19 Must-read Blogs about Bankruptcies
By LaToya Irby in Bankruptcy
When people are considering debt settlement, they often think about alternatives such as bankruptcy. In order to understand how bankruptcies work, we have created a list of 19 blogs which share their knowledge and advice about filing for bankruptcy. Each provides ample amounts of information which is why we’ve named them the 19 must-read blogs about bankruptcies.
- About.com has an entire section on bankruptcies which contains probably anything you need to know (if you can find it in there)
- LawHelp.org wrote an article titled Thinking About Bankruptcy? What You Need to Know Before you File, which is a great resource to begin your research.
- BANKRUPTCY AND MICHIGAN FAMILIES is a great blog targeted at Michigan residents but their article titled Bankruptcy, What The Petitioner Needs To Know is a great read for anyone.
- IRS Tax Help has a lot of info on bankruptcies even though they mostly write about tax issues. My favorite is What You Should Know about Bankruptcy and Tax.
- Bankruptcy Law Network can tell you Who Will Know About Your Bankruptcy with the help of Rachel Lynn Foley.
- PrairieEcoThrifter.com run by Miss T. will teach you about Important Aspects You Must Know About Bankruptcy Laws
- New Jersey Law Blog also offers insight for people interested in bankruptcies. Read Jeffrey S. Posta’s article Five Things You Should Know About Bankruptcy.
- Total Bankruptcy is obviously all about bankruptcies and shares very helpful insight such as When It’s Time to File for Bankruptcy: How to Know.
- Birmingham Bankruptcy Blog and Matt Dunaway talk about Bankruptcy Basics – 10 Things You Need To Know About Bankruptcy. A must read!
- Simon Volkov can explain what happens if you attempt to get a Mortgage after Bankruptcy.
- National Bankruptcy Forum shares their views on Who Will Know I Filed Bankruptcy? This forum has a ton of practical FAQs.
- LeaveDebtBehind.com can help you become debt free. Tisha Tolar shared her knowledge about Bankruptcy Court, also a must read before your appearance in court.
- Reed’s Bankruptcy Blog is also a popular destination for people interested to know more about bankruptcies. Check out their Bankruptcy Terms You Should Know”.
- BLACK ENTERPRISE is where Ilana Polyak has shared her guide titled What You Should Know Before Filing for Bankruptcy.
- BankruptcyHome represents the New York opinion on What You Need To Know About Bankruptcy in New York City.
- Long Island bankruptcy is another great east coast blog when you can pick the brain of Craig D. Robins. His series of articles on What the General Practitioner Should Know about Chapter 11 Bankruptcy on Long Island is especially valuable.
- Texas Bankruptcy Lawyers can be a great fit for our Texas visitors. Read Bryan Fears’s explanation about Who Will Know About My Bankruptcy?
- Money & Finances is an amazing guide with a lot of personal finance advice. One of Regina’s best (IMO) articles is Bankruptcy Myths Exposed – Things You Should Know Before Filing For Bankruptcy.
- Law shucks will surprise you with the 6 Things You Didn’t Know About the Bankruptcy Lawyers of the Decade. Last on the list but one of the best.
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