Recently, Boleman attorney, Mark Leffler appeared on Coast Live to talk about how important it is to monitor your credit during COVID-19.
What is on your credit report can sway potential employers, lenders, and landlords. Therefore, it is important to regularly check your credit report and pay attention to what items are listed on it.
Recently, Boleman attorney, Christopher Flynn appeared on 6News Virginia This Morning to talk about how to navigate financial uncertainties.
Boleman Law attorney Chris Baker appeared on News 3 WTKR and talked about your bankruptcy options coming out of the COVID-19 pandemic.
After the COVID-19 grace period from creditors and lenders ends, people still may be struggling to pay their bills because of the economic impact and job loss.
Boleman Law attorney Matt Hahne spoke to 13News Now Connect about the financial strain COVID-19 has put on people’s lives and how creditor’s collection efforts have not stopped. Hahne advises calling a bankruptcy attorney right away before liquidating any assets or getting into more debt to counteract creditors.
What does the March 2019 decision from the Fourth Circuit Court of Appeals in Hulburt v. Black mean for you? How does it affect your Chapter 13 bankruptcy? Find out what Kathryne Shaw has to say!
Boleman attorney Matt Hahne appeared on Coast Live to discuss the dangers of filing for bankruptcy without appropriate counsel, what is called a pro se filling. Further, Hahne talks about the difference a bankruptcy lawyer makes when filing for bankruptcy and protecting you from breaking any federal laws.
We have been privileged to help thousands of Virginians regain their financial health. But the most consistent regret these folks express to us is that they wish they had come to us for help sooner.
Deciding which type of bankruptcy to file can be complicated. It is important to understand how the different types of bankruptcy will address the debts that you have.
Since 1991 Boleman Law Firm has helped over 106,000 Virginians regain their financial health. They help people with financial problems such as vehicle repossession, job loss, home foreclosures, credit card debt and payday or title loans.
Military personnel and other government employees fear that filing personal bankruptcy, may negatively impact their security clearance and their jobs (even when instructed to do so by a superior to keep their security clearance). Here are some clearance investigation guidelines.
People with overwhelming debt are often faced with legal consequences. Bankruptcy is legal protection that helps them get a fresh financial start.