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  • Does Chapter 13 Lower Mortgage Payments?
    Does Chapter 13 Lower Mortgage Payments?

    Chapter 13 is a popular bankruptcy option for individuals hoping to adjust their mortgages or avoid foreclosure . But how exactly does this work, considering that mortgages are a form of secured debt, ...

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  • How Many Calls from a Debt Collector Is Considered Harassment?
    How Many Calls from a Debt Collector Is Considered Harassment?

    If you have experienced creditor harassment , you may have legal recourse—in other words, you can file a lawsuit seeking compensation for any losses or harm you’ve sustained. Some consumers who sue ...

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  • Top 12 Frequently Asked Questions About Bankruptcy
    Top 12 Frequently Asked Questions About Bankruptcy

    At The Buchalter Law Group , we take our clients’ questions very seriously. We work every day to empower those we serve with the knowledge they need to make smart decisions and build the lives they ...

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  • Can You Keep Your Tax Refund After Filing Chapter 7?
    Can You Keep Your Tax Refund After Filing Chapter 7?

    The average tax refund—the amount you receive because too much was withheld from your paycheck— is nearly $2,000 . As such, tax refunds are a fairly dependable form of annual income for many ...

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  • What to Expect After Chapter 7 Discharge
    What to Expect After Chapter 7 Discharge

    Is the Chapter 7 discharge the end of the bankruptcy process? What happens next? These are some of the most common questions we receive from clients wanting to know what life may be like after ...

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  • What Is the Difference Between Secured and Unsecured Debt?
    What Is the Difference Between Secured and Unsecured Debt?

    Whether bankruptcy is right for you doesn’t just depend on how much you owe—it also depends on what kind of debt you owe. The two general categories of debt are secured and unsecured. Secured means ...

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