Use Your Tax Refund to File Bankruptcy and Save For a limited time, you can use your tax refund and save $250 off the cost of your bankruptcy. If you qualify for Chapter 7 bankruptcy and pay in full in one payment in before April 15, we’ll take $250 off the attorney fee of your […]Read more
Use Your Tax Refund!
Lose your debt with your IRS refund for the best bang for your buck.
Now is the time where you have extra cash. What better use than to get rid of a lot of debt. Use your tax refund to get a fresh start!
Need for Student Loan Reform A long time ago, in the days of Charles Dickens and chimney sweeps, people were jailed until they satisfied their debts. These debtors’ prisons resulted in a Catch-22. You can’t get out of jail until you paid your debts. And you can’t earn money to pay your debts until you […]Read more
Nomination is Humbling There’s no hope of actually winning, but we learned last week we were nominated for 2018 Best Attorney in the Antelope Valley. Every year the Antelope Valley Press, the largest paper in Palmdale, puts out a “Best of” compilation of various specialties. This makes sense when they crown a best pizza, or best […]Read more
Ka-Ching and Bling-Bling! Even if you have a budget, you need to know what to do with the extra money. Even if you budget and have extra, do you save your money? Or listen to the sweet siren song of the culture: “Take it home today and make no payments for one whole year!” “He […]Read more
What’s In Your Wallet Budgeting: Know What You Spend As a bankruptcy attorney that specializes in consumer debt, I see a lot of people’s personal finances during the helpful consultation. A common problem is that they have no idea what they spend each month and don’t realize they’re often spending more than they earn. This […]Read more
Chapter 13 Bankruptcy Chapter 13 bankruptcy is a repayment plan, like debt consolidation, but it fixes all the problems. You don’t want to repay debt, but sometimes you have to. Chapter 13 bankruptcy is when you pay credit debt back, freezing interest, and with peace of mind knowing the credit cards can’t sue you. You don’t […]Read more
Pay Yourself First A plan for saving money for your own rainy day fund Pay yourself first. Maybe you’ve heard this before on the radio show of a financial guru. What does it mean? It’s Easy to Borrow Every Christmas, with people at the mall for shopping and gift-buying, remember that today’s joyous gifts will […]Read more
How Your Kids Can Avoid Being in my Office Financial Tips for Kids Hale Andrew Antico, Esq. Life happens. While no one ever plans to file bankruptcy, it’s good to know that it’s there as a safety net. However, there are steps many people can take now to avoid needing my services later. With that […]Read more