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If you are reading this, chances are you have received your Chapter 7 discharge, or you recently finished paying your Chapter 13 plan. If this is the case, congratulations! You now have an opportunity to move forward with a fresh start. While bankruptcy gives you financial relief, you may have some questions about your life…

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paying-family-bankruptcy

During difficult financial times, you turn to family and friends for help. They lend you money when banks couldn’t, regardless of your credit score. But when your debts pile up, can you pay back your family any money owed to them before filing for bankruptcy? A quick answer is “no.” You should avoid paying relatives and…

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Bankruptcy Attorney

No one wants to file for bankruptcy. But many Americans did file last year and many more will file this year. The question then becomes: What drives them into a situation where they need to wipe their financial slate clean? What happened along the way that made bankruptcy the best option available? There are three…

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Bankruptcy Attorney

Bankruptcy judges are not very kind to those who attempt to defraud the bankruptcy process. Even innocent-seeming transactions can cause a bankruptcy judge or the trustee to look askance at your filing. To avoid even the appearance that you are trying to pull one over on them, you should avoid making any of the following…

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Bankruptcy Attorney

Most people file for bankruptcy once they learn that a creditor has either initiated a lawsuit against them or made their intent to sue known. The lawsuit cannot move forward, however, until you are actually served with papers. If the debt is small enough to be handled in small claims court, then you can be…

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Springfield Bankruptcy

Most folks think that if they file for bankruptcy, they’ll never be able to get credit again. They have dreams of buying a house, so they wait and wait while interest accumulates on their accounts. They struggle to repay the money they owe until eventually, they have no choice but to file for bankruptcy. With…

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choosing a Bankrutpcy Attorney

So your finances are getting away from you? You’re not alone. Every year millions of Americans file for bankruptcy. They lose their jobs, they incur unforeseen medical expenses, or they keep trying to pay but it never seems like their balance goes down. Then their creditors start filing lawsuits against them. They go online and…

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Bankruptcy Attorney

Bankruptcy Individuals have two main options for bankruptcy: Chapter 7 and Chapter 13. These are vastly different in the way that they manage your debts. They also have different credit penalties and are well-suited to handling specific types of debt. In this article, we’ll take a look at some of the main differences between Chapter…

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Bankruptcy Attorney

Those who are facing foreclosure often consider the possibility of bankruptcy. Of course, when most people think of bankruptcy, they think of Chapter 7. They wrongly assume that their debts will be wiped out with a penalty on their credit report. While this does describe Chapter 7, there is another type of bankruptcy, Chapter 13,…

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