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5 Common Bankruptcy Myths Debunked

Bankruptcy is surrounded by misconceptions that stop many people from filing even if it’s in their best interest. Click to learn about common bankruptcy myths that have no basis in truth.

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Tips to Prepare for the Bankruptcy Meeting of the Creditors

When you file for bankruptcy, you’ll need to attend a meeting of the creditors with your bankruptcy attorney. Click to learn what you need to know about preparing for this mandatory meeting.

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Can You Buy a House After Filing for Chapter 7 Bankruptcy?

Wondering if you’ll qualify for a future mortgage if you file for Chapter 7 bankruptcy now? Click to learn what you need to know about buying a house after bankruptcy.

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What Documents and Forms Do You Need to File for Bankruptcy?

If you’re considering filing for bankruptcy, it’s best to work with a bankruptcy attorney who can ensure you file the proper paperwork. Click to learn about the forms you need to file for bankruptcy successfully.

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Can You Modify a Mortgage Loan Agreement to Avoid Bankruptcy?

If you’re struggling to repay your debts, you may be able to modify your mortgage loan agreement to make your house payments more manageable. Click to learn what you should know about modifying your loans to avoid bankruptcy. 

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What’s the Difference Between Bankruptcy Discharge and Bankruptcy Dismissal?

Bankruptcy discharge and dismissal might sound similar, but they’re vastly different. Click to learn what you need to know about the difference between the two rulings.

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What You Need to Know About the Chapter 7 Means Test

If you plan to file for Chapter 7 bankruptcy, you’ll need to pass a means test to determine if you qualify. Click to learn what you need to know about the means test and how it works. 

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Things a Bankruptcy Lawyer Can Do That You Can’t Do Alone

When it comes to filing for bankruptcy, individuals can file on their own, but that doesn’t mean they should. Click to learn why the services of a bankruptcy attorney are critical during the filing process.

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5 Financial Tips for Avoiding Bankruptcy

When you plan your finances well, avoiding bankruptcy can be easy. Click to learn simple financial tips for avoiding bankruptcy and sparing your credit.

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Common Questions a Bankruptcy Trustee May Ask You

When you file for bankruptcy, you’ll need to attend a meeting of the creditors, during which a bankruptcy trustee will ask you questions related to your case. These meetings are currently held by telephone or by Zoom. Click to learn important bankruptcy questions you’ll need to prepare for.

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