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  • Millions Owed to Homeowners Due to Mortgage Servicing Errors
    Millions Owed to Homeowners Due to Mortgage Servicing Errors

    When a homeowner files bankruptcy , the automatic stay protects them from foreclosure and other mortgage-related collection actions. However, their mortgage servicer is still required to fulfill ...

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  • What Are Bankruptcy Exemptions—and Why Do They Matter?
    What Are Bankruptcy Exemptions—and Why Do They Matter?

    Are you considering filing Chapter 7 or Chapter 13 bankruptcy? One important factor to consider is whether bankruptcy exemptions will cover everything you own. An exemption is a bankruptcy law that ...

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  • Are PPP Loans Dischargeable in Bankruptcy?
    Are PPP Loans Dischargeable in Bankruptcy?

    In the early days of the pandemic, Congress passed the Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security (CARES) Act . Part of this $2.2 trillion package was the Paycheck Protection Program (PPP), which ...

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  • What Happens After Chapter 13 Is Paid Off?
    What Happens After Chapter 13 Is Paid Off?

    Chapter 13 bankruptcy is a long process—much longer than Chapter 7 , which typically takes less than six months. When you file Chapter 13, your bankruptcy isn’t over until you complete all your ...

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  • Bankruptcy and Foreclosure: 10 Frequently Asked Questions
    Bankruptcy and Foreclosure: 10 Frequently Asked Questions

    Millions of homeowners throughout the United States are struggling with crushing debt. Many have underwater mortgages, meaning they owe more than their homes are worth. Others are overwhelmed with ...

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  • Bankruptcy Terminology: 18 Key Concepts
    Bankruptcy Terminology: 18 Key Concepts

    Before filing (or even considering) bankruptcy , the best way to make an informed decision is to familiarize yourself with the terms and concepts that your case may involve. At Buchalter & Pelphrey ...

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