In Utah a bankruptcy can help you in several ways, but it’s important to note that it’s not a one-size-fits-all solution, and it should be carefully considered before making a decision.
According to a recent article in the New York Times there is a tsunami wave of foreclosures and evictions about to occur in this country due to the Covid-19 pandemic. Up until this point, government aid has kept a dozen million Americans in their homes, but that cushion won’t last forever. Polls and surveys show that in the next few months it’s estimated that 2 million Americans will be evicted from their homes and apartments for the next several month.
Here a FIVE HACKS to get the money to do your Utah bankruptcy. Fortunately, you probably have more funds available to you than you realize. Past clients have found enough money to pay for their bankruptcy from the following sources:
Can a person file bankruptcy without ever going to court? If you file bankruptcy you are required to attend something called the meeting of creditors or Section 341 meeting. This is a proceeding at which the debtor testifies under oath that the information contained in their bankruptcy filing is accurate. In most jurisdictions the 341… Continue reading Can I file bankruptcy without going to court?
When considering to file bankruptcy who to contact is a big deal. Since bankruptcy is most likely one of the bigger financial decisions you will make in your life finding the right attorney to help is important. When your filing make the decision to consider bankruptcy who to contact is the logical next decision. You’ll… Continue reading Bankruptcy who to contact
Some people come to see their income tax refunds as a yearly bonus. In reality these refunds are usually caused by a taxpayer having paid too much in taxes during the past year. Sometimes people have even come to rely upon these refunds for planned yearly spending to catch up on bills, go on vacation,… Continue reading Tax refunds and bankruptcy