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Monthly Archives: December 2015

What Is The Chapter 13 Administrative Multiplier?

December 24, 2015 | Posted in Chapter 13

There are many different areas of a bankruptcy proceeding that can be really difficult to decipher and they are complex. During the bankruptcy no matter which chapter is being applied for there are many forms that need to be filled out and a lot of calculations that have to be done. In a Chapter 13 […]

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What Kind Of Bankruptcy Advice Can You Rely On?

December 17, 2015 | Posted in Bankruptcy

It is not uncommon for individuals that are in a tough financial situation to start doing some research into bankruptcy to see if this is going to be the solution for them. When doing this they may resort to many different areas of information. With the Internet being so readily available there is a ton […]

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Using Bankruptcy to Deal With Your Medical

December 15, 2015 | Posted in Medical Bills

When you have fallen in to a serious financial situation that you can see no way to get clear of, your only option may be to file for bankruptcy. A lot of reasons where this can happen is because some individuals are hit with heavy medical debt that they are not able to pay. There […]

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What should I NOT expect from a bankruptcy?

December 10, 2015 | Posted in Bankruptcy

It is not uncommon for a lot of individuals to enter into a bankruptcy under the assumption that all of their debts are going to be wiped clean and that will be the end of them. There are a lot of things that you should not expect from your bankruptcy and knowing these will give […]

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What Am I allowed to own after bankruptcy?

December 8, 2015 | Posted in Bankruptcy

Being in a bad financial situation can be so devastating and full of negative aspects that many individuals feel once they reached the stage where they have to go bankrupt that their life is really being put on hold. They feel the future is really bleak and that they will not be able to own […]

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