Here's a great article from Vickie Elmer of the New York Times.
Here's a great article from the Bankruptcy Law Network that explains options people have when dealing with mortgage troubles. If you live in Wisconsin and are looking for ways to save your home call Miller and Miller today! With offices in Milwaukee, and Kenosha we are only a short drive away!
Credit Karma featured this great article on an issue that is important to many Southeastern Wisconsin families from Milwaukee to Racine. Miller and Miller can help you to rebuild and repair your credit score. Call us today for a free consultation in one of our three locations: Milwaukee, and Kenosha.
Here's a great article by Kristina from credit sesame:
Meeting with clients from Racine to Saukville to Waukesha, we find that very often people struggle to understand their credit reports.
The answer is yes. Bankruptcy will get rid of the debt but will not stop your mortgage company from taking your home back via the foreclosure process.
We've all heard of the mortgage crisis, which has effected Milwaukee and the surrounding area along with the rest of the country. Experts now predict the next wave of financial calamity may come from the tremendous amount of student loans held by Americans who can't find jobs that will pay enough to pay them off. No one wants to be in that situation, and Farnoosh Torabi has some advice below that may help you avoid the student loan bubble.
Milwaukee and most of southeastern Wisconsin is serious about rummage sales. And why not? They are a great way to save money when you are living on a budget. Learn more below by reading this great article from Cameron Huddleston of Kiplinger.
These days, everyone could use a little extra money. If that rings true, check out this video with Farnoosh Torabi on how to earn up to $1000 monthly.
From Milwaukee to Racine, Saukville to Waukesha, people in Wisconsin are coming to Miller and Miller, eliminating or reorganizing their debt, and getting the fresh start they deserve. One way of rebuilding credit after a bankruptcy is obtaining a prepaid credit card. If you are considering this option, keep reading the article below by John Ulsheimer: