O'Bryan Law Offices Blog
How to Stop Creditor Harassment
Julie O'Bryan | 12-20-18 | 5:04pm
While most people assume there's no way around creditor harassment, there are legal ways to make it stop.
What You Need to Know About the Meeting of Creditors
Julie O'Bryan | 11-19-18 | 6:15pm
An important part of the bankruptcy process is the meeting of creditors. You may feel reluctant to face your creditors, but the meeting is not held to embarrass or harass you. When you know what to expect during the meeting, you can overcome your fear of the unknown and be more at ease. Here are ten things to expect.
Chapter 7 vs. Chapter 13 Bankruptcy: Which Is Right for You?
Julie O'Bryan | 10-23-18 | 2:19pm
If you've been considering personal bankruptcy, you've probably wondered about the benefits and drawbacks of Chapter 7 vs. Chapter 13. A Kentucky bankruptcy attorney at O'Bryan Law Offices can help you decide which one is right for you.
Life After Chapter 7: Rebuild Credit After Bankruptcy
Julie O'Bryan | 09-10-18 | 2:27pm
After filing bankruptcy, you may feel that your credit record is damaged. You may doubt whether you can get affordable loans or credit. On the one hand, bankruptcy can give you a new financial start. But on the other hand, it can also hinder your future borrowing power. Fortunately, at O'Bryan Law Offices, we know to you help you rebuild credit after bankruptcy.
Bankruptcy and Divorce: Which Should You File First?
Julie O'Bryan | 08-16-18 | 2:16pm
It should come as no surprise that bankruptcy and divorce are often closely associated. Splitting assets in a divorce is costly, so it's easy to end up with more bills than you can cover. That being the case, we know you're interested in learning how to soften the blow. So let's discuss ways you can ensure bankruptcy and divorce won't be a nasty one-two punch that knocks you out.
Can Filing Bankruptcy Stop Foreclosure on Your Home?
Julie O'Bryan | 07-11-18 | 1:42pm
If you've recently lost your job or suffered a financial setback, you may be facing foreclosure on your home. The economy is no respecter of future plans, and it's usually the most expensive bills that suffer the most. You may be wondering if you can avoid foreclosure at all. You can if you're willing to file bankruptcy. At O'Bryan Law Offices, we can inform you of your options and help you take necessary action to protect your home.
9 Ways to Have a More Productive Day
Julie O'Bryan | 01-22-18 | 3:30pm
With the onset of winter comes cold and dreary days that result in cold and dreary moods. It can feel like your motivation levels are hitting an all time low and your days are becoming less and less production. To help combat those feelings, here is a list of nine things to do the night before and in the morning to have a more productive day.
New Year, New Bankruptcy
Julie O'Bryan | 01-08-18 | 3:10pm
The beginning of every year can come with mixed emotions: relief that the old year has passed, excitement for what the new year has in store, and every other feeling in between. However, for some people, the new year is not something to look forward to. It is just another, day, week, month of hounding creditors. If this is starting to sound familiar, do yourself a favor, and consider starting over this year.
6 Financial Resolutions to Make This Year
Julie O'Bryan | 01-03-18 | 10:47am
With the start of a new year, comes the promise of a new you. You think of all the changes you plan to make in your life to ensure that this year is better than the last. Changes like losing weight, eating better, finding a new hobby. More often than not these resolutions fall to the wayside after the first week or so of January. However, if you’re committed to a fresh financial start this year, here are six financial resolutions that are healthy for any wallet.
5 Ways to Save Money During the Holidays
Julie O'Bryan | 12-18-17 | 1:20pm
The holiday season can be one of the worst times of the year for your wallet, between all the gift giving, decorating, traveling, and excessive baking. The strain on your budget can make you want to pull your hair out, but here are a few tips that will hopefully help you save money and stress.
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