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.
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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.
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.
Here's an article from the New York Times providing a pretty bleak picture of one aspect of our current economic crisis. From the article: As of last month, just 74% of Americans between the ages of 25 and 34 are working, and 14.2% of young adults are living with their parents.
I often have clients who are concerned that if they don't "qualify" for a Chapter 7, they don't want to do a bankruptcy at all. Perhaps they don't qualify due to higher income, or due to a previous Chapter 7 filing in the last eight years. These clients have a vague idea of what a Chapter 13 bankruptcy is - a repayment plan - and don't feel it's "worth" doing a bankruptcy if they have to pay their creditors. Isn't that why they are seeing a lawyer in the first place, because they cannot afford to pay the creditors? Chapter 13 bankruptcies can be difficult, so I understand the hesitation. But before making a decision a person should know more about what a Chapter 13 Bankruptcy actually is, and also how to weigh that option against his current situation.