When You Need Real Solutions Reach Out to Experienced Attorneys SCHEDULE A FREE CONSULTATION

Blog

Considering A Debt Consolidation Loan or Debt Settlement Company? Bankruptcy May Still Be Your Best Option

If your life is starting to feel like the words from an old country song: “Another day older and deeper in debt,” maybe it’s time to consider your options for financial relief.

Read More

Can Your Credit Score Go Up After A Bankruptcy?

The answer may surprise you! In some instances, the answer is Yes. Depending on what your credit score is in the first place, filing for bankruptcy can impact your credit score either positively or negatively.

Read More

2023 Guidance on Discharging Student Loans

Are you still paying off student loans years after signing the dotted line for the loan?

Read More

Can’t Repay Your SBA Covid Loan? Bankruptcy Might Help

Repay Your SBA Covid Loan? Bankruptcy Might HelpAt the start of the Covid-19 pandemic, many businesses struggled due to shutdowns, supply chain challenges, labor shortages, and other challenges.

Read More

Is The Repo Man Coming For Your Car? Bankruptcy Can Help

In Florida, missing even one scheduled car payment by 30 days can start the repossession process and put you at risk of having your car seized. Time is of the essence if you want to stop the repossession of your car (or boat, motorcycle, or other vehicle).

Read More

New Federal Guidance On Discharging Student Loans In Bankruptcy Is a Game Changer

The Justice Department, in partnership with the Department of Education, recently announced new guidelines that loosen the strict application of the “undue hardship” exception when defending a dischargeability action.

Read More

Could You Go To Jail For Not Paying State Of Florida Sales Taxes? Bankruptcy Might Be A Solution.

You absolutely could go to jail for not paying sales taxes due to the state! The penalties for not paying sales tax money you have collected are steep in Florida.

Read More

Do You Need to Appeal a Bankruptcy Court Decision?

If you answered yes, contact our office immediately. The timeframe to appeal a bankruptcy decision is only 14 days, and if you miss the deadline to appeal, you may lose your opportunity to appeal forever.

Read More

Is a Merchant Cash Advance Strangling Your Business’s Cash Flow? What You Don’t Know About Merchant Cash Advances Can Put Your Business at Risk

At BransonLaw, we have represented small business owners that are being crushed by the repayment terms of Merchant Cash Advance (MCAs). When small business owners need cash quickly to cover cash flow or short-term expenses, it’s tempting to sign up for an MCA.

Read More

Although Student Loans Are Still a Challenge to Discharge in Bankruptcy, Under Certain Circumstances, Student Borrowers Can Be Successful

In a rare win for a student borrower, the U.S. Department of Education dropped its appeal of a bankruptcy judge’s ruling that would eliminate a Delaware man’s student debt. The Chief Bankruptcy Judge of Delaware had ruled that Ryan K. Wolfson had proven “undue hardship,” the standard that must be met to discharge the debt in bankruptcy.

Read More