rise:
order to file bankruptcy, every debtor must complete a credit counseling course. The second circuit recently announced that a bankruptcy may be commenced without the debtor first completing the required credit counseling course