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Got Student Loans? Be Aware of These Changes in January 2022

Joseph Wrobel Shares Important Information for Student Loan Borrowers: The Student Loan Payment Pause

Student loan borrowers are weighed down by debt and are looking for any option to help them out as the student loan payment pause comes to an end this January 2022. While there are talks about President Biden’s hopes to cancel student loan debt for Read full article  read more

Economic Impact of COVID-19: Bouncing Back

Evolving Perspective on the Economic Impact of COVID-19

As the health concerns about the Coronavirus outbreak spread, the economic impact of shutdowns and stay-at-home orders Read full article  read more

Chicago Bankruptcy Questions and Answer Podcast with Attorney Joseph Wrobel, March 2021

Chicago Bankruptcy Attorney Joseph Wrobel Answers Real Questions About Bankruptcy

Chicago bankruptcy and consumer credit attorney Joseph Wrobel answers real frequently asked questions about bankruptcy and how it can affect their life and finances in Read full article  read more

Chicago Bankruptcy Questions and Answer Podcast with Attorney Joseph Wrobel, November 2020

Chicago Bankruptcy Attorney Joseph Wrobel Answers Real Questions About Bankruptcy

Chicago bankruptcy and consumer credit attorney Joseph Wrobel answers real frequently asked questions about bankruptcy and how it can affect their life and finances in this edition of the monthly bankruptcy FAQ podcast series.

Real Questions Asked and Answered in this Bankruptcy Podcast:

  • Can a tenant use bankruptcy to avoid eviction?
  • Can I stop a wage garnishment if I have no income?
  • How can I protect myself from foreclosure with bankruptcy?
  • How can I keep my car if I must file for bankruptcy?
  • When can I purchase a home after Chapter 13?
  • How much do you have to pay in bankruptcy?

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Coronavirus Layoffs: Creditors and Repayment Options

Coronavirus Layoffs, Creditors, and Repayment Options

COVID-19 led to business closures and shutdowns and people are still struggling with Coronavirus layoffs. While many employers took advantage of COVID-related loans and relief options, the limitations Read full article  read more