If you file for bankruptcy, the new credit reporting system will help protect your co-signer from negative information Under the new system the co-signer will not have the account listed as “included in bankruptcy”.
After filing for bankruptcy you may have noticed that your mortgage company stopped sending you mortgage statements. What can you do to receive one.
A creditor can use an “Order to Appear for Examination” to require you to personally appear in court and answer questions about your income and assets.
In California, there are several practical steps you can take if a creditor or collection agency violates federal or state debt collection laws.
In California creditors and collection companies must follow federal and state laws when attempting to collect a debt. These laws prohibit creditors from doing certain things.
When you file for bankruptcy protection a creditor can object to the discharge of their debt, but in most cases they do not have valid grounds to object.
Federal law protects your social security and supplemental security income from garnishment or seizure. Take the necessary steps to protect your social security income.