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Category: Credit Counseling

Can I Skip Credit Counseling in Bankruptcy?

July 3, 2017 | Posted in Credit Counseling

There are two parts to every bankruptcy that takes place in the United States, per the Bankruptcy code: an “entry” credit counseling to be completed prior to filing bankruptcy in Dayton, and an “exit” credit counseling to be completed prior to exiting bankruptcy. These two credit counseling session cannot be skipped, and are intended to […]

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Considering Credit Counseling

September 6, 2013 | Posted in Credit Counseling

Not all financial woes need to result in bankruptcy, and a good Dayton bankruptcy attorney is not looking to take on just any client. In fact, oftentimes a bankruptcy attorney will refer a potential client to credit counseling services before recommending filing for any bankruptcy protection. Credit counseling is a useful service that can help […]

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Credit Counseling and Your Bankruptcy

August 30, 2013 | Posted in Credit Counseling

Faced with a seemingly never ending pile of debt, you may decide that bankruptcy is the best option left to you – a way to restart your life with a clean slate, financially. While it is possible to file for bankruptcy on your own without retaining the counsel of a Dayton bankruptcy attorney, it is […]

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Beware Credit Counseling Fraud

August 5, 2013 | Posted in Credit Counseling

Credit counseling, as any bankruptcy attorney will attest, is a vital and necessary part of the financial management process. In fact, it is mandatory to go through a certified credit counseling program prior to filing for bankruptcy of any kind. Unfortunately, some predatory companies are taking advantage of unwary customers under the guise of being […]

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Why Credit Counseling Is Important

January 11, 2013 | Posted in Credit Counseling

Anyone filing for bankruptcy will be required to complete a number of steps before their debts can be discharged, one of which is to complete a credit counseling course. These courses offer a number of benefits and are important for the outcome of your case. An Inside Look Inside a bankruptcy case, the credit counseling […]

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