Bankruptcy Basics – Understanding Chapter 7

Chapter 7 bankruptcy is commonly referred to as the "liquidation chapter." Despite the name, most people who file are able to keep all of their assets and nothing is liquidated. Liquidation only occurs if an asset cannot be exempted in full. More on exemptions below....

Credit repair after bankruptcy

Once a person in Pennsylvania has made the choice to file for bankruptcy and what type of plan is best for them, their concerns might turn to how they can move forward financially once the bankruptcy is over. This is logical as a fresh financial future is ultimately...

Are parents liable for a child’s DUI?

It would be nice if everyone waited until they were 21 before drinking alcohol. However, many teens experiment while in high school and college and end up drinking well before they should. According to recent data, approximately 30 percent of teens between the...

Is bankruptcy right for me?

When a hard-working Pennsylvanian like you finds yourself buried in debt so deep that you don't know how to get back on your feet, , is here to help. Filing for bankruptcy has a stigma surrounding it, but the truth is, it's a viable and...