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Blog Posts in September, 2011

Using Chapter 13 Bankruptcy to Repay Your Student Loans

Student loan repayments can be overwhelming, especially when the monthly payment looks more like a mortgage payment. Many people who are graduating from school are finding themselves with huge student ...
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How Much Debt Do I Need to File for Bankruptcy?

There is a common myth that you need to be at least $10,000 in debt or more to file for bankruptcy. Nothing in the bankruptcy code specifies that you need a minimum amount of debt to file for ...
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Business Debts Can Help You File Chapter 7 Bankruptcy

Chapter 7 bankruptcy, can provide a real solution to current or previous business owners who incurred significant business debt in building their business and continuing to operate their business. ...
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Should I Withdraw Money From My Retirement to Pay Creditors?

When your facing harassing and abusive creditor calls and you do not have enough income to pay creditors it can get extremely overwhelming and frustrating. You will inevitably look to whatever options ...
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Avoiding A Judgment Lien in Bankruptcy

Once a creditor obtains a judgment against you in court, there are several options available to the creditor to collect on the awarded judgment. One of the often used methods is to record the abstract ...
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