Barry Borowitz, Author at Los Angeles Bankruptcy Attorney - Southern California Bankruptcy Attorney | B & C LAW

Barry Borowitz

Barry Edward Borowitz is the founding partner of Borowitz & Clark, LLP, a leading bankruptcy law firm that represents clients petitioning for bankruptcy protection under Chapter 7 and Chapter 13 of the bankruptcy code. Mr. Borowitz has been practicing bankruptcy law exclusively for more than 15 years. View his full profile here.

Personal loans may be secured or unsecured, and the two types of loans are treated differently in a Chapter 7 bankruptcy case. 
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Downsides of refinancing may be of particular concern to someone who is considering it because they can’t keep up with mortgage payments. 
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The advertisements for Tally–a solution presented as the answer to your sleepless nights–may be very attractive, but does it work as promised?
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Struggling to make payments? There may be solutions available, but if you simply skip your payments your case could be dismissed.
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Many variables impact your credit score, and bankruptcy is just one piece of the puzzle. For some, the answer is surprising.
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Though there’s no magical time to take control of your finances, the fresh start of a shiny new year is as good a time as any.
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If your budget isn’t stable, it’s important to think strategically about how an influx of cash can best serve you and your family.
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Chapter 13 bankruptcy is often looked to as a means to get out of a financial burden, but it could also end up saving you money - here's how.
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Despite the pandemic debt levels seemed to be heading downwards, though a recent report spells the potential end of this trend.
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Someone you cosigned for is now filing bankruptcy - now what? Here are the steps you should take to protect yourself, and what to expect.
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Debt collectors can be the bane of peoples' existence sometimes, but you may not want to ignore them outright. Here's why.
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If you’ve settled the debt for less than the full balance or the creditor has forgiven the debt, there may be another bill on the way.
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