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Top 3 Bankruptcy Lawyers – Providence, Rhode Island – Attorney Mark Buckley, CFP

The Providence Law Office of Attorney Mark Buckley, CFP®, is pleased to announce being selected as one of the Top 3 bankruptcy lawyers in Providence, Rhode Island based on reputation, history, ratings, satisfaction, trust, cost and general excellence. Three Best Rated® was created to identify the top 3 local professionals, businesses, etc. in each city […]

Clients’ Choice Award – I’d like to thank . . .

As a CERTIFIED FINANCIAL PLANNER™ and Providence/ Warwick bankruptcy lawyer, I rescue clients from financial chaos. I solve debt problems caused by job loss, ill health, and other life-changing setbacks. For so many with too much debt and too little income, I help them push the RESTART button. After examining spending patterns, budgets and monthly […]

Rhode Island Bankruptcy Debtors Catch a Break

Twice a year, the US Census Bureau and the IRS provide data used by bankruptcy lawyers to determine who qualifies for debt relief.  On May, 1, 2012, the new income numbers became effective for all new bankruptcy case filings.  The good news is that median income figures rose for all household sizes in Rhode Island. Below […]

The Truth About the Mortgage Modification Process

Mortgage modification works for a small minority, while the majority of homeowner’s who apply under HAMP end up being disappointed. The larger question is whether it makes sense to keep a house that consumes too much of your disposable income. For many, surrendering the house and discharging the debt in bankruptcy is an option worth considering.

RI Bankruptcy Advice: Tell the Truth

Your Duties to Disclose During Bankruptcy A successful Chapter 7 bankruptcy requires honesty in order to work. When filing for bankruptcy in Rhode Island (or any state for that matter), honesty is not just necessary: it is mandatory. Anyone filing for bankruptcy should know that they are expected—required, rather—to act in good faith and be completely […]

Get Bankruptcy Advice Even If You Have No Intention To File

Getting timely bankruptcy advice is helpful even if you have no intention to file for bankruptcy relief. If you are dealing with more than $ 10,000 in unsecured debt and want to know all of your options, a respected bankruptcy attorney should be the first financial adviser to call.