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  • Can I File for Bankruptcy if I'm Unemployed?
    Can I File for Bankruptcy if I'm Unemployed?

    If you are facing mounting debts, you are likely searching for ways to keep your head above the water and get out of the deep end. Filing for bankruptcy can help you start on a path toward getting ...

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  • Meeting Chapter 13 Bankruptcy Debt Limits
    Meeting Chapter 13 Bankruptcy Debt Limits

    To file a Chapter 13 bankruptcy, there are a number of requirements you will have to fulfill, which also includes your current debt amount. In the event that the total of your non-contingent, ...

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  • Can I Get a Loan After Filing for Bankruptcy?
    Can I Get a Loan After Filing for Bankruptcy?

    One reason many people refuse to consider bankruptcy is they believe the damage to their credit history will be so severe they’ll never be able to rebuild it. As a result, they’ll never be able to ...

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  • What is a Motion for Deficiency?
    What is a Motion for Deficiency?

    When you default on your mortgage and your lender forecloses on your property, they will sell the property and use the proceeds from the sale to pay off the remainder of your loan plus fees and ...

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  • Understanding Asset Protection in Bankruptcy
    Understanding Asset Protection in Bankruptcy

    “Won’t I lose everything if I declare bankruptcy?” This is a fairly common question we receive from people who are struggling with their debt but don’t want to consider bankruptcy as an option. As ...

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  • What Bankruptcy Is Best for Me?
    What Bankruptcy Is Best for Me?

    Declaring bankruptcy isn’t a decision that should be taken lightly: you need to do a lot of careful research and consider a number of factors before creating and filing a petition. One of the factors ...

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