As an Altamonte Springs bankruptcy attorney, not a month goes by that I have filed a bankruptcy and the client sends me a page from their credit report showing that “so and so is still reporting this debt on my credit report!” My response is generally: don’t worry about it… yet. 99 times out of 100, it will get corrected on its own. A chapter 7, which most people file, is filed and discharged (completed) [...]
With Disney laying off over 25,000 employees, and the airlines seeming to be going in the same direction, it appears Orlando is going to be feeling some serious employment problems in the future. Before you find new employment might be the best time to file bankruptcy if you have been hanging on by a thread in maintaining your debt payments. And now could not be an easier time to file for chapter 7 bankruptcy in [...]
Orlando attorney Lewis Roberts explains Business Bankruptcy vs Personal Bankruptcy.
Is Now A Good Time To File Bankruptcy? In these uncertain times with the Covid-19 pandemic, you might be wondering if now is a good time to file a bankruptcy. First of all, you should take care of your family and yourself. Orlando Florida Bankruptcy Attorney Lewis Roberts explains... Yes, it may be a good time to file for bankruptcy, or in the near future. If you are out work, it may be easier to [...]
Student loans make it possible for millions of people to attend college every year. By the time it’s all said and done, Florida residents may have several loans with various interest rates to pay back. This is an expensive proposition for the majority of borrowers. I often help clients deal with their federal student loans through the process of Florida Student Loan Consolidation. Although rolling multiple small loans into a single one can help make [...]
If you are trying to make ends meet despite overwhelming credit card debt, unexpected medical expenses or as the result of reduced income, you may be considering bankruptcy. One of the questions most people have is, “Can I keep my house if I file for bankruptcy?” Thanks to the Mortgage Modification Mediation Program (MMM), this is a possibility for many Seminole County residents. Altamonte Springs bankruptcy attorney Lewis Roberts can help you. Almost 2,000 people [...]