It is often unnecessary for veterans, the elderly, and disabled to file for bankruptcy. Federal laws exempt social security disability and retirement benefits, as well as veteran’s benefits, from creditors. In both New Hampshire and Massachusetts, and in most states, there is broad protection for private pension income, unemployment benefits, public assistance, and worker’s
Can I keep a credit card after I file bankruptcy? Unfortunately, the answer is most likely, no. If you file Chapter 7 Bankruptcy, (the most commonly filed chapter), then it’s a matter of negotiation between you and the creditor. Debts can be voluntarily “reaffirmed” by a Debtor only if the Debtor and Creditor agree. Reaffirming
Listen to my radio interview from August 2016, with host Kevin Willett of Friends of Kevin. In the interview, I answer some basic questions about Social Security Disability.
Many people spend sleepless nights debating over whether or not it’s the right time to file bankruptcy. While there’s usually no “perfect” time, at this time of year when we’re all rushing to do our taxes, it’s a good time to evaluate our personal income and debt. YOUR BUDGET: As a general rule, start by
This post explains the Durable Power of Attorney for Health Care (DPAHC), which is the first part of New Hampshire Advance Directive. The Living Will statute was first adopted in New Hampshire in 1985. It wasn’t until 1991 that the New Hampshire legislature changed the Living Will law, and added new provisions allowing DPAHC’s, commonly