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Wills and Estate Planning for Singles

Wills and Estate Planning for Singles

Dec 12, 2017 | Randall@Saxton.Law | Estate Planning, Law | No Comments

Image By: Ken Mayer Do you have an estate plan? If the answer is no, what is your excuse? Are you using one of these excuses to avoid estate planning: • I am single, so I don’t need an estate plan. • I am too young to worry about estate plannin

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Will I Lose My Home Or Car If I File Bankruptcy?

Will I Lose My Home Or Car If I File Bankruptcy?

Dec 4, 2017 | Randall@Saxton.Law | Bankruptcy, Law | No Comments

Image By: CafeCredit Will I Lose My Home Or Car If I File Bankruptcy? The thought of losing assets is one of the most common fears associated with filing bankruptcy. Bankruptcy myths are abundant on the internet. Losing everything you have worked so

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Is My Spouse Required To File Bankruptcy If I File For Bankruptcy?

Is My Spouse Required To File Bankruptcy If I File For Bankruptcy?

Nov 8, 2017 | Randall@Saxton.Law | Bankruptcy, Law | No Comments

Image By: CafeCredit Is My Spouse Required To File Bankruptcy If I File For Bankruptcy? Many couples have joint financial accounts, including credit cards, bank accounts, and retirement accounts.  They also title their assets in both names. Therefor

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What Happens To Debts That Were Co-Signed If I File Bankruptcy?

What Happens To Debts That Were Co-Signed If I File Bankruptcy?

Oct 1, 2017 | Randall@Saxton.Law | Bankruptcy, Law | No Comments

Image By: ccPixs.com What Happens To Debts That Were Co-Signed If I File Bankruptcy? When you file a bankruptcy case, you must list each of your debts in your bankruptcy schedules. Your bankruptcy forms are signed under oath, so you are swearing that

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What Is A Bankruptcy Discharge?

What Is A Bankruptcy Discharge?

Sep 10, 2017 | Randall@Saxton.Law | Bankruptcy, Law | No Comments

Image By: ccPixs.com What Is A Bankruptcy Discharge? The purpose of filing a bankruptcy case is to obtain a bankruptcy discharge. Without a bankruptcy discharge, you have wasted your time and your money. A bankruptcy discharge releases you from your

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Are Student Loans Dischargeable In Bankruptcy?

Are Student Loans Dischargeable In Bankruptcy?

Aug 5, 2017 | Randall@Saxton.Law | Bankruptcy, Law | No Comments

Image By: CafeCredit Are Student Loans Dischargeable In Bankruptcy? Student loan debt is an epidemic in the United States. In the early 1990s, less than have of students graduating with four-year degrees had student loans. Today, it is estimated that

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What Happens To My Credit Score When I File Bankruptcy?

What Happens To My Credit Score When I File Bankruptcy?

Aug 3, 2017 | Randall@Saxton.Law | Bankruptcy, Law | No Comments

Image By: Keoni Cabral What Happens To My Credit Score When I File Bankruptcy? A common concern that many people have when considering filing for bankruptcy relief is how filing a bankruptcy will impact their credit score. You may have heard that fil

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Can I Discharge Income Tax Debt In A Chapter 7 Bankruptcy Case?

Can I Discharge Income Tax Debt In A Chapter 7 Bankruptcy Case?

Jul 1, 2017 | Randall@Saxton.Law | Bankruptcy, Law, Tax | No Comments

Image By: ccPixs.com Can I Discharge Income Tax Debt In A Chapter 7 Bankruptcy Case? Income tax debt is one of the reasons many people file for bankruptcy relief. However, most income tax debt is non-dischargeable meaning you cannot get rid of the d

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Attorney Randall R. Saxton Was Honored With the Pro Bono Award at a Ceremony in May

Attorney Randall R. Saxton Was Honored With the Pro Bono Award at a Ceremony in May

Jun 22, 2017 | Randall@Saxton.Law | Law, News | No Comments

Madison attorney Randall R. Saxton of Saxton Law, PLLC and the Mississippi Emergency Management Agency received the Pro Bono Award for his commitment to pro bono mediations in municipal court as well as through leadership with community organizations

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How Bankruptcy Leads to Bad Credit

How Bankruptcy Leads to Bad Credit

Jun 8, 2017 | Randall@Saxton.Law | Bankruptcy, Law | No Comments

By OppLoans.com Filing for bankruptcy doesn’t always lead to bad credit, but only if your credit is very bad to begin with.   There are many, many different ways that you can lower your credit score. You can take out too much debt, especially

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