Rising Health Insurance Costs and Bankruptcy

News just came out about the increase in 2017 health insurance rates from the state exchanges under the Affordable Care Act, more popularly known as Obama Care. Medical insurance rates made the news because the average premium is increasing by … Continue reading

Estate Planning for “Normal” People

Estate Planning for “Normal” People

By Kimberley Spears How many times have you heard someone say they don’t have an estate that’s big enough to plan for? Maybe you’ve said this yourself!  Many people believe that estate planning is only for the very wealthy. But in … Continue reading

New Year’s Resolutions for Those in Debt

New Year’s Resolutions for Those in Debt

Posted by on Dec 26, 2013 in Personal Finance | No Comments

My partner Jeena Cho and I have been discussing plans and strategies for 2014. Along with this comes the annual resolution pitch we all seem to give ourselves: eat better, go the gym, blah blah. There is something a little … Continue reading

Will I Ever be Debt Free?

Will I Ever be Debt Free?

Posted by on Nov 14, 2013 in Personal Finance | No Comments

By Jeena Cho Money, especially in the context of debt has a lot of emotions surrounding it. If you’ve been avoiding your debt because you’re feeling guilty, shame, embarrassment, fear, anger or some other emotion, this post is for you. Being … Continue reading

Austerity Measures in Bankruptcy | San Francisco Bankruptcy Attorney

Austerity Measures in Bankruptcy | San Francisco Bankruptcy Attorney

By: Jeena Cho, San Francisco Bankruptcy Attorney If you’ve been watching the news, you probably saw stories about Greece and its austerity measures. Austerity describes government policies to reduce budget deficits. Oftentimes, austerity measures are necessary in personal bankruptcy as … Continue reading