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Monthly Archives: July 2016

Getting a Loan After Bankruptcy

July 28, 2016 | Posted in Money Management

For most, the idea that anyone would be willing to loan money to an individual who had just been discharged from bankruptcy seem almost counter intuitive. The last person you think would be able to get a loan is the person who could not manage to pay off the last debt they had. This is […]

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Are Debt Relief Agencies Legit?

July 26, 2016 | Posted in Bankruptcy Attorney Questions

Many people who find themselves mired in debt with no foreseeable way out seek out any and all possible avenues to get themselves out of the predicament they find themselves in. This includes turning to agencies that purport to negotiate on their behalf and find a compromise with creditors in exchange for a flat fee. […]

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What Is A “Voluntary Dismissal”?

July 13, 2016 | Posted in Bankruptcy Attorney Questions

In some cases, rather than wait for the courts to decide if a bankruptcy petition can move forward the individual filing may seek the voluntarily dismissal of the proceedings and back out of the bankruptcy. This can happen if a petitioner has suddenly come into an unexpected sum of money and no longer feels that […]

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How To Seek Student Loan Forgiveness

July 8, 2016 | Posted in Student loans

For the vast majority of students forced to leave the halls of higher education with the staggering burden of massive student loan debt the idea of ever being free from that yoke is at best a dream and for most it is nothing but a nightmare. The economy, the politicians say with a straight face, […]

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What Happens To Credit Card Purchases In Bankruptcy?

July 6, 2016 | Posted in Credit

When one is forced to seek bankruptcy protection because of a staggering debt load, a common question that is asked is what exactly happens to the items purchased on credit cards. Most people envision that the bankruptcy trustees will come to your house and take all of the items you have purchased on credit and […]

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