1. Life After Bankruptcy

    Once you have received your bankruptcy discharge you will no doubt be more than relieved. However, what’s next? Now that this huge financial burden has been lifted from your shoulders, how should you go about spending money responsibly in the future? In order to rebuild your credit and ensure your financial stability in the future you may want to consider the following tips: Check Your Credit Re…Read More

  2. Divorce Is Nothing To Be Ashamed Of

    So you tried. You decided to jump in head first and get married and after a period of time it became obvious that this may not have been the best decision for you personally. So now, after a long and grueling process, your divorce is complete. Often, people whose marriages end feel ashamed, as if they have failed themselves, their partner and everyone else who was even witness to or in support of …Read More

  3. Coping With Divorce Outside Of the Lawyer’s Office – Part 2

    Discover Your Interests Again Separating yourself from someone who has essentially been your “other half” for years can be quite the awakening. Suddenly you have a ton of time to take for yourself without having to consider someone else. Perhaps you have been considering taking up certain hobbies for years but you simply did not have time. Well, you have time now so pick up something new and f…Read More

  4. Coping With Divorce Outside Of the Lawyer’s Office – Part 1

    Dotting the i’s and crossing the t’s may seem like the tedious part of a divorce but it is in no way the hard part. At the Law Offices of Loomis & Greene we can help you with the paperwork and the negotiating but there is a long bumpy road ahead once the divorce agreements have been made and the papers have been signed. At our law offices, we care about what happens to our clients, and alt…Read More

  5. What Bankruptcy Can Do

    If you are looking to remedy your debt issues, filing for bankruptcy may be the answer you have been looking for. Before making this decision however, it is important to know what bankruptcy can do for your debt and on the contrary what it cannot do. First off, bankruptcy can help you wipe out credit card debt and other unsecured debts. Unsecured debts is debt that the creditor does not have any c…Read More

  6. 10 Questions to Ask Your Divorce Attorney During Your Initial Interview – Part 2

    6. What additional costs do you expect will be involved and how will you charge me for them? Many times lawyers will hire outside help to assist in building your case. This could be someone like a private investigator, a forensic accountant, physician or psychologist. If so, you need to know how and how much you will be charged. 7. What would you estimate will be the total cost of my divorce? Most…Read More

  7. 10 Questions to Ask Your Divorce Attorney During Your Initial Interview – Part 1

    1. How many family law cases have you handled? Knowing that your attorney is far beyond experienced in family law is extremely important. You want to know that you are not just a handful of people they have assisted in the divorce process, because if this is the case you may want to consider finding other representation. 2. What is your strategy for my case? You should know what the plan is far be…Read More

  8. Is A Do-It-Yourself Divorce Right For You?

    Sometimes a divorce isn’t a knock-down-drag-out sort of situation. In fact, many times couples come to the realization that they may be happier without their partner and the marriage begins to dissolve.  In cases such as these the fastest and most affordable route to take is a Do-It-Yourself divorce. But how do you know if a DIY divorce is for you? First of all, do not think that just because y…Read More

  9. Why Should I Hire A Family Law Attorney?

    Divorces are messy and most often extremely painful. When dealing with the end of a marriage you have enough on your mind. The last thing you need to deal with is sorting out the division of property, spousal support, child support and child custody.  By hiring a family law attorney you can continue to live your day to day without the extra stress and paperwork that comes along with negotiating b…Read More

  10. Why Should I Hire A Bankruptcy Lawyer?

    So, you need to file for bankruptcy and as much as you don’t understand exactly how the filing process works, you are also hesitant to hire a bankruptcy attorney because money is tight to say the least. However, what you will gain out of hiring help in filing your bankruptcy is much more than you will spend. First of all, having a lawyer can protect you from those creditors that you can seem to …Read More