What Happens to My Credit Union Account When I File a Bankruptcy? A credit union is a banking institution owned by the “members” or customers. In its simplest form, a credit union gets money from its customers and loans that… Read More
What Do I Need to Bring to My First Appointment?
Bankruptcy attorneys and their office staff understand how anxious most people feel the first time they meet to discuss filing bankruptcy. In order to help you be a little more at ease, here is a list of documents that… Read More
What Chapter Should I File?
What Chapter Should I File? There are two types of Bankruptcy that individual and/or married couples usually file. In a Chapter 7, you file your bankruptcy petition, and within a few months, as long as there aren’t any objections, your… Read More
What are the Downsides of Filing Bankruptcy?
What are the Downsides of Filing Bankruptcy? Bankruptcy filings are reported to the three credit bureaus. A Chapter 7 bankruptcy will remain on your credit report for 10 years, and a Chapter 13 stays for 7 years. … Read More
The lawyers at Orville & McDonald Law have filed thousands of bankruptcy petitions over the past almost 30 years. Many people don’t consider bankruptcy until AFTER they have exhausted all of their resources. We, at Orville & McDonald Law, encourage… Read More
Orville & McDonald are here for you!
At Orville & McDonald Law, we represent individuals that are in financial crisis. If you are in over your head with credit card debt or medical bills, are at risk of losing a property, have business debt, or any other… Read More