Monthly Archives: March 2014

Myths and Truths About Chapter 7 Bankruptcy

There is a significant stigma attached to bankruptcy that leads people to believe that filing a claim means that one is either poor or irresponsible with finances. In addition, common misconceptions tend to follow that bankruptcy leads to forfeiting everything you own or that you are somehow gaming the system to your advantage. These are… Read More »

How Long Does the Bankruptcy Process in Georgia Take?

With the average Chapter 7 bankruptcy taking between 100 and 180 days and the average Chapter 13 bankruptcy taking about 3-5 years, people often wonder why filing for bankruptcy in Georgia is such a lengthy process. The truth is that there are a lot of time-specific waiting periods and deadlines that must elapse at multiple… Read More »