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What to Do After Your Bankruptcy

You’ve finally received the discharge papers at the end of your bankruptcy case after filing for Chapter 7 or Chapter 13. You’re thrilled that you no longer have the stress of creditors hounding you for payments and now you can have a fresh, new financial start. But what do you do next? Here’s our simple guide to getting back on track. Keep your paperwork Keep [...]

What to Do If You Are Involved In a Personal Injury Accident

If you have been injured due to the actions of someone else, you may be worrying about things like lost time at work, medical bills, mortgage payments, household bills, or how to buy your groceries. These are things you shouldn’t have to deal with and should begin considering taking legal action to hold the other party responsible for the damages they caused. Within the state [...]

What Is Chapter 11 Bankruptcy?

The intention of a Chapter 11 bankruptcy is for the reorganization of businesses with a debt burden.  This allows the debtor to submit a plan for restructuring, making a profit, seeking new sources of income, while temporarily staying off their creditors.  While there are advantages in this Chapter for those who qualify, it is more time consuming and costlier than a Chapter 7 bankruptcy (also [...]

How To Stop Creditor Harassment

What is the Fair Debt Collections Practices Act? The Fair Debt Collection Practices Act (FDCPA) was enacted by the federal government over 30 years ago. It offers consumers protection against illegal and unfair practices of debt collection agencies. What rights do I have? Even if you are experiencing financial difficulties that have hindered your ability to pay bills on time, there are certain rights that [...]

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