I can keep my car in bankruptcy, right? Most people think that they get to keep a car in bankruptcy. It makes sense, right. You need a car to get to work to pay the bills, including your credit cards and other monthly expenses. If you do not have a car, you cannot get to work and will be unable to pay those bills. So, therefore, I am entitled to a car. Well not exactly.
Aeropostale isn't going off the shelves just yet. Aeropostale has been in the midst of a bankruptcy since May 2016. The company believed that it would have to close many if not all store fronts in order to save themselves from falling deeper into financial instability.
You did it! You completed your long journey and now you are ready to begin a new one. In order to be financially successful after bankruptcy, you'll need to do a few things. Here's a checklist that can help.
Making clear decisions during tough times can be nearly impossible. Turning to friends, family or advisors can help you regain your focus and help you choose the best alternative. Unfortunately, there is no perfect timing for divorce, however if you also plan to file for bankruptcy, you should be extra cautious with your timing. Below you will find some information that can lead you on the correct path during a stressful time.