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Bankruptcy Attorney Brian Barta > Posts tagged "bankruptcy" (Page 3)

Is Bankruptcy Really A Fresh Start?

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In my 24 years of helping clients in Santa Rosa, California, and throughout Sonoma County, get a fresh financial start I have been reassuring clients, and telling them what a new study by the Federal Reserve Bank of New York has now concluded; people who file bankruptcy do better financially in the long run, than those who don't. Today the biggest financial calamity looming ahead of 50% of people is not their immediate debt, but the inability to save for even a modest retirement.  Money spent on monthly payments for credit card debt, personal loans and revolving debt pays the interest...

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If I File For Bankruptcy Do I Get To Keep My Property?

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One of the first and most frequently asked questions I get as a Sonoma County Bankruptcy Attorney is, “If I file for bankruptcy do I get to keep my property?”  Clients are understandably anxious about losing their car and not being able to get to work, or even more importantly, they want to make sure their home will be safe.  Clients often have substantial retirement accounts that they absolutely cannot lose. Short Answer: Yes The short answer and the good news is, “Yes, you can keep your property if you file for bankruptcy.”  In fact, in the most common type of bankruptcy...

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Improve Your Credit After Bankruptcy

If you are not familiar with the bankruptcy process, you might believe that filing for bankruptcy will ruin your credit forever and make you ineligible for credit cards and mortgages. However, this is simply not the case. Although bankruptcy will affect your credit negatively, its effect is only temporary. With a little effort on your part, you can rebuild your credit and return it to where it was before the bankruptcy (or even make it better). Check your credit scores The first thing to do after your bankruptcy is finalized is to assess the damage to your credit by reviewing your credit...

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