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Monthly Archives: April 2016

What Are Non-dischargeable Debts?

April 20, 2016 | Posted in Bankrtuptcy Filing

Many individuals that are entering into a bankruptcy often do so with the assumption that all of their debts are going to be wiped clean. They are often disappointed when they find out that there is such a thing as non-dischargeable debts. That doesn’t mean that the bankruptcy is not the right choice depending on […]

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Who Really Needs the Chapter 13 Bankruptcy Option?

April 18, 2016 | Posted in Bankrtuptcy Filing

There are two common types of bankruptcy relief options that most individuals will consider when they run into a serious financial situation. This can be the Chapter 7 bankruptcy or the Chapter 13. They are quite a bit different in what they have to offer. The Chapter 13 bankruptcy is considered to be a repayment […]

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Can I File For Bankruptcy While Still in The Military?

April 14, 2016 | Posted in Bankruptcy

It certainly is a sad question to ask as it suggests that our military personnel have to be concerned about dire financial situations when they may be involved in active duty protecting our country. Even though an individual may be serving in the military they still have the same rights as any other person to […]

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Can Your Bankruptcy Affect Your Personal Injury Case?

April 7, 2016 | Posted in Bankruptcy

Many individuals end up with a personal injury that can result in a pending lawsuit. When this happens it can often direct the individual that has been injured into a dire financial situation. This may mean that they need to file for bankruptcy but are concerned as to how this will affect their lawsuit. There […]

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Financial Advisors Can Face Bankruptcy Too

April 5, 2016 | Posted in Bankrtuptcy Filing

It is not unusual for individuals that have run into financial difficulty to seek out the opinions of a financial advisor. There are individuals that may have done very well financially but due to a turn in events have ruined their financial status. They are now in a position where they can no longer meet […]

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