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Monthly Archives: August 2016

Will Chapter 7 Stop A Deficiency Judgement Against Me?

August 31, 2016 | Posted in Foreclosure

Many times when a person or family is unable to continue paying their mortgage for any number of reasons including sudden or unexpected unemployment or disability/injury, the lender will choose to initiate foreclosure proceedings against the home. This means that the lender will be able to repossess and sell the home to recover the remaining […]

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What to Avoid When Re-Building Credit After Bankruptcy

August 18, 2016 | Posted in Credit

Most people are aware of the things they should do after a bankruptcy to try and begin again with a fresh start and a new outlook on their financial future. For many, the main thought is to try and avoid purchasing anything on credit and mainly live on cash alone. While this philosophy will allow […]

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Things Worth Waiting for After Bankruptcy

August 11, 2016 | Posted in Bankrtuptcy Filing

One of the hardest things that many who seek bankruptcy protection say they have to endure is the period after the bankruptcy and the waiting period that you must endure before you can resume life with the financial freedom that you enjoyed before having to file. If you have sought protection with a Chapter 7 […]

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The Real Story Behind the Trump Bankruptcies

August 9, 2016 | Posted in News

With the election campaigns of 2016 in full swing across the United States there is plenty of talk surrounding the Republican nominee’s propensity to seek bankruptcy protection numerous times in the course of his apparently glorious and successful reign as the most important business man in the history of finance. What is the real story? […]

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Who Is Most Likely To Go Bankrupt?

August 5, 2016 | Posted in Debt

When most Americans think of bankruptcy protection they think of people like Donald Trump. Big business leaders who over extend their companies and then when things go bad they run to the courts to seek protection from creditors. Or they think of big multinationals like the Auto makers who find themselves in similar situations. The […]

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Will The Affordable Care Act Slow Bankruptcies?

August 3, 2016 | Posted in Medical Bills

With the majority of Americans taking advantage of the extremely cheap credit that has been available in the past few years due to interest rates remaining at all-time lows for extended periods of time, you could not be faulted for thinking that bankruptcies must be a result of over extensions by people accessing that credit […]

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