If you face a DWI charge in Texas, it means that the courts claim that you drove while intoxicated. Before they charged you, the state took a measurement of your blood alcohol level, or BAC. This will determine whether you were too intoxicated to drive or not. Texas has the…

Provided you qualify, it is fairly straightforward to apply for a work permit in the United States. A U.S. work permit is also called an employment authorization document, or EAD. The EAD application is a one-page form, and you attach your supporting documentation and submit everything to the United States…

If you received a notice for Immigration Court or you have an immigration hold pending, it’s imperative you contact a Texas immigration attorney right away. Experienced immigration attorneys know the best legal remedies to defend you against deportation. Here is how to avoid deportation: Cancellation of Removal A cancellation of…

People in Texas who have filed for bankruptcy should know which steps to take to rebuild their credit score. According to NerdWallet, a bankruptcy will stay on someone’s credit score for up to 10 years. This, of course, adversely affects the consumer’s score. However, rebuilding that score is not impossible…

Qualifying For Bankruptcy In Texas Contrary to popular belief, debt relief is not simply meant for the poor. In the United States, bankruptcy protection has been utilized by wealthy individuals, movie stars, legendary musicians, large corporations, smaller businesses and even city governments. It is available for people from all backgrounds and organizations…

What Is a Chapter 7 Bankruptcy? A Chapter 7 bankruptcy is the most common type of bankruptcy. This type of bankruptcy is for individuals and small businesses who are overwhelmed by debt and unable to pay their bills. In a Chapter 7 bankruptcy, you may be able to permanently eliminate,…

A Chapter 13 bankruptcy, a type of bankruptcy, is also called a wage earner’s plan. It enables individuals with regular income to develop a plan to repay all or part of their debts. Under this Chapter, debtors propose a repayment plan to make installments to creditors over three to five…

Congratulations! By deciding to file bankruptcy, you have taken the first step towards a debt free life. You need to consult with an experienced Waco bankruptcy attorney to help you moving forward, but here is what to do and what not to do before filing for bankruptcy. Contact us today…

In the majority of cases, it’s impossible to eliminate student loans by entering into bankruptcy. Bankruptcy does not discharge things such as governmental loans, taxes or other court-ordered payments. What it can discharge is unsecured debts like credit debt or personal loans in some cases. Since bankruptcy is unlikely to…