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!
Here's a great article by Kristina from credit sesame:
Wisconsin families can learn a lot from the following article, by Nicholas Pell of Credit Sesame.
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.
It is not uncommon for someone to enter my office, credit report in hand, with questions about items listed. Milwaukee, like everywhere these days has a lot of identity thieves lurking about and it is important that you know what puts your identity at risk. If you have debts that might be a result of identity theft call Miller and Miller today to discuss how to eliminate them and clean up your credit report. With offices in Milwaukee and Kenosha, we are only a short drive away!
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:
Here's a great article by Adrian Nazari. In the metro Milwaukee and Waukesha area many people are looking for options to help them with their student loan debt as the rise of college costs and the lack of jobs offering wages that can cover the expense becomes the norm. If you are in Wisconsin and are looking for ways to help you manage your debt, call Miller and Miller today: 414-326-9231.
The credit report dispute process is fairly mysterious, which means most people don't actually know what happens when they file a dispute with a credit reporting agency. Here's a step by step process that should help clear things up a bit.
With April 15th only a few days away, many people are working hard to come up with the money to pay the Government. For those who are self employed, estimated tax liability payments are due every quarter starting April 15th. The IRS will allow you to pay your tax debt with a credit card, but you can expect to pay a 2% "convenience fee".