Drowning in debt and feeling like you have no options? Financial trouble can be draining.
Updike, Tracy L.
Filing for bankruptcy is a decision that should not be taken lightly. While many hardships that lead to bankruptcy may be unexpected, it still deserves an evaluation of personal responsibility, if only to help one prepare to avoid such a happenstance in the future.
Filing for bankruptcy can be an overwhelming process leaving you with many questions and worries.
Deciding whether or not to file for bankruptcy is never easy. If you have exhausted all other options, feel like you are drowning in debt and unable to make ends meet, bankruptcy may be a way to end the vicious cycle.
Tracy Updike to join Widener University Commonwealth Law School as Adjunct Professor of Bankruptcy Law.
Attorney Tracy Updike’s presentation will provide you with valuable information about options for financial restructuring.
Tuesday, September 22nd at 7:00pm
Fredricksen Library – Atrium
RiverFront Chats – recorded session
Financial Reboot After COVID-19: Getting a Fresh Start with Bankruptcy
Presented by: Dauphin County Bar Association
Featured presenter: Attorney Tracy Updike
The CARES Act, which addresses the economic impact of the pandemic, included provisions for small business reorganization and personal bankruptcy.
Legislators addressed the preservation of housing in the CARES Act. The law includes provisions for both homeowners and renters, who are experiencing economic hardship due to COVID-19.
Recent lawsuits against major car manufacturers and financing companies alleged that vehicles they financed were repossessed without providing the borrower with notice as required by Article 9.
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