Bankruptcy is a mechanism governed by federal law which allows individuals or corporations to obtain relief from debts that they cannot afford to pay.
Under Chapter 7, the debtor’s assets / personal property are liquidated /sold and the proceeds are used to pay creditors.
Chapter 13 bankruptcy typically applies to individuals who have enough money to pay their living expenses, but not enough income to completely/promptly pay other outstanding debts.
An experienced bankruptcy attorney can assist you in finding a fresh start.
Today, the Department of Education announced that it does not plan to implement new rules designed to protect students in online degree programs from being taken advantage of by schools that load students up with debt but offer useless degrees. The “Program Integrity and Improvement” rules (also known as the “State Authorization of Distance…
It is never too late to donate food for all the children in Sarasota/Manatee county who go hungry throughout the year and especially in the hot summer. Campaign Against Summer Hunger is 365 days orf the year.
Sherry F. Ellis has been interested in helping improve other people's lives since she her early days as Director of one the Adolescent Chemical Unit at a local Residential Psychiatric Facility ...