Monthly Archives: March 2023
Can Veterans File For Bankruptcy?
In the rumor mill, an idea gained traction that veterans cannot file for bankruptcy or else they will lose their military benefits. Like most rumors, it has a grain of truth to it, but it isn’t quite as onerous as implied by the rumors. How did this rumor get started? Essentially, a veteran who… Read More »
Chapter 13 For The Self-Employed
Sometimes, folks misinterpret information they hear in the news and take it to its logical extreme. For that reason, sometimes bankruptcy attorneys field calls about losing benefits or risks related to bankruptcy that are not real. One such example of this is Chapter 13 bankruptcy for the self-employed. Some folks believe that self-employed individuals… Read More »
Crypto Headed For Bankruptcy, But Is Bankruptcy Headed For Crypto?
The biggest reason that crypto hasn’t “taken over” the internet is that it’s too slow to handle economies of scale. Instead, the tokens are investment chips, legally considered commodities, and can, in fact, stand in for commodities. This could be the future of crypto. What if you could put your home or vehicle on… Read More »