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Are Judgments Discharged in Bankruptcy?

When your debts are piling up and you lack the ability to make your payments while still supporting your family, it may be time to speak with a bankruptcy lawyer about your options. Bankruptcy is ...
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Proposing This Holiday Season? Buy a Ring Without Going Into Debt

The holiday season is a popular time for proposals and, unfortunately, for accruing significant debt. If you intend on proposing to your honey this winter, purchase a ring that you can afford without ...
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Need a Replacement Vehicle? Here's How You Can Get a Loan After Bankruptcy

After filing for bankruptcy, you can expect to put in some work repairing your finances. You'll need to live on a strict budget for a while, but this doesn't mean that it will take years to ...
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A Quick Look at Bankruptcy Legal Fees

If you're considering filing for bankruptcy, you might be wondering how you can afford to pay legal fees for your case. Bankruptcy lawyers understand that their clients come to them in difficult ...
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Answers to Your Questions About Secured Credit Cards

After a bankruptcy, you may be surprised just how quickly credit card offers begin to show up in the mailbox again. Some of these offers may be for secured cards. For some people, secured cards can be ...
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Using Credit Cards Wisely

Credit cards can either be one of your smartest financial tools or the key to your financial downfall. Many people find themselves facing bankruptcy when credit card balances and fees get out of ...
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Design a Better Budget with This App

Download the app here. Whether you are coming out of a bankruptcy or trying to avoid one, creating a budget could be the first step to financial recovery. As you work with your bankruptcy lawyer to ...
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A Look at Filing for Bankruptcy in Your 20s

Most people think about bankruptcy as something that people tend to face later in life, when circumstances become dire because of a job loss, divorce, or other major life event. In reality, young ...
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Explaining Bankruptcy to Your Kids

Young children need stability and consistency. But when a family faces financial hardship, it can be difficult to continue providing them with a lifestyle to which they're accustomed. After ...
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What Can I Expect After Bankruptcy?

If you've filed for bankruptcy, you may have done so because you were being harassed by creditors and debt collection agencies. You may have even been sued in small claims court and you may have ...
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Preparing to Purchase a Home After Chapter 7

One of the most common concerns people have about filing for bankruptcy is whether they will ever be able to qualify for a mortgage. It's true that it's not common for bankruptcy petitioners ...
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Tips for Managing Special Occasions While on a Budget

Chapter 13 bankruptcy involves following a strict repayment plan for a few years. At the end of your repayment plan, the remainder of your debts can be discharged. In the meantime, it's very ...
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Can an Active Duty Servicemember File for Bankruptcy?

Much like police officers, members of the U.S. Armed Services are held to a higher standard of personal conduct than the average citizen. However, financial problems can and do happen to anyone. It is ...
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Getting a Mortgage After Bankruptcy

It's true that you are unlikely to obtain a mortgage immediately after receiving a bankruptcy discharge, but you probably won't have to wait as long as you might think. You may only need to ...
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Embracing Your Budget During Chapter 13

If your Chapter 13 repayment plan is approved by the bankruptcy court, then you will spend the next three to five years abiding by a strict budget. All of your disposable income will go to the ...
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Are You Eligible for Chapter 7?

Chapter 7 bankruptcy is a popular type of bankruptcy filing because it is possible to eliminate all of your dischargeable debts without having to work through a three-to five-year repayment plan. ...
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What Happens if You Get Married While in Bankruptcy?

If you have already filed for Chapter 7 or Chapter 13 bankruptcy, it's a good idea to discuss any major life changes with your bankruptcy attorney. Getting married while in bankruptcy won't ...
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Dealing with a Default on Your Chapter 13 Payments

After your bankruptcy attorney gets your repayment plan confirmed, you will be expected to make monthly payments to the trustee for the next three to five years. These monthly payments comprise all of ...
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Objections to Bankruptcy Disbursements

After a bankruptcy lawyer files a petition with the court, a trustee will handle the details of how the creditors will be paid from the debtor's nonexempt assets. The trustee will develop a report ...
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Choosing Between Joint and Individual Bankruptcy

Bankruptcy law is complicated. Whether or not spouses should file bankruptcy together or separately is a conundrum that must be considered on a case-by-case basis. Visit a bankruptcy attorney and ...
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Who Collects Payments in Chapter 13 Bankruptcies?

If you choose to file for Chapter 13 bankruptcy with the help of a bankruptcy lawyer, you'll be required to submit a repayment proposal to the court. This outlines the way in which you'll pay ...
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A Guide to Rebuilding Credit After Your Bankruptcy Filing

Filing for bankruptcy represents a financial setback, but it also brings the promise of a brighter financial future. After you receive a discharge of your debts, you can begin rebuilding your finances ...
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Medical Costs and Bankruptcy

Chronic and life-threatening illnesses often require thousands of dollars in medical treatments. If the diagnosis is cancer, that figure could easily rise to the hundreds of thousands of dollars. ...
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3 Things Not to Do Before You File for Bankruptcy

There's plenty to do to get ready to file for bankruptcy. There is paperwork to organize, a petition to prepare, and credit counseling to complete. Fortunately, if you've hired a bankruptcy ...
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Before and After Your Chapter 7 Filing: What You Need to Know

Filing for Chapter 7 bankruptcy is a complicated process. It's in your best interests to have a bankruptcy attorney handle your case for you; otherwise, you may have your case dismissed due to ...
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