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  • Can Debt Negotiation Help Me?
    Can Debt Negotiation Help Me?

    Debt can put a financial and emotional toll on you and your family, especially if you feel like there is no way out. Thankfully, there are many debt relief options available to you, including debt ...

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  • Why Am I in Debt?
    Why Am I in Debt?

    Why Am I in Debt? By: Buchalter & Pelphrey Attorneys At Law Many people can easily pinpoint the reason(s) why they’re in debt, but for others, the source of their money troubles is less clear. Common ...

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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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  • Can Debt Collectors Seize Your Stimulus Check During COVID-19?
    Can Debt Collectors Seize Your Stimulus Check During COVID-19?

    For individuals and families who experienced a layoff or unexpected medical expense due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the CARES Act promised a small yet welcome form of relief: the stimulus check. For ...

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  • Everything You Need to Know About Time-Barred Debt
    Everything You Need to Know About Time-Barred Debt

    When you owe a massive amount of debt, you may wonder what would happen if you ignored all collection attempts indefinitely. Would it ever go away? Would you lose all your assets in the process? How ...

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  • Debt Settlement or Bankruptcy: Which Is Right For Me?
    Debt Settlement or Bankruptcy: Which Is Right For Me?

    Most people have heard the term “bankruptcy” before, although it’s usually associated with high-profile debt relief cases and the extravagant spending habits of the wildly wealthy. In actuality, more ...

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