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Dangers of using Petition Preparer (non-attorney) to file your Bankruptcy The main reason you should not use a petition preparer is because they are prohibited from providing legal advice. Once the case is filed, the preparer has no further involvement....
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If you wish to Surrender the Collateral: Vehicles: You are no longer obligated to make the monthly payment, however, you must make arrangements with the lender to surrender the collateral within 45 days after the filing of your bankruptcy petition....
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As soon as you realize you are struggling to maintain your debt obligations, you should speak to an attorney. An ethical attorney will not push you to file bankruptcy but will provide you the advice you need to make your...
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A common mistake many people make when it comes to filing bankruptcy is too wait to long to schedule a consultation. Most attorneys offer a free initial consultation. At the conclusion of the consultation, the attorney will generally provide you...
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When a Chapter 13 Bankruptcy May Be Preferable to a Chapter 7. 1) A Chapter 13 can remove a second mortgage from your home. Your attorney must file a motion to value collateral. To qualify, you must show that your...
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In most cases, it makes sense to file under chapter 7. This is the quickest and most cost-effective way to obtain debt relief. It does not involve a repayment plan and most people who file under chapter 7 lose very...
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When you decide to hire a bankruptcy lawyer you should take caution in choosing an attorney based on experience level rather than basing your decision on price alone. When you have reached the point of filing bankruptcy, you cannot afford...
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