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14 Jan 2012
College students, especially those at the University of Colorado at Colorado Springs, have it difficult these days because they are thrust into debt with job prospects looking bleak. The cost of higher education in this country has continued to rise, even as more and more students are seeking education after high school than decades earlier. And because of the recession, there are fewer jobs available for students while they're in school and after they graduate. But filing for bankruptcy in Colorado Springs may be an option worth exploring for some students. While bankruptcy laws currently don't allow for student loans…
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12 Jan 2012
Foreclosure numbers in Colorado fell in 2011. But most experts believe this has less to do with the real estate market recovering and more to do with a delay in filings by the country's biggest banks. Some people believe they can fight back against banks by attempting to show that the bank filing the foreclosure doesn't actually own the note. But our Colorado Springs bankruptcy attorneys believe there is another option that is more beneficial to Colorado Springs homeowners. That option is filing for bankruptcy in Colorado Springs. Did you know that filing for bankruptcy immediately stops a foreclosure? Whether…
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05 Jan 2012
Our Colorado Springs bankruptcy attorneysknow that one of the main culprits for out-of-control debt is the overgrown mountains of student loans. Colorado Springs bankruptcies are on the rise as students are graduating with enormous loans and little opportunity for jobs that will help them pay it off. It begins a vicious cycle of debt. So how can you help a new college graduate, hoping to avoid drowning as they wade into this murky economy? MSN Money touched on this issue recently, with an article detailing five do's and don'ts to helping out new graduates. The first thing that new college…
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28 Dec 2011
Now that the holidays are mostly over, it’s time for many to consider where they stand, financially. The holidays have historically been a time when many people buy gifts for friends, loved ones, or co-workers not just because they’re caught up in the spirit of giving, but also because they feel pressured to buy gifts that they can’t necessarily afford. Have you been guilted, pressured, or shamed into buying extra gifts this season? Have your finances been stretched far beyond their limits? If so, it may be time to consider filing for bankruptcy. For many, the new year is a…
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