Burr Law Office Blog

Bankruptcy After Lockdown?

The last year has been challenging for all of us in many ways. Americans have lost jobs at a rate not seen since the Great Depression. Industries–especially those in retail, tourism, and hospitality–have experienced crushing lockdowns. The government has passed a number of COVID-19 bills to mitigate the worst of these effects, beginning in March […]

Worried About Utility Shutoff?

The moratorium stopping utilities from disconnecting power went into effect on March 24, 2020, but it is ending April 15, 2021. If you have utility bills that you have been unable to pay and cannot see how you will be able to pay them, then you are once again facing the possibility of a utility […]

Overwhelmed with Debt?

The COVID-19 pandemic has had dire economic consequences for many people, and there have been protections put in place to help people survive this difficult time. Those aren’t going to last forever, though, and you may be looking at your financial situation and wondering just how you’re going to manage. If you feel overwhelmed with […]

Most Common Types of Bankruptcy

This past year’s double catastrophe (the pandemic and its subsequent economic impacts) have brought many people to the brink of financial disaster. Whether it is unanticipated medical expenses, loss of income, or a combination of other factors, you may be emerging from the COVID-19 disaster to discover just how dire your money situation is. If […]

What Happens If You Become Bankrupt?

“Bankrupt” can have lots of scary connotations. You might imagine that you will be forced out of your home, have your car repossessed, and lose all your valuables. You might believe that you will never again be able to acquire a credit card or any type of loan after bankruptcy. Those fears arise from a […]

Debt Consolidation vs Debt Settlement

When you’re in debt, it can seem like there’s no way out. Credit card payments, rent or mortgage payments, car payments, student loan payments . . . you may feel like you’re being bled dry. If it’s just impossible to keep juggling all your financial obligations, it’s time to think seriously about your debt management […]