What Should You Look For When Find Searching For A Bankruptcy Attorney?


The thought of filing for bankruptcy can be overwhelming. If you’re already in the process of considering it, there’s a good chance you’re already stressed and overwhelmed with the burdens that your debt is unwillingly providing for you. When you think about hiring the right attorney to help alleviate your stress and care for your … Read More

Child Support, Bankruptcy And The Start Of A New School Year


Can you believe it’s already August? It feels like we just blinked and summer disappeared. Pretty soon school buses will hit our roads in Georgia to pick up the kids and deliver them to and from school. If you’re wondering what your child’s first day of school is, here is a list of many schools … Read More

Homestead Exemption


If you’re at the unfortunate place in your life when you need to file for personal bankruptcy there are two options for your protection. Chapter 7 involves the elimination of unsecured debt. With Chapter 13 you may reorganize your debt into manageable payments to avoid high interest rates. When choosing which one of these options … Read More

Your Mindset For Conquering Your Student Loans


Your mindset that you carry with you in regards to your student loans is important. George R. Belche, Attorney at Law, can help guide you through a process of not only eliminating your student loan debt, but also eliminating self-doubt in the process. Student loans are somewhat unique due to the fact that they are … Read More

The Power Of Your “Yes” And Your “No”

Words matter. Choosing them well and wisely is important. The powerful words you carry in your tool belt of words are useful to you in your daily life. Some of the most powerful words you hold are “yes” and “no.” These words carry a heavy decisive weight for you. Choosing when to say “yes” to … Read More

Is Tax Debt Making You Dread April 15th?


April 15th is quickly approaching. How are you feeling right now? Are you relieved you started your filing early and your taxes are filed, and you’re feeling pretty good about yourself right now? Or maybe you’re already busy spending your return money on a spring break trip to remember. Or could it be that you’re … Read More

Losing: Your Guide to Filing for Bankruptcy After You Lose Your Job


Congratulations to our beloved Atlanta Falcons this year in the Super Bowl! You make our city proud with your amazing effort. Falcons may have lost, and perhaps you’ve just lost your job. If this is the case, you may be considering filing for bankruptcy. You may be feeling like you will be unable to make … Read More

What Is Involved In a Means Test?


The word “test” never really sparks feelings of excitement and anticipation. Tests usually cause stress, tension and uncertainty. When it comes to bankruptcy, there may come a time for something called a Means Test. New personal bankruptcy laws were passed in 2005 that made it more difficult to file for debt liquidation through Chapter 7 … Read More

“We Must Accept Finite Disappointment, But Never Lose Infinite Hope.”

On Monday, January 16th, we celebrate and honor Martin Luther King Jr. who said, “We must accept finite disappointment, but never lose infinite hope.” He is remembered for his active and dynamic leadership that was highlighted by his nonviolent tactics to help propel the Civil Rights Movement in the United States. At age 35, he … Read More

Budgeting Your Holiday Spending

Whether you’re recovering from filing for bankruptcy, or trying to avoid filing, this time of year can be a struggle for many Americans. With holidays like Christmas, Hanukah, Kwanzaa and Ramadan, the tendency is to spend more money than you have. During these times spending money can be confused for celebrating. It’s always a good … Read More