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What is a Bankruptcy Petition Preparer?

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Bankruptcy Preparer

Bankruptcy Petition Preparer When you file for bankruptcy you are required to file a bankruptcy petition with the court. Most people do so with the assistance of a bankruptcy attorney or bankruptcy petition preparer. Basically, the petition is your bankruptcy application and it tells the court about your debts and assets. Bankruptcy petitions can be […]

Partial Bankruptcy

Partial Bankruptcy Is there such a thing as filing for partial bankruptcy? If you are dealing with just a single problem debt or your situation is temporary, is bankruptcy right for you? Every day people consider filing for bankruptcy. They might be drowning in credit card debt or they lost their jobs and their bills […]

Greener grass

If you’re considering bankruptcy, there’s a good chance you have a lot of questions. One of the most common concerns when filing for bankruptcy is how doing so will affect your assets. From your home to your vehicle to your financial savings, bankruptcy can creep into every area of your life. But does bankruptcy affect […]

flash sale

Transferring or selling assets before bankruptcy There are plenty of ways someone dealing with financial problems can make money and yard sales and rummages are one of the most popular. After all, what better way to earn some cash than to sell items around your home you no longer want or need? But is this […]

Signature

Co-signers and Bankruptcy If you’re considering co-signing a loan for a friend or family member, or you have a loan with a co-signer, it’s important to understand the implications, especially if you or the primary borrower is considering bankruptcy. Co-signed loans are handled differently than individual loans in bankruptcy. The most important thing to realize […]

Meeting

The 341 Meeting of Creditors can be one of the most intimidating aspects of filing for bankruptcy but it doesn’t need to be. Preparing for the meeting and knowing what to expect can put you at ease and ensure everything goes smoothly. What should you do before the meeting to make sure you aren’t caught […]

One of the most difficult aspects of adjusting to life after bankruptcy is living with a budget. Many people create weekly and monthly budgets to keep them on track financially, and they are accustomed to this being part of their life. Unfortunately, as someone dealing with a changed financial outlook, you’re going to need a […]

Though financial issues can arise for any reason, for many people it is their home that causes them the greatest financial burden. After all, a home is the biggest investment for many families and as life changes, their ability to afford the amount they originally agreed to pay can change. Everyone assumes some amount of […]

Employment and Credit Checks: What You Should Know

It might seem unfair, but potential employers might have the right to view your credit history when you apply for a job. This doesn’t mean every time you fill out an application the company can run a credit check, but many potential employers request permission from applicants to use a credit report as an evaluating […]

What is a Chapter 20 Bankruptcy?

Most people are aware there are different types of bankruptcy, but many are unable to explain the difference. In Chapter 13 bankruptcy, debt is re-organized and the person filing is responsible for much of what is owed on these debts. The goal is to create a payment plan that makes debt affordable again and enables […]

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Tampa Bankruptcy Law Blog

What is a Bankruptcy Petition Preparer?

What is a Bankruptcy Petition Preparer?

Bankruptcy Petition Preparer When you file for bankruptcy you are required to file a bankruptcy petition with the court. Most...
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Is There Such a Thing as Partial Bankruptcy?

Is There Such a Thing as Partial Bankruptcy?

Partial Bankruptcy Is there such a thing as filing for partial bankruptcy? If you are dealing with just a single...
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Does Bankruptcy Affect a Life Insurance Policy?

Does Bankruptcy Affect a Life Insurance Policy?

If you’re considering bankruptcy, there’s a good chance you have a lot of questions. One of the most common concerns...
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Does Bankruptcy Affect College Grants and Loans?

Does Bankruptcy Affect College Grants and Loans?

College is one of the most expensive investments you’ll ever make. This is especially true if you attend beyond the...
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What to Do If You Have No Money to File for Bankruptcy

What to Do If You Have No Money to File for Bankruptcy

Money to File Bankruptcy It comes as a surprise to many people that filing for bankruptcy is not free. How...
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Can I Protect a Debt from Discharge?

Can I Protect a Debt from Discharge?

Discharge of Debt in Bankruptcy The discharge of debt is one of the main reasons people file for bankruptcy. In...
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Debt Collector Threats: When You Need to Be Concerned

Debt Collector Threats: When You Need to Be Concerned

Have you fallen behind on your debt obligations? Are calls from debt collectors a daily occurrence in your life? You...
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How Fear of Bankruptcy Can Keep You Financially Stuck

How Fear of Bankruptcy Can Keep You Financially Stuck

Eliminating Financial Problems through Bankruptcy can be a Path to a Brighter Future Bankruptcy is one of the most useful...
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How to Deal with Credit Report Errors After Filing for Bankruptcy

How to Deal with Credit Report Errors After Filing for Bankruptcy

Credit Report Errors After Bankruptcy You’ve reached the end of the bankruptcy process, your debts have been discharged, and you’re...
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Three Times Bankruptcy could be a Must

Three Times Bankruptcy could be a Must

Filing Bankruptcy is Necessary under some Circumstances Financial trouble is one of the worst stressors you can face in life....
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