Harvey Miller, Father of Modern Bankruptcy Practice, Dies

A great man and bankruptcy lawyer who pioneered the use of the U.S. Bankruptcy Code to revive financially sick corporations and save tens of thousands of jobs, Harvey MIller passed away last week. Please join me in taking a few moments to read about and reflect on the contributions that this great man made to […]

Bankruptcy Filings Once Again On The Rise? We Can Help.

According to a recent report by the Federal Reserve Bank of New York, consumer debt on mortgages, car loans, credit cards and student loans have all increased significantly since 2013. Although the delinquency rates are more or less unchanged since the post-“Great Recession”  de-leveraging, the amount of overall debt has increased, apparently due at least […]

Scared to File for Bankruptcy? Think Again.

Filing for bankruptcy relief is a major step. It is a repair of last resort when other attempts to get a handle on your debts have failed. Although the process can be scary and confusing, with the right guidance your bankruptcy filing may very well end up improving your credit score, helping you save more […]

The True Cost of the Home Ownership Obsession

For decades prior to the bursting of the real estate bubble and the financial collapse of 2008, conventional wisdom had touted the virtue of public policy directed toward encouraging home ownership. Now in 2015, home ownership is at 65% in the United States – its lowest level since 1970. Home prices are still down, growth […]

Happy New Year! Time for a FRESH START!

With the NEW YEAR comes not only the promise of new beginnings, but also promises we make to ourselves to put behind us the mistakes and history that has held us back, and to promote the thoughts and actions that bring out what is best in us. What are your New Year’s resolutions? Have you thought about […]