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Social Security

How Bankruptcy and Social Security Are Related Bankruptcy is one of the best tools available for managing significant debt and easing financial worries, but it isn’t something you should take lightly. Filing for bankruptcy can affect many areas of your life in good and bad ways, so it’s important to consider its effects before taking […]

Credit Cards

Credit Cards and Bankruptcy One of the most common questions bankruptcy attorneys hear from clients is whether or not they can keep any of their credit cards when they file. It’s not a surprising question. After years of relying on credit cards as a security net or for the occasional splurge, the idea of giving […]

road map

Timeline for Filing Bankruptcy Bankruptcy is not something anyone plans to do in his or her life, but once you’ve filed, looking back might allow you to see the path you were headed down for some time. Rarely does anyone have a single event cause them to file for bankruptcy immediately. Bankruptcy is usually the […]

Credit cards

If you feel as if you are drowning in credit card debt and you aren’t sure where to find relief, you aren’t alone. Credit card debt is one of the primary reasons people consider bankruptcy. The average American has between $15,000 and $20,000 worth of credit card debt and that number appears to be rising. […]

Paperwork

Paperwork and Filing for Bankruptcy in Florida Filing for bankruptcy sounds simple enough, but it’s actually a complicated legal proceeding that requires a great deal of organization. Unfortunately, if you fail to submit a document or you make a mistake on anything the court requires, it can result in the dismissal of your case. Not […]

What Should I Know about College Loan Debt?

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If you’re thinking about borrowing money to pay for college or your child is thinking about college and you know a loan is your only option for paying tuition, you aren’t alone. More than half of all college students are using loans to pay for their tuition. And while there are many loan programs that […]

Is Filing for Chapter 7 Bankruptcy a Bad Idea?

Filing for Bankruptcy

If you’ve been dealing with financial challenges for an extended period of time, chances are you’ve considered bankruptcy. Most people who have fallen behind on their debts to the point they are receiving phone daily phone calls from creditors have at least wondered if bankruptcy could improve their situation. And most people find, with just […]

Undecided

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 […]

How is Cash Handled in Chapter 7 Bankruptcy?

It might surprise some people to know that someone with cash can still file for bankruptcy. As a matter of fact, you need to pay a fee in order to file so you need to have some liquid income to begin the bankruptcy process. Despite struggling to make ends meet and needing to take the […]

Leftover Debt: What You Can Expect to Pay after Bankruptcy

Bankruptcy can free you from financial burdens that have plagued you for years. It can make your life easier and provide a fresh start, financially speaking. It can also help you get back on track and undo any damage that was caused by your own mistakes or by uncontrollable circumstances. Despite all the good that […]

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Tampa Bankruptcy Law Blog

Social Security and Bankruptcy: Do I Need to Worry about My Income?

Social Security and Bankruptcy: Do I Need to Worry about My Income?

How Bankruptcy and Social Security Are Related Bankruptcy is one of the best tools available for managing significant debt and...
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Bankruptcy and Cross-Collateralization: What You Need to Know

Bankruptcy and Cross-Collateralization: What You Need to Know

Everyone’s financial situation is different, which makes each and every bankruptcy unique – and potentially complicated. One of the things...
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Foreclosure on the Horizon? Here’s What You Can Do to Stop the Process

Foreclosure on the Horizon? Here’s What You Can Do to Stop the Process

Preventing Foreclosure Out-of-control debt can cause a number of problems in your life, but few are as intimidating as the...
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Can I Keep Any Credit Cards If I File for Bankruptcy?

Can I Keep Any Credit Cards If I File for Bankruptcy?

Credit Cards and Bankruptcy One of the most common questions bankruptcy attorneys hear from clients is whether or not they...
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How Does Bankruptcy Affect My Possessions?

How Does Bankruptcy Affect My Possessions?

Bankruptcy and Possessions Filing for bankruptcy can improve your financial situation, but it also has a major impact on many...
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Bankruptcy and Renting: What You Need to Know

Renting a home after bankruptcy There are plenty of people who rent their homes. Many of them are faced with...
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Bankruptcy and Selling Assets: Can I Sell My Vehicle before I File?

Bankruptcy and Selling Assets: Can I Sell My Vehicle before I File?

Can a car be sold before filing for bankruptcy? Plenty of car owners face financial struggles and consider bankruptcy. It’s...
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Your Bankruptcy Timeline: What You Need to Know Before, During, and After You File

Your Bankruptcy Timeline: What You Need to Know Before, During, and After You File

Timeline for Filing Bankruptcy Bankruptcy is not something anyone plans to do in his or her life, but once you’ve...
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How Bankruptcy Affects a 401K Loan

How Bankruptcy Affects a 401K Loan

Bankruptcy affects all aspects of your life, including the money you’ve saved over the years. This is especially true if...
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Five Keys to Post Bankruptcy Success

Five Keys to Post Bankruptcy Success

Post-Bankruptcy Actions in Florida to Help With Bankruptcy Success Bankruptcy is one of the best ways to make a fresh...
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