Monthly Archives: January, 2010

Losing a Job: Ten Things You Can Do to Make it Less Painful, Part 1 — NMBankruptcyBlog.com

Unemployment rates continue to frighten most anyone who is watching. People are losing jobs, and it can be horribly difficult to find a new one, especially one that approaches the salary and benefits of an earlier one.  Times are different and they are difficult. One of my favorite legal self-help publishers has an article I’m […]

Losing a Job: Ten Things You Can Do to Make It Less Painful — NMBankruptcyBlog.com

Unemployment rates continue to frighten most anyone who is watching. People are losing jobs, and it can be horribly difficult to find a new one, especially one that approaches the salary and benefits of an earlier one.  Times are different and they are difficult. One of my favorite legal self-help publishers has an article I’m […]

#5 What About My Spouse’s Privacy? — NMBankruptcyBlog.com

This is a link to part of a series I’m doing over at the Bankruptcy Law Network called, “I’m Filing, My Spouse Isn’t — What Happens?” #5 What About My Spouse’s Privacy?

Ten Tips to Surviving the Holidays Without Going Broke — When the Bills Come — NMBankruptcyBlog.com

This is a tough season when money is tight (and always a tough season for resisting impulse buying).  One of my favorite legal self-help publishers has an article I’m running in series, on 12/1, 12/8, 12/15 and 1/14. Tips to keep in mind, thanks to Nolo. Hope you survived the shopping part — now is […]