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Five Tips to Help You with Bankruptcy Credit Counseling

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Bankruptcy Post Filing Education and Counseling Requirements If you’ve begun the bankruptcy process you already know about the education requirements. In nearly every case, a person filing for bankruptcy is required to participate in credit counseling. Proof of participation is needed for the bankruptcy court to discharge your debts and if you fail to honor […]

Is a Business Loan Possible If I File for Bankruptcy?

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Filing for Bankruptcy Filing for bankruptcy might make it seem as if your world has stopped, but the truth is it hasn’t. Life goes on, even after bankruptcy, and before you know it you’ll be thinking about your future and the opportunities that are ahead of you. As a matter of fact, many people opt […]

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 […]

What Happens If I Die Mid-Bankruptcy?

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Life is unpredictable and so is death. Very few people are able to predict when they will die and in many cases, death comes at an unexpected time in life and interferes with whatever happens to be going on. This is sometimes the case with bankruptcy. A person might be in the midst of filing […]

What Do I Need to Know about Property Seizure?

Asset Seizure

One of the scariest things that can happen when you’re dealing with out-of-control debt is property seizure. Creditors might legally be allowed to take things you own to satisfy debts and when you file for bankruptcy, the bankruptcy trustee might have the authority to seize certain property. What should you know about property seizure? Seizure […]

I’m Self Employed – Can I File for Bankruptcy?

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When it comes to being self-employed, sometimes it seems the odds are stacked against you. Taxes, insurance, other expenses… the list of frustrations goes on and on. But what about bankruptcy? If you run into financial difficulties while working for yourself is filing for bankruptcy an option? Though every situation is different, most self-employed people […]

Can I Move Out of State after Filing for Bankruptcy?

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Most people know there are limitations on traveling and moving if someone is accused of committing a crime, but what if you file for bankruptcy? Are you allowed to move to another state once you’ve filed for bankruptcy? The simplest answer is “yes, you can move after filing for bankruptcy,” and many people actually do […]

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 […]

One of the most common questions bankruptcy lawyers get from clients is whether or not they should keep making payments toward their debts. Unfortunately, there is a great deal of misleading information out there about how to deal with overwhelming debt. Some debt management companies encourage clients to stop making payments when they consolidate debts, […]

Debt in Collections? Five Things You Shouldn’t Do

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Having a debt be turned over to collections is not the end of the world. Even those who are careful with their finances can have a debt end up in collections. It’s hard to predict the future and emergencies arise that affect your finances. For instance, you might have a medical emergency or lose your […]

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