Free Credit Education for Clients

At Eron Epstein Bankruptcy Attorney, we know that your bankruptcy is only part of your concern: You also want to get back to a normal life. This includes rebuilding your credit score to 720 as fast as possible. Full Article +

Free Credit Education for Clients2017-06-29T20:32:44+00:00

Bankruptcy Discharge Myths

Bankruptcy promises a financial “fresh start,” an opportunity to start over without the burdens of oppressive debt. The debtor obtains a fresh start from a discharge of debts at the end of his or her bankruptcy case. Unfortunately, there is a lot of bad information being passed around about the scope of the bankruptcy discharge. Full Article +

Bankruptcy Discharge Myths2017-06-29T20:32:12+00:00

Don’t Break the Bank!

9 Simple Ways to Save Money. We have all been there something unfortunate happens that costs a lot of money, and you do not have any savings to help with the situation. Sometimes the hardest thing about saving money is getting started. It can be difficult figuring out simple ways to save money that is Full Article +

Don’t Break the Bank!2017-06-29T20:07:10+00:00

Till Debt Do Us Part. Does Divorce + Bankruptcy = Happiness?

The number of personal bankruptcies has fluctuated over the years, but still, a number of filers are divorced. Having to get a divorce is a hard-enough decision. Getting stuck with a bunch of debt’s that you cannot pay is even worse. Let’s face it. It goes without saying that getting a divorce does not make Full Article +

Till Debt Do Us Part. Does Divorce + Bankruptcy = Happiness?2017-06-02T15:19:27+00:00

Lucky #7

Seven Reasons to File for a Bankruptcy Declaring bankruptcy is always going to be a hard decision. But if done the right way and at the right time it can save you money, preserve your peace of mind, and get you out of a financial hole. If your debt is spiraling out of control, don’t Full Article +

Lucky #72017-03-17T17:42:12+00:00

When Your Credit Card Company Sues

Personal credit cards are relatively easy to obtain, but credit card debt can get quickly out of control. Just one missed payment can damage your credit. If you are unable to pay your monthly payments, your card company may close your account, declare the debt defaulted, and raise your interest rate (often to 28% or Full Article +

When Your Credit Card Company Sues2017-03-03T01:26:06+00:00
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