How Does The Loss Mitigation Program Work?

If you are someone who recently filed for bankruptcy to stop the foreclosure of your home, you should know that you most likely qualify for the Loss Mitigation Program of the Bankruptcy Court. In many cases, you can request a loan modification, which may qualify you either for a government loan modification program or for […]

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What Happens During the Meeting of Creditors?

If you are looking to file for bankruptcy, you may have heard of the 341 meeting, or the meeting of creditors. The main purpose of the meeting is so that you, your trustee, your attorney, and your creditors can assess your finances and find a way forward. Unfortunately, in some cases, a creditor may deny […]

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Does Chapter 13 Cancel Child Support Debt?

If you are someone who is behind on his or her child support payments, you most likely understand how overwhelming this financial burden can be. Fortunately, there may be a way for you to catch up on those payments while keeping your home, car, and other assets that are of great value to you. Please […]

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Bankruptcy Myths: Dispelled!

Bankruptcy is a huge life decision, and people oftentimes have reservations about going forward with filing. This is completely understandable, as the stigma associated with bankruptcy, as well as a wealth of misinformation constantly transmitted to the public often work as deterrents. However, the truth is, bankruptcy can actually be an extremely useful tool for […]

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How Can I Rebuild My Credit After Filing For Bankruptcy?

For some, bankruptcy is among the most fearsome terms in the English language, primarily because people associate it with having little to no money, as well as a destroyed credit score. While bankruptcy will hurt your credit score, this is nothing to fear–you can still rebound. Bankruptcy in itself is not a bad thing. Millions […]

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