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Choosing a bankruptcy lawyer

Bankruptcy is the legal process of discharging your debts (chapter 7) or reorganizing your finances (chapter 13). When done correctly, it can help you shed debt and achieve a fresh start. But bankruptcy is not something that you should go...

Converting from Chapter 7 to Chapter 13

Through the Bankruptcy Code,1 Congress established two main types of consumer bankruptcy: Chapter 7 and Chapter 13. Chapter 7 is what most people think of when they hear the word “bankruptcy.” It is a type of liquidation. In Chapter 7,...

Debt Consolidation Versus Bankruptcy

If you are like the millions of Americans struggling with debt, it is important that you know that there are options. While bankruptcy may be one of those options, it may not be the best fit for your specific financial...

How Does Bankruptcy Affect Credit?

How Does Bankruptcy Affect My Credit? Your credit rating is one of the factors lenders use to determine if you are a good risk. A good credit rating can be the difference between being approved or rejected for a home...

The Truth About Debt Relief Services

Over the last few years, debt relief services have promoted themselves as a lifeline to those experiencing financial hardships. These companies use a variety of methods to negotiate, settle, and in some instances, eliminate debt. But debt relief companies are...

33 Things Not to Do When Filing for Bankruptcy

Don’t leave out Bank, Checking, Savings, Brokerage, Credit Union accounts from your list of accounts. Don’t file if your income is greater than your expenses. Don’t use your credit cards within the 3 months of filing. Don’t take Credit Card...

How Much Does Bankruptcy Cost?

During these unprecedented times, you may be one of the millions of Americans facing financial difficulties. Creditors hounding you and threatening to take your property can begin to take a toll. While you are making your best effort to satisfy...

Bankruptcy and Student Loans

There are many advantages of pursuing a college degree. The job opportunities a college education can provide are limitless. Still, with the cost of attending college continually on the rise, you may be forced to take out large loans in...

What Does Filing For Bankruptcy Mean?

If you are like the millions of Americans who are stuck in a seemingly never-ending cycle of debt, you are probably searching for a way out. You’ve done your best to meet your obligations, but you still may not be...

Discharge student loans outside of Bankruptcy

There are many Student loan workout programs to choose from. For disabled student loan borrowers, there is a program that can discharge their student loans entirely known as the Total and Permanent Disability Program (TPD). See www.disabilitydischarge.com. There are a...