Chapter 7 and Chapter 13 Bankruptcy for Small Business Owners

As a small business owner, you know the importance of always looking to the future. For business owners, entrepreneurs, and freelancers, everyday is a hustle. And when you’re starting to experience financial strain in your professional or personal life, you know that thinking ahead may include considering all of your options for meaningful financial relief — including exploring the types of bankruptcy that can benefit small business owners.  //READ MORE

2020-01-23T16:18:39-06:00February 4th, 2020|Community|

Appraisal Vs. Home Inspection Vs. Survey

If you’re planning to buy or sell a home in the months ahead, then it’s important to have an understanding of the many moving parts that will go into a successful real estate transaction – including knowing the differences between the appraisal, the property inspection, and the survey.  All three of these processes help buyers, sellers, and lenders get a better understanding of the property being sold – but they are carried out by different parties, //READ MORE

2020-01-10T13:30:00-06:00January 21st, 2020|Community|

What Does It Take to Remove a Lien?

If you’ve had a creditor place a lien on your home or another piece of property, you’re certainly not alone. Here in Chicagoland and all across the country, homeowners face a variety of liens, stemming from judgments, unpaid taxes, contractor’s fees, and more.  In short, a lien is a mechanism that a creditor can use as legal claim to, or a charge against, your property, in order to secure payment or performance of an obligation from //READ MORE

2020-01-03T13:16:46-06:00January 14th, 2020|Community|

What Is Bankruptcy, Really?

What is bankruptcy — and what does it really mean for individuals and households in Chicago and around the country? These are fairly straightforward questions, with answers that will naturally change, depending on who you’re speaking with. Sometimes, it may feel hard to get a clear understanding of what goes into the bankruptcy process, particularly when you’re trying to get a handle on all of the unique variables for your situation. To make matters more difficult, //READ MORE

2019-12-30T13:41:20-06:00January 7th, 2020|Community|

Achieving Your Real Estate Resolutions In 2020

What do you think about New Year’s resolutions? Are they a part of your yearly routine, or do you think you’re better off without them? Do you think setting goals for the twelve months ahead is a noble idea, or just a waste of time?  Ask a group of people these questions, and you’ll probably find that the group is split down the middle, more or less. According to a report from Forbes, roughly 40 percent //READ MORE

2019-12-20T11:24:35-06:00December 31st, 2019|Community|