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Category Archives: Bankruptcy

  • Don’t Let Divorce Turn Into Bankruptcy

    Posted By David Hernandez || May 19, 2014

    Going through divorce is challenging on a number of levels. You’re separating your life from the life of someone you used to love very much. Depending on your situation, you may be dealing with feelings of guilt. If the divorce is less than amicable, you may be struggling to handle that plus your normal 9-to-5 job. And if children are ...
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  • Rebuilding Credit after Bankruptcy

    Posted By David Hernandez || May 16, 2014

    The decision to file bankruptcy is a difficult one. For many individuals, it can feel as if they’ve decided to do something bad or even criminal. There may be feelings of guilt or failure. It doesn’t help matters that bankruptcy can damage one’s credit score. Rebuilding a credit score after bankruptcy can seem as daunting as paying off the debt ...
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  • Bankruptcy Mystery at New York Wine Storage Business

    Posted By David Hernandez || January 3, 2014

    As a Brooklyn, New York bankruptcy attorney, I have seen many people climb out from under the extraordinary weight of extreme debt through the help of bankruptcy. Once in awhile, however, a story will grab my attention. A one-time financial advisor and publisher of rare art prints in New York has been seeking protection from creditors in bankruptcy court for ...
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  • Recent Decline in National and New York Bankruptcy Filings

    Posted By David Hernandez || July 29, 2011

    Despite the economic downturn, recently a rather surprising statistic was announced, June ended with a decline in bankruptcy filings. This dip is welcomed news after a long stretch of the same old depressing economic downward spiral. The drop in filed bankruptcies was a fairly impressive 6.2 percent drop from May, and an even better 10 percent decrease compared to June ...
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