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How Do You Qualify for Chapter 7 Bankruptcy?

If you’re struggling to repay overwhelming debt, filing Chapter 7 bankruptcy can help you eliminate the majority or even all of the money you owe. Click to learn what you need to know about qualifying for Chapter 7 bankruptcy. 

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Categories of Debt That Chapter 7 Bankruptcy Discharges

If your debts are overwhelming, filing bankruptcy can help you eliminate much of the debt you owe. Click to learn which types of debt Chapter 7 bankruptcy eliminates.

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What Is Chapter 13 Bankruptcy?

If you’re struggling to pay back your debts, filing for Chapter 13 bankruptcy can help you get back on your feet. Click to learn what you need to know about Chapter 13 bankruptcy.

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What Is Chapter 7 Bankruptcy?

If you’re in a position where you cannot repay your debts, filing for Chapter 7 bankruptcy may be your best option. Click to learn what you need to know about Chapter 7 bankruptcy.

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Will You Lose Property If You File for Bankruptcy?

Many people are under the impression they’ll lose everything if they file for bankruptcy; that’s not typically the case. Click to learn what you need to know about bankruptcy and your personal property.

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Help, I’m Broke! How Does the Bankruptcy Process Work?

Filing for bankruptcy can seem overwhelming, but with the help of an experienced bankruptcy attorney, it doesn’t have to be. Click to learn about how the bankruptcy process works.

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What Happens After Bankruptcy Discharge?

Have your debts become overwhelming? Having trouble making your payments on time each month? Filing for bankruptcy can help you take the weight of your financial burdens off your shoulders, but as you can imagine, it doesn’t come without its share of repercussions. If you’re considering filing for either Chapter 7 or Chapter 13 bankruptcy, you no doubt have questions and concerns about what might happen after the court discharges your debts. Below, Ron Lundquist, Attorney at Law, discusses a brief overview of what life after bankruptcy discharge entails.

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Filing for Bankruptcy: 3 Critical Mistakes to Avoid

Filing for bankruptcy can be a complex, confusing, and overwhelming endeavor. Without legal advice, you won’t know if your intended course of action is permissible by law, and even if it is, there may be undesirable legal implications down the road you’re not yet aware of. Below, we discuss three of the most common mistakes we see that can derail your bankruptcy filing process.

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Should You File for Bankruptcy? 3 Signs It’s Time

Feeling overwhelmed by your debts can be crushing. Anxiety about monthly payments, household expenses, persistent debt collectors, and ever-accumulating interest is enough to make anyone feel confused and even helpless. Misconceptions around filing for bankruptcy tend to paint the process in a seriously negative light; however, if you’re truly struggling, bankruptcy can provide you with an opportunity for a fresh start. How do you know when it’s time to take the leap and file? Here are a few of the telltale concerns that allow my clients and I to reach a consensus on a bankruptcy filing decision:

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Credit Repair: How to Bounce Back After Filing for Bankruptcy

Filing for bankruptcy—whether Chapter 7 or Chapter 13—will negatively impact your credit score; there's simply no way around it. However, you don't have to allow bankruptcy to keep your credit (or you) down. Recovering from bankruptcy is certainly doable, but it requires concrete goal-setting, diligence, and adherence to a strict budget and payment schedule. Curious about what you need to do to bounce back after such an impactful life decision? Below, you'll find helpful tips on how to repair your credit score and regain eligibility for future credit considerations.

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