Payday loans and bankruptcy

January 1, 2021

You may already know that Chapter 7 bankruptcy can eliminate your past-due medical bills and credit card balances. But what about payday loans? Can filing a claim provide you with relief from this type of debt? The short answer is yes, bankruptcy can enable you to get free from the burden of having to pay […]

Debt consolidation vs. Bankruptcy

December 29, 2020

Are you drowning in debt? Consolidation could be the solution, allowing you to pay off what you owe and get on the road to financial stability. But before you make any decisions, talk to a qualified bankruptcy attorney. Working with a debt consolidation company can be risky, and many people who do come to regret […]

Utah chapter 7 bankruptcy

December 4, 2020

If you’re hoping to become a homeowner, but need to file for Chapter 7 bankruptcy, you may be wondering how doing so will affect your chances of getting a mortgage. The truth is, a bankruptcy filing won’t prevent you from buying a house – however, the process will require both patience and careful planning. Bankruptcy […]

Does filing bankruptcy stop wage garnishment

November 24, 2020

When you’re struggling to pay your bills, a wage garnishment is likely to make the situation worse. Chapter 7 bankruptcy can help you bounce back, stopping your creditors from taking a chunk of your paycheck every month. If your wages are being garnished now – or if a creditor is threatening you with wage garnishment […]

Utah bankruptcy lawyer

November 6, 2020

If you are deeply in debt, filing for Chapter 7 bankruptcy could be the best way to get back on your feet. That’s the case for many people in Utah, but for some, Chapter 13 bankruptcy is the right solution. The decision on which legal route to take may hinge upon eligibility, as not everyone […]

Can you get fired for filing personal bankruptcy in Utah?

October 27, 2020

If you file for Utah Chapter 7 bankruptcy, it’s possible that your employer may never find out. Bankruptcies are matters of public record, but few people – other than court clerks and bankruptcy attorneys – actually access the system to view the filings. However, there’s always a chance your boss could be the exception to […]

Requirements for filing Utah Chapter 7 or 13 bankruptcy

October 2, 2020

Anyone who files for Chapter 7 or Chapter 13 bankruptcy must complete two courses – a credit counseling class before the case is filed and a debtor education class after the case is filed. Without a certificate of completion for the first a bankruptcy case can’t even be filed.  Without a certificate of completion for […]

Reasons Your Utah Bankruptcy Case Could Be Dismissed | Davis & Jones P.C.

September 29, 2020

Utah bankruptcy cases are rarely dismissed. And if you work with an experienced bankruptcy attorney – like the professionals at the Law Office of Davis & Jones, the risk of dismissal is minimal. That said, we can’t promise that the Utah courts won’t dismiss your case – and if that happens, your debts won’t be […]

Should You Stop Paying Your Bills Before Filing for Bankruptcy? | Davis & Jones P.C.

September 4, 2020

You’re strapped for cash and the bills are piling up, so you’ve decided to file for Chapter 7 bankruptcy. Do you have to continue paying down your debt, or can you stop paying your creditors? Bankruptcy doesn’t eliminate every debt you owe. And for those that remain after discharge, trying to keep up with your […]

Deciding whether to file for bankruptcy in Utah

August 25, 2020

After filing for Chapter 7 bankruptcy and receiving a discharge, your life will not be the same. However, that shouldn’t scare you away from moving forward and getting the debt relief you desperately need. Make the decision to declare bankruptcy, and you’ll be setting the stage for a happier future. Many of your debts will […]