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What Happens to Your Mortgage after a Bankruptcy Discharge?

One of the primary reasons people are reluctant to file for bankruptcy is because they are worried about what will happen to their home.

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Is Your Bankruptcy Attorney a Miracle Worker?

Working with a bankruptcy attorney is essential. You could file on your own, but it’s the last thing you want to do. If you’ve struggle to manage your finances or you’re dealing with unexpected life circumstances that led to your bankruptcy, you don’t need to stretch yourself too thin by also taking on a bankruptcy.

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How Long Does a Trustee Stay in Control?

When you file for bankruptcy a trustee is assigned to your case. This person is responsible for making sure your creditors are paid from the proceeds of your bankruptcy.

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Five Tips to Help You Recover from Bankruptcy

The time following your bankruptcy is one of the most important periods of your life. The choices you make during and after your bankruptcy affect how successful the bankruptcy will be at helping you make a fresh financial start.

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Can I Rent after Bankruptcy?

People delay or avoid bankruptcy because they are worried it will turn their lives upside. Unfortunately, the longer they wait to file the worse their lives actually get. Many are worried they’ll be unable to rent an apartment or home because they’ve filed for bankruptcy.

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Bankruptcy behind the Scenes

There’s a lot that goes into filing for bankruptcy and unless you’ve been through the process, you likely have no idea what to expect.

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Why Your Main Goal Should Not Be Avoiding Bankruptcy

Ask a group of people what’s the worst thing that can happen financially and there’s a good chance at least a few of them will answer “filing for bankruptcy.” This is the sort of thinking that has given bankruptcy its stigma over the years and the reason why so many people do everything they can to avoid filing.

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Why Filing for Bankruptcy during Unemployment is Beneficial

If you’ve recently – or not so recently – lost your job, you are not alone. The economy has been stagnant for some time and many people who are out of work have been searching for employment for a long time. Many have even given up their search, realizing they’ll never find what they need to make ends meet.

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Payday Loans and Bankruptcy

Payday loans are a tempting option for anyone strapped for cash. They seem simple enough: borrow a few hundred dollars to get you through until your next paycheck, which is likely just a few days or weeks away. Pay back the money quickly and there’s very little interest due.

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How Your Bankruptcy Mistakes Can Hurt Your Loved Ones

Bankruptcy is a tool used by people to help them get their lives back on track. In most cases, filing for bankruptcy is going to have no effect on your friends or family, with the possible exception of your spouse. However, there are instances in which your filing for bankruptcy could harm your loved ones. The chances of this happening are higher if you file without an attorney.

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Help! I Changed My Mind and I Want to Withdraw My Bankruptcy

Filing for bankruptcy is a great way to pull yourself out of a dire financial situation. Unfortunately, if done incorrectly, though, bankruptcy just creates more chaos. This is often the case for people who choose to file without the support and guidance of an attorney. They make mistakes when they file and they are left worse off than had they never file. Sadly, once you file, there is little that can be done to make things better.

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Do I Need to Be a Citizen to File for Bankruptcy?

America is filled with people who have debt, but America also offers more resources to deal with debt than many other countries. This is great news for anyone who has accumulated debt at any point during their time living in the United States.

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Will My Employer Know about My Bankruptcy?

The thought of filing for bankruptcy can trigger a number of fears. Unfortunately, these fears prevent people from filing when bankruptcy would actually be a beneficial tool to help them get their financial lives back on track. One of the most common fears is whether or not the filer’s employer will know about the bankruptcy.

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What You Need to Know about “Cheap” Bankruptcy Attorneys

It’s a familiar cliché to most people: “You get what you pay for.”

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Think You Don’t Need an Attorney? Bankruptcy is about More than Filling Out Forms!

When someone learns it’s possible to file for bankruptcy without hiring a bankruptcy attorney, they often assume this is a good way to save money. After all, filing for bankruptcy isn’t going to require more than filling out a few forms, right?

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Should Bankruptcy Really Be a Last Resort?

Anyone who is struggling with money has likely considered bankruptcy to some degree, but most people consider it the absolute last resort. They exhaust all of their other options and when there’s nothing left to do except give up they file for bankruptcy.

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Don’t Repay Your Debts!

If you’re struggling financially, chances are you know how important it is to pay your bills even if you’ve been unable to do so. The truth is paying your bills should be a priority, but there comes a time when paying your debts could work against you. How is that?

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Bankruptcy or Retirement?

If you are someone who has experienced a difficult financial phase, chances are you’ve considered a variety of options to ease the burden. One of the most common solutions people have for resolving their financial challenges is to take money they’ve saved and use it to pay off debt.

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Questions You Should Ask during Your Bankruptcy Consultation

A bankruptcy consultation is a great way to gather information about the process of filing for bankruptcy. A consultation is also a great way to get a sense of whether a specific attorney is right for you or if you need to interview additional people.

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Tips for those Drowning in Student Loan Debt

If your financial struggles are primarily caused by student loan debt, you are not alone. The student loan debt of Americans is estimated to be more than $1 trillion and about $85,000,000,000 is past due. The average borrower has about $30,000 in student loan debt. Some financial experts believe the situation is so bad it’s going to dwarf the mortgage crisis of the last decade.

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At the Tampa Bay law firm, the Law Offices of Robert M. Geller, P.A., we help people with consumer bankruptcy matters in the Tampa Bay-St. Petersburg,  Florida communities such as Clearwater, St. Petersburg, Thonotosassa, Riverview, Lutz, Plant City, Brandon, Carrollwood, Wesley Chapel, St. Petersburg Beach, Lakeland, Mulberry, Dade City, Pinellas Park, Largo, Seminole, Odessa, Oldsmar and Lithia, and counties such as Hillsborough County, Pinellas County, Pasco County, Polk County and Manatee County.