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Blog Posts in November, 2020

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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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  • Beware of New Stimulus Check Text Scam
    Beware of New Stimulus Check Text Scam

    In April of 2020, the federal government responded to the COVID-19 pandemic by sending economic income payments of up to $1,200 each to most Americans. Since then, struggling individuals and families ...

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  • Can One Person In a Marriage File Bankruptcy?
    Can One Person In a Marriage File Bankruptcy?

    Are you considering bankruptcy ? You may be struggling under the weight of unmanageable debt, looking for the best way to relieve your financial burden. For many people, bankruptcy eliminates ...

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  • Top 4 IRS Audit Triggers
    Top 4 IRS Audit Triggers

    In 2016, the IRS audited more than 1 million tax returns . This is just 0.49% of the 244 million tax returns filed that year. However, the probability of being audited by the IRS is not necessarily ...

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