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Chapter 13 Bankruptcy – How do Creditors get Paid?

Consumer Law Pro 2851 S Parker Rd, Ste 1158 Aurora Co 80014 Phone: 303-297-7729 Consumer Law Pro is designated as a Federal Debt Relief Agency by an Act of Congress and the President of the United States. We proudly assist consumers seeking relief under the U.S. Bankruptcy Code. A Member of the National Association of Consumer […]

Debt Settlement

There are many commercials from debt settlement companies that promise to settle debts for pennies on the dollar or for low monthly payments. You should be skeptical about these claims. These ads and the national debt settlement companies are harmful to consumers. In some cases, it makes sense to settle your debt and Consumer Law […]

Should You Sign A Reaffirmation Agreement?

A reaffirmation agreement removes a secured loan from your bankruptcy discharge. You will remain personally liable for the loan after your discharge is ordered if you sign such an agreement. You have the right to rescind a reaffirmation agreement at anytime before your case is closed. Advantages of signing a reaffirmation agreement. Unless you sign […]

Private Student Loans may once again be dischargeable in bankruptcy

On September 16, 2010, the House Judiciary Subcommittee on Commercial and Administrative Law took the first steps in reversing language in the 2005 bankruptcy law related to private student loan debt by approving on a 6-3 party line vote H.R. 5043, the Private Student Loan Bankruptcy Fairness Act. NACBA has been actively involved in helping […]

Obtaining New Credit After Bankruptcy

Although a bankruptcy filing can remain on your credit report for 10 years, many individuals are able to rebuild their credit to the point that they will not be turned down for a major credit card or car loan after about two years from the date they received their bankruptcy discharge. Most creditors look for […]

Can I keep a credit card out of the bankruptcy for use later?

If you have a balance on a credit card at the time you file, you must list that debt on your petition. Keep in mind that the schedules are filed under penalty of perjury and lying on your petition can lead to your discharge being denied. If you do not have a balance on your […]