Possible Bankruptcy Alternatives


If you’re staring bankruptcy in the face you may think it’s your only option. It can be a bit scary to consider what needs done to file for it and also what the ramifications of that filing may be. However, there may be other alternatives for you when you consider filing. Loan Modification If you … Read More

Heading To College This Fall? Making A Solid Plan For Paying For It.


“I mean, if somebody said to me, junior year of college, you can go anywhere, your old man’s paying for it, I’d have been gone in a flash. But I had to work. Every summer my mother would say, ‘Get that job and hold on to it until August 30.’” – Chris Matthews Are you … Read More

“Will I Ever Be Able To Buy A House After I File For Bankruptcy?”


If you’ve been asking yourself this question, let George R. Belche help you answer that question by giving you a simple, “yes” answer. That is the most basic way to answer your question, however, as with all things, there is a lot involved in buying a house after you file for bankruptcy. The more specific … Read More

When Your Medical Bills Are Too Heavy To Bear


If your medical bills are and healthcare costs are too heavy of a weight to bear, you’re not alone. According to Gallup in December 2016 “Four in 10 U.S. Dissatisfied with their healthcare costs.” In addition, it states that Americans who have Medicare or Medicaid are among the least dissatisfied. Dissatisfaction is highest among the … Read More

Car Repossession


If you feel like you’re on the verge of having your car repossessed, here are some things to keep in mind if it actually does happen to you. In some states, repossessions are not permitted. In the state of Georgia, it is permitted. Georgia gives the lender that financed your vehicle an avenue to recoup … Read More


A trustee is an important part of a bankruptcy. If you are ready to file, or considering Chapter 7 or Chapter 13 bankruptcy, save yourself time, money and worry and put your case in the hands of an experienced and caring bankruptcy lawyer. Below is a list of information about a trustee when it comes … Read More

How To Find The Right Bankruptcy Attorney That’s Just Right For You


Finding the right bankruptcy attorney that is just right for you can be tricky. Some lawyers have clever advertising, however that information is not enough to determine if a bankruptcy lawyer is right for you or not. It’s important to broaden your sources of information during your search. Here are a few suggestions that will … Read More

Bankruptcy and Divorce


Divorce is messy. Even for couples that try to keep it peaceful, simple and easy, it’s difficult. If you add in a component of hurts, lies, cheating or secrets, divorce is even messier. If you’ve experienced a messy divorce, we’re sorry. We know it must have been, and still could possibly be very difficult for … Read More

Save First

As you begin 2018, it’s a good idea to reset or give a fresh start to your financial goals for eliminating or avoiding debt. One important goal for your new year budgeting to prevent bankruptcy is to save money first. This is a simple concept of putting money into your savings account first and then … Read More

Are Your Holidays About Collection Or Distribution?


The giving of gifts marks this holiday season. Everyone loves giving away special gifts to loved ones, and watching their faces as they receive your gift with joy and delight. Do you plan to give great gifts this season? If not, are you dreading the fact that others want to collect from you instead? Are … Read More