Bankruptcy & Your Credit Score

The current economy, along with the weak housing market has left millions of Americans subsidizing their incomes with their credit cards.  This is causing mounds of debt to be accrued for many people, with no way to get ahead financially.   It’s no surprise that the number of people filing for bankruptcy is up, and rising.  […]

Foreclosures Cause Home Prices to Drop

The price of homes in the United States has continued to plummet in the first three months of 2011, falling 4.6% since the end of 2010. According to the National Association of Realtors (NAR) the median price of a single family home has dropped to $158,700. Houses were not the only properties to suffer a […]

Do You Believe You Have Been a Victim of Wrongful Termination?

It is a sad reality that the tough economy has caused many layoffs and a considerable amount of Americans became unemployed overnight; however, oftentimes, an individual may be terminated or fired for the wrong reasons. Being laid off can be devastating for the employee and for his/her family, and end up in a financial disaster […]

Top 10 Bankruptcy Myths

Bankruptcy is a subject that many people discuss, but not many people really understand. Few people, aside from those who have filed before, know the true ins and outs of the bankruptcy process. Many times, urban myths about bankruptcy keep people from filing for bankruptcy due to the fear of what’s going to happen to […]

How to Properly Handle Your DUI Case in Los Angeles

The various meanings of DUI DUI stands for “Driving Under the Influence” and refers to driving under the influence of alcohol or controlled substances, such as prescribed medications. Certain over-the-counter medications can interfere with a person’s ability to operate a motor vehicle safely as well. The specific criminal offense may also be called, depending on […]

American Apparel Struggles to Avoid Bankruptcy

American Apparel is a popular apparel company based in Los Angeles, California. The retail-clothing distributor currently employs approximately 10,000 people globally, 5,000 of which are in Los Angeles. American Apparel operates more than 285 retail stores in 20 countries. They announced last week that in an effort to avoid declaring Chapter 11 bankruptcy, they are […]


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