Jeffrey M. Rosenblum, P.C.
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January 2018 Archives

How do I create a budget after bankruptcy?

Life after filing for bankruptcy does not have to come to a grinding halt. Bankruptcy is an excellent option for those who have fallen on hard times financially. It is not the end of the road for you financially. In fact, bankruptcy must be looked at as a rebirth for your finances. Once you exit bankruptcy, you can begin to build your credit and financial portfolio again.

The effect of bankruptcy on your credit score

Bankruptcy is not the end of the world. In fact, it is a new beginning for those who file. Whether you are filing for yourself or for your business, bankruptcy can change your life for the better. The word still carries with it a bit of a stigma but more and more people are opening up to what bankruptcy can do for those in financial trouble. Let's take a look at the effect bankruptcy has on your credit score in today's post.

Common financial challenges faced in today's world

It's not hard for people to find themselves in a heap of debt these days. Not much has really changed from the past as credit cards have been around for decades. If anything, debt has been easier to accrue ever since the dawn of online shopping. Here are some of the common financial challenges people are faced with in the world today.

How do I know which chapter of bankruptcy is right for me?

If you find yourself unable to manage your debt on your own, you may feel that there is no way out of your current financial situation. In reality, there are options available to you, including the option of filing for consumer bankruptcy. Making the decision to file could be an important step for your future, but the next step is to decide which chapter is best for your individual situation.

Determining if bankruptcy is the right move

Many people face financial issues on a daily basis. Some of those people know exactly what they are going to do to get out of trouble. Others have no idea where to turn. Not everyone has the ability to work with a financial advisor or other professional when it comes to making such major life decisions. Today, we will discuss how to determine if bankruptcy is the right move for you in Long Island.