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Understanding Chapter 13 Bankruptcy
Understanding Chapter 13 Bankruptcy

If your personal financial situation has you considering filing for bankruptcy , you should know about your two options: Chapter 7 and Chapter 13 bankruptcies. Chapter 7 bankruptcy, sometimes referred to as “straight” bankruptcy, is an effective way to wipe most of your ...

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Blog Posts in 2019

  • A Brief Overview of the Bankruptcy Trustee's Role

    When you decide to file bankruptcy , you will have a trustee assigned to your case. The trustee takes on a number of important tasks and administers ...

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  • A Step-by-Step Guide to the Bankruptcy Filing Process

    Maybe you’ve decided that bankruptcy is the right choice for your family. What’s your next step? This step-by-step guide outlines what to expect ...

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  • A New Beginning: 5 Tips for Life After Bankruptcy

    Your bankruptcy case is complete and you’ve received a full discharge—what now? Declaring bankruptcy gives you a clean slate, but you have to approach ...

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  • 5 Tips for Improving Your Credit Score Following Bankruptcy

    You’ve filed bankruptcy and eradicated the debt that’s been hanging over you for months or years. Now it’s time to start planning for the future. ...

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  • 7 Illegal Debt Collection Practices to Watch For

    There’s a reason that debt collectors have such a bad reputation—they are aggressive and often blatantly disregard the law in their attempts to get a ...

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    For many, there’s no greater accomplishment than owning a home. On the same note, losing your home through foreclosure can be demoralizing and ...

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  • Owe Money to the IRS or North Carolina Department of Revenue? How Bankruptcy Can Help

    No one likes thinking about their debt, but there’s something about tax debt that makes it even more threatening and overwhelming than other ...

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  • A Brief Overview of the Bankruptcy Trustee's Role

    When you decide to file bankruptcy , you will have a trustee assigned to your case. The trustee takes on a number of important tasks and administers ...

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  • Bankruptcy and Your Credit Score

    Many people worry about their ability to secure loans, find housing, or apply for jobs in certain industries if they have a bankruptcy affecting their ...

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