Exploring Chapter 13 Bankruptcy

Posted on: 2 January 2019
Many people who are drowning in debt are reluctant to file bankruptcy. They may be worried it will affect their credit even more, or they are concerned others will think less of them for neglecting their creditors. While these are legitimate concerns, they aren't necessarily true, particularly when people file Chapter 13 bankruptcy rather than Chapter 7. Here is what you should know about your legal rights under the federal bankruptcy code.
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Choosing Bankruptcy For Uninsured Cancer Medical Bills: Which Type Is Best?

Posted on: 14 November 2018
As people age, health problems such as cancer impact their lives in various ways. Unfortunately, uninsured cancer medical bills can make life very difficult for a large number of people. In this situation, bankruptcy might be the only possible choice for many. Knowing which type of bankruptcy to choose is critical for your financial and health future. Cancer Medical Bills Are Often Astronomical A person going through cancer treatment may end up having to pay as much as $100,000 per year for their treatment.
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What You Need To Do Before You Meet With A Bankruptcy Attorney

Posted on: 26 September 2018
When you are experiencing financial problems and difficulties, you might wonder if there is anything that you can do to improve your situation. There are options out there like debt consolidation services, but it can be difficult to determine whether the companies offering such services are legitimate or not. Plus, there is the distinct possibility that you will not be able to make the necessary payments to make debt consolidation work.
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How Filing Bankruptcy Impacts Your Co-Signers

Posted on: 15 August 2018
You must consider a variety of factors when deciding to file for bankruptcy, and how your case affects your co-signers should be one of them. Here are two important things you must know about how your co-debtors will fare once you submit your bankruptcy petition to the court. Only Chapter 13 Provides Protection While it's true filing chapter 7 bankruptcy wipes out people's responsibility to pay most types of debt, that's only true for the petitioners (and their spouses if they're filing jointly).
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