How To Improve Your Credit After Bankruptcy

After bankruptcy, you want to fix your financial situation as quickly as possible. Bankruptcy can remain on your record for up to 10 years and may cause your FICO credit score to go down into the 400's.  Still, there are steps you can take to rebuild your credit and increase your FICO score, and if you can get it to 650 or above, you will probably be eligible to apply for credit for vital purchases.  The experienced bankruptcy attorneys at Fesenmyer Cousino Weinzimmer can help you find practical ways to… CONTINUE READING

Do I Have to File Bankruptcy with My Spouse?

The quick answer is no -- if you are married you may file bankruptcy individually and your spouse does not have to file.  However, this doesn’t mean that this is the best road for you to take.  If the court determines that filing individually was not done in good faith, it may dismiss the case; and if you don’t file properly, even the non-filing spouse may be stuck with debts he or she didn’t expect to have.  Therefore, it’s important to select an attorney who is experienced in Ohio bankruptcy… CONTINUE READING

There is no shame in wondering “how do I get out of payday loan debt?” Life happens. The roof springs a leak, the car needs new tires, or an unexpected illness lands you in the…

If your creditors file a lawsuit and get a judgment against you, they are allowed to repossess your vehicle and other property, foreclose on your home, and garnish your wages. Not only can you lose…

Overwhelming debt can cause problems in all areas of your life, from being less productive at work to having money arguments at home that can lead to family breakdown. Adding to the stress is the accompanying…

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