3 Key Reasons To Consult With A Bankruptcy Attorney When Facing Crippling Debt

Posted on: 10 December 2018

Debt is something that can cripple you financially. It may be so bad that you're considering bankruptcy. If you've found yourself in this situation, be sure to consult with a bankruptcy attorney. They can help you tackle bankruptcy in the following ways.  See If You're a Good Candidate  Since filing for bankruptcy is permanent and will affect your financial future for the foreseeable future, it's important to talk with a bankruptcy attorney first.
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A Few Things You Need To Know About Saving Your Home With A Chapter 13 Bankruptcy

Posted on: 21 October 2018

Sometimes life gets complicated and you end up with financial problems you can't take care of on your own. If you are feeling trapped and like you are drowning in debt, your only option may be a bankruptcy. A Chapter 13 bankruptcy is a good option when you have a home you want to save but already have a lot of missed payments you need to make up. With a Chapter 13, you will be given the opportunity to pay all the payments you have missed over the course of three to five years.
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Bankruptcy Questions For First-Time Filers

Posted on: 29 August 2018

Do you have debts and bills that are unsustainable? If so, the solution to your problems could be filing for bankruptcy. While there are many negative connotations about using bankruptcy, it is possible to give you financial protection from debts you cannot recover from. Here are some questions that many first-time bankruptcy filers have about the process. Are All Debts Discharged When Using Bankruptcy? Bankruptcy is designed to protect people that have taken on more debt than they're able to repay, but be aware that some debts are not covered with bankruptcy.
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Can You File For Bankruptcy Without Your Spouse?

Posted on: 14 July 2018

When you get married, you become one in more than one way. For this reason, when one spouse is facing the possibility of bankruptcy they often wonder — does my spouse have to file too? Unfortunately, there is no clear-cut answer to the question, as there are a variety of factors that determine the decision. But here are some factors you can consider to bring you closer to an answer.
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