Before You File Bankruptcy

Bankruptcy is a declaration of person or business of a legal status of inability to pay creditors. Involuntary bankruptcy and voluntary bankruptcy are to two types. Involuntary is filed by a creditor or creditors in an attempt to recover money that is owed to them. An involuntary bankruptcy petition may not be filed against an individual consumer debtor who is not engaged in business. On the other hand, voluntary is initiated by the debtor. Read more [...]

Can You Still Qualify For A Mortgage After Filing Bankruptcy?

Most people think that it's not possible to obtain a home loan after you have applied for bankruptcy. Yes, it is a challenging process but not impossible by any means. In order to secure a mortgage after filing bankruptcy you need to; wait, make sure that your credit accounts appear as discharged in the bankruptcy on your credit reports, rebuild your credit and maintain steady work within the same field. Read more [...]