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!
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.
Like so many of our Milwaukee, Wisconsin area clients, when you hire us you'll eliminate or reorganize your debt and be a position to start building again. Miller and Miller has assisted millions of families in rebuilding their financial lives and our services don't end with eliminating debt. Call us today and meet us in Kenosha, or Milwaukee to discuss how to repair or rebuild your credit after enduring tough times. This can help you save in other ways and to begin thinking about things like investing and on that note, here's a great bit of advice from Matthew Burton of Mint.com:
While overall bankruptcy filings are down when compared to recent years. The article below, from the New York Times, certainly rings true for people living in the Milwaukee, Racine, Waukesha corridor and throughout Wisconsin. Call Miller and Miller today if you need help getting a fresh start!
If you are one of thousands of Wisconsin home owners worried about the value of your home there is good news and bad news: Values will continue to drop this year but forecasters predict values to begin to rise in 2013. Here's an interesting article on the subject from Yahoo! Finance.
Here's an interesting article from Yahoo! Finance on a timely topic in Wisconsin.
It can be a daunting task to right the ship when faced with a foreclosure, however, there are options for those of you in this situation. Miller & Miller has helped thousands of Wisconsin families save their homes and get a financial fresh start. Click on this link to read a story from Yahoo! Finance on how three families fought to save their homes.
Bankruptcy and the National Football League collide again. This time it is Warren Sapp, who reportedly owes over 6.7 million dollars to his creditors. Read more about the details here.
While the housing in metro Milwaukee is starting to pick up, below is a question that many homeowners are facing. Great stuff from Christopher Farrell of American Public Media.
Over at the MintLife Blog they recently had a great article on overpriced children's items. After getting a fresh start through bankruptcy it is important to look for ways to keep costs down so that you are able to build a strong financial future. We all want to give the world to our children, but if you can do that while saving a buck it's even better.