Don't Go Alone: A Bankruptcy Law Blog


This blog presents bankruptcy advice from a legal perspective. Since bankruptcy itself is a form of litigation. it is quite resourceful to read up on some of the ins and outs of how courts and lawyers handle bankruptcy. You can also find information on other legal matters pertaining to bankruptcy, such as divorce and child support payments.

3-D Printed Firearm Leads to Jail Time
by Justin Kelsey over 3 years ago
Matthew Trask Accepts Position with Remington Arms Company, LLC
by Justin Kelsey over 3 years ago

On the Bankruptcy Soapbox


Cathy Moran is a veteran bankruptcy lawyer in Silicon Valley, California. On the Bankruptcy Soapbox is her outlet for expressing her views, rants, advocate positions, and muses on bankruptcy and the state of the world. The blog is sort of a complement to her website, Bankruptcy in Brief, where she tries to be more factual and objective.

Google & Me
by Cathy Moran over 4 years ago
Surefire Steps To Avoid Bankruptcy
by Cathy Moran over 4 years ago

Nolo's Bankruptcy & Foreclosure Blog


This blog is one of Nolo's many blogs, all focused on law, finances, and similar topics. The bankruptcy and foreclosure blog provides lots of little known facts concerning the filing of bankruptcy and what it means to be bankrupt.

Ask Mr. Credit Card


Many people go into debt and end up filing bankruptcy due to mismanagement of their credit cards. Mr. Credit Card helps you understand credit cards by offering research on the best and worst credit cards to have in terms of interest, spending limits, and several other factors.

Orlando Bankruptcy Law Blog


Everything you need to know about Chapter 7 and Chapter 13 bankruptcy in Orlando, FL. Even if you aren't a Florida resident, the blog also has general information on debt consolidation and how to deal with creditors.

Business Depreciation of Homestead Jeopardizes Bankruptcy Exemption
by Jonathan Alper about 4 years ago
Recipient of Fraudulent Transferred Property Can Recoup Some Expenses
by Jonathan Alper over 4 years ago

Start Fresh Today Bankruptcy Blog


This blog was designed to help bankruptcy attorneys navigate the new bankruptcy code and to encourage them to utilize the resources at StartFreshToday.com--a website that provides access to all the tools needed to streamline the complex bankruptcy filing process. If you are a bankruptcy attorney or wondering how they handle the labyrinth paper work for their clients, take a look at this blog.

Student Loans and Bankruptcy: (Almost) Everything You Need to Know
over 4 years ago
Vital Tips To Consider When Filing For Bankruptcy
over 4 years ago

Credit Slips


Credit and bankruptcy are the focus of this blog. The law professors and other academics contributing to this site enjoy discussing and debating issues surrounding the process and financial institutions behind borrowing money. An understanding of the legal policies of credit and bankruptcy is useful in corporate finance.

I Can't Give Everything Away
by Stephen Lubben over 2 years ago
The Financial Lives of Undocumented Immigrants
by Pamela Foohey over 2 years ago

Bankruptcy Law Network


A diverse and unaffiliated group of bankruptcy lawyers and consumer advocates contribute to this blog to make it a one-stop location for bankruptcy news and information. Anyone with specific questions on their financial situation can contact the contributors.

Will I Lose My Security Clearance if I File Bankruptcy?
by Brett Weiss, Esq. almost 4 years ago
Another Appeals Court Approves 2nd Mortgage Stripping in Chapter 20 Cases
by Craig Andresen, Minneapolis, MN, Bankruptcy Attorney about 4 years ago

Bankruptcy Mastery


Bankruptcy Mastery is an experienced and qualified bankruptcy lawyer's way of passing on her hard-won knowledge and understanding of the way things work in bankrupt court. She will help you to be a successful and effective consumer bankruptcy lawyer, and will probably expose you to aspects of bankruptcy law that you hadn't previously know existed.

All You Need To Know To Help Clients With Tax Troubles
by Cathy Moran, Esq. over 3 years ago
When Laws Collide, You Need The Right Word
by Cathy Moran, Esq. over 3 years ago

Michigan Bankruptcy Lawyer


This blog is all about Chapter 7 and Chapter 13 consumer bankruptcy in Michigan. Different states have different laws regarding bankruptcy and filing bankruptcy, and this blog is a great place to start if you're curious as to how Michigan's bankruptcy laws are similar or different from your home state.

Arizona Bankruptcy Attorney Blog


Arizona bankruptcy lawyer Joseph C. McDaniel shares the best quality bankruptcy information and best bankruptcy resources, including Chapter 7, 13, 11, and 12. Most of his clients come from several cities in Arizona.

Fair Debt Collection Practices Act Blog


If you are going through a difficult financial time, it is critical to understand your rights and to know that creditors are required to collect debts legally and fairly. This blog provides lots of great information and resources on the Fair Debt Collection Practices Act--a United States statute added in 1978 to promote fair debt collection and to provide consumers with an avenue for disputing and obtaining validation of debt information in order to ensure the information's accuracy.

A Texas Bankruptcy Lawyer's Blog


This blog highlights case updates and commentaries of interest to Texas bankruptcy lawyers. The blogger is a bankruptcy lawyer from Austin, TX and posts current cases or issues that are legally significant or just make for a good story.

Creative Lawyers Thwarted in ASARCO Workaround Attempts
by Steve Sather over 2 years ago
Fifth Circuit Report: Oct.-Dec. 2015
by Steve Sather over 2 years ago

Kansas Bankruptcy Information


Mark and Jill, the contributors to this blog as well as Topeka's only consumer bankruptcy law specialists, understand what it means to go through hard times, and they are committed to helping anyone who is going through financial turmoil. The blog is warm, welcoming, and friendly and the information it provides will help you to get the fresh start that only federal bankruptcy laws can give you.

Kansas Bankruptcy Means Test Changes November 1 – Mixed Message
by Jill Michaux over 2 years ago
tax transcript
by Jill Michaux about 3 years ago

Long Island Bankruptcy Blog


This blog was created by Craig Robins, a Long Island bankruptcy lawyer who is primarily focused on helping individuals and families find solutions to their debt problems. Posts on the blog range from bankruptcy crime to the benefits of bankruptcy to bankruptcy humor.

One Mint


One Mint is dedicated to helping you make better financial decisions. The blogger writes about things related to personal finance, technology, and economics that will help others make better decisions with their money.

Budget 2016 Announcements
by Shiv Kukreja over 2 years ago
HUDCO 7.69% Tax-Free Bonds – Tranche II – March 2016 Issue
by Shiv Kukreja over 2 years ago

Smart Balance Transfers Credit Card Blog


The goal of this blog is to help you save money with credit cards. The blogger strives to use the insights he's gained during the six plus years spent in the credit card industry to help people better understand credit card offers and, hopefully, how to use them to their advantage.

Discover Expands Free FICO Score Offer
by Jason Steele over 4 years ago
Is The Discover it® Card Best In Class?
by Jason Steele over 4 years ago

Bad Credit Blog


Bad Credit Blog is a useful guide to anyone who has a low credit rating. At Bad Credit Blog, you will learn how to get a credit loan with a low credit rating, apply for home loans, refinance mortgage and much more.

The current state of the mortgage market
by Allison K.Watkins over 4 years ago
“The economist who predicted the financial crisis”: who is he?
by Allison K.Watkins over 4 years ago

Love in the Time of Foreclosure


Two people deep in debt while still working their way out of it share their journey as they overcome their financial struggle and maintain their love for one another. Visit the blog to find out how, despite foreclosure, these two souls are even happier than before.

Scott Lanin's NY Foreclosure Law Blog


Scott Lanin is the managing attorney of Lanin Law P.C., a New York Professional Corporation Law Firm located in Midtown Manhattan near Times Square. His blog provides solutions and strategies for mortgage problems, bankruptcy concerns, foreclosures, and more.

Why thousands of homeowners are getting money for mortgage abuses they never suffered
by admin about 4 years ago
CPLR 3408 – Good Faith In Mandatory Foreclosure Settlement Conferences
by admin over 4 years ago

Bankruptcy Case Blog


The Bankruptcy Case Blog is a forum in which the American Bankruptcy Institute Law Review staffers provide contemporary research on cutting-edge bankruptcy issues and cases. Each post is the product of extensive research and explains how the issue is relevant to the larger discourse of bankruptcy law.

Funds Transferred From a Client Trust Account Can Be “Property of the Debtor” That Is Subject to a Fraudulent Transfer Claim
by mdiaz over 4 years ago
Should Post-Confirmation Review of the Debtor’s Disposable Income Analysis Be a Basis for an Upward Modification?
by mdiaz over 4 years ago

Chapter 7 and 13 Bankruptcy Blog


Articles on this blog are written by Victoria Ring, a certified paralegal and bankruptcy training instructor. Article categories include bankruptcy case reviews, bankruptcy petition tips, and frequently asked questions about bankruptcy.

WSJ Reports- Bankruptcy Judge Sends a Message to Bank of America
by Kelly Thrasher over 4 years ago

San Jose Bankruptcy Law Blog


Gemma V. Reyes, attorney at law, is the blogger behind the San Jose Bankruptcy Law Blog. She specializes in chapter 7 and 13 bankruptcy law. The blog covers a multitude of topics including personal bankruptcy, wage garnishment, credit card debt, and foreclosure.