Category Archives: Getting Out of Debt

Bankruptcy Myths Help Keep Consumers in Debt

A little mystery can be a good thing, at least when it comes to relationships, birthday presents and detective novels. But when it comes to your finances? Not so much. For many folks, bankruptcy represents the unknown. We have a hunch that it could drastically lower our debt, but we continue to avoid it for… Read More »

Debt-Free in 2011 Part II: How to Stick to Your Goals

You’ve made the resolution to get out of debt this year. Now comes the hard part, say Atlanta bankruptcy attorneys – sticking to it. If merely wanting a goal was enough, we’d all be skinny, rich non-nail biters. Obviously that’s not the case. In reality, most folks fail to keep New Year’s resolutions because their… Read More »

New Year, New Finances Part II: Keeping Your Financial New Year’s Resolution

So you’re fed up with your finances and you’ve made a New Year’s resolution to get out of debt. Making that commitment is the first step towards financial freedom, say Chicago bankruptcy attorneys. Unfortunately, it’s not the only step. Millions of Americans vow to change their lives for the better every Jan. 1, yet many… Read More »

New Year, New Finances Part I: Setting Goals for a Better 2011

Maybe your New Year’s resolution is to get organized. Maybe it’s to reduce stress and become a happier person. Or, if you’re like the many folks hit hard by today’s economy, maybe it’s to make more money in 2011. What if I told you that you could actually accomplish all those things – at least… Read More »

Debt-Free in 2011 Part I: Making a Financial New Year’s Resolution

The average New Year’s resolution involves either bettering your health, improving your finances or kicking a bad habit. But why settle for just one when you can accomplish all three? Sure, it might sound a little ambitious. But it can be done by making just one simple change, say Atlanta bankruptcy attorneys. And that’s getting… Read More »