Large IRS Claims May Complicate and Delay Bankruptcy Proceedings

On behalf of William Bible at Law Office of W. Thomas Bible, Jr. When filing for bankruptcy, it’s important to have a clear understanding of how your debts and assets will be treated. Many types of debt are discharged in bankruptcy, while others are not. Some assets and personal property items are allowed to be…


Struggling with student loans, many millennials regret college

On behalf of William Bible at Law Office of W. Thomas Bible, Jr. In the past, college seemed like an investment that was a sure thing. If you went to college, you likely got a higher paying job that gave you the means to start a family, buy a house and pursue your piece of…


Bankruptcy remains common in Tennessee despite national decrease

On behalf of William Bible at Law Office of W. Thomas Bible, Jr. Many people are pleased when they hear that the number of individuals filing for bankruptcy each year has been declining nationwide. According to a law professor who reviewed data from the National Bankruptcy Research Center, nationwide bankruptcy filings for individuals dropped by…


Surprising Credit Score Killers

On behalf of William Bible at Law Office of W. Thomas Bible, Jr. Many know that it is important to maintain good credit. Credit ratings can affect so many aspects of a person’s life, including the ability to obtain home and auto loans, the interest rates on loans, the ability to rent housing, and in…


Former Tennessee Football Player Files Chapter 11 Bankruptcy

On behalf of William Bible at Law Office of W. Thomas Bible, Jr. Football player Jamal Lewis, who once played for the Tennessee Volunteers and went on to have a professional football career in the NFL, filed for bankruptcy in June of 2012. While stories about professional athletes with money troubles are not uncommon, what…


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