Frequently Asked Questions About Bankruptcy: Answering the Most Common Bankruptcy Questions
Frequently Asked Questions About Bankruptcy: Answering the Most Common Bankruptcy Questions There is a lot of concerns and questions associated with bankruptcy. Many people have the same questions. We have consolidated a lot of the most common bankruptcy questions...
The Meeting of Creditors: What really happens at your Bankruptcy 341?
The Meeting of Creditors: What really happens at your Bankruptcy 341? When any Debtor files bankruptcy, the court schedules a Meeting of Creditors. This hearing is also called a 341. The name is due to the law that requires the meeting; Section 341 of the Bankruptcy...
Bankruptcy Dictionary: Understand the Bankruptcy Terms from A to Z
Bankruptcy is full of complicated terms and new concepts. If you are considering bankruptcy, this guide should help you understand the process.
Debt Consolidation Companies: The Truth About Debt Settlements
Debt settlements do not always work. Debt consolidation companies claim settle debts for less than the full value, but they often fail. Often you should consider debt consolidation vs. bankruptcy when dealing with debt.
Resources for those struggling financially in northern Virginia
COVID-19 has created major financial hardships resulting in unemployment, threat of eviction, food insecurity, unpaid utility bills, medical bills etc. In order to help out, our office compiled a list of Virginia resources for those who need some help with their financial struggles.
Increased Virginia Homestead Exemption
The Virginia Homestead Exemption currently allows homeowners to protect up to $25,000.00 in equity of their primary residence or where their dependents live.