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  • My Bankruptcy Case Was Dismissed, Now What Do I Do?

    Posted By admin || 30-Dec-2008

    Bankruptcy dismissal is scary, it can happen to the best of us; but it doesn't have to be the end of the world. If your bankruptcy case was dismissed, you need to first contact your bankruptcy attorney. Or, if you attempted to file bankruptcy without an attorney and your bankruptcy case was dismissed, you need to immediately find a bankruptcy attorney that will be willing to work with you and take ...
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  • Something Fishy About Your Student Loan?

    Posted By admin || 30-Dec-2008

    As we have discussed on this blog many times, student loans can be a financial thorn in the side of many debtors. There are nearly impossible to discharge and they eat away at debtor's assets for years after they've graduated from college. But there's something else fishy about student loans that many students need to be wary of...private student loans. Many students assume that when they take out ...
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  • Even Churches Are Facing Foreclosure

    Posted By admin || 30-Dec-2008

    There's an interesting article at the New York Times about how a record number of churches are facing foreclosure as the credit crisis seizes every sector of American life. During the real estate boom many churches took advantage of easy credit and expanded. Banks, eager to cash in lent money based on the hope that church membership would grow and as a result donations. But now with a financial ...
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  • Delaying An Inevitable Bankruptcy May Delay Debtor's Chance To Rebuild Financially

    Posted By admin || 30-Dec-2008

    Drowning in debt and struggling with looming foreclosure, many homeowners in slumping markets such as Dallas-Fort Worth are looking to bankruptcy to help them rebuild their financial lives. Many debtors facing foreclosure or other urgent debts delay bankruptcy because they fear the impact it will have on their credit score. Well the truth of the matter is that if you're behind on your bills your ...
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  • Married Debtors Filing Chapter 7 Bankruptcy And Means Test

    Posted By admin || 30-Dec-2008

    Here's another reason why many debtors filing for Chapter 7 bankruptcy without the help of a bankruptcy attorney find themselves in a heap of financial trouble. Most debtors who are married but filing alone don't understand that they will be required to use a means test form to determine their eligibility for Chapter 7 bankruptcy; but that particular form might unlawfully disqualify them from ...
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