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  • If I Owe More Than My House is Worth Can Bankruptcy Help Me?

    Posted By Allmand Law Firm, PLLC || 13-Mar-2017

    Debt and financial problems can make it difficult to keep up with obligations, including the ability to pay a mortgage. For some people, especially those who bought homes the height of the housing market boom, these problems can be exacerbated by high mortgage payments for a property that is no longer worth as much as what was initially paid for the home. An underwater mortgage, where homeowners ...
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  • Should I Answer a Summons if I Plan to File Bankruptcy?

    Posted By Allmand Law Firm, PLLC || 13-Mar-2017

    Problems and finances and debt can lead to numerous challenges and issues to be handled, from foreclosure to utility shutoffs to repossession. In addition to these symptoms of debt, some individuals may also face legal actions for not paying bills and other types of debt. When they fail to address these legal actions, creditors or debt collectors can file what is known as a summons with the court, ...
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  • When Can I File Bankruptcy Again if I Filed in the Past?

    Posted By Allmand Law Firm, PLLC || 10-Mar-2017

    Bankruptcy is a powerful legal tool that has helped many unfortunate debtors emerge from seemingly insurmountable debt. Because bankruptcy can be an immensely advantageous tool to those experiencing financial difficulties, some consumers tend to think that once you file bankruptcy, you can’t file again. This simply isn’t true. While every case is different, the U.S. bankruptcy code ...
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  • Life After A Personal Bankruptcy: What You Can Expect

    Posted By Allmand Law Firm, PLLC || 6-Mar-2017

    Filing for a personal bankruptcy can be a major life event. After all, for six to nine months, or even longer in some cases, you are expected to provide bankruptcy courts and lawyers with all of your financial documentation and meet obligations established by the court. You may constantly worried about whether or not your personal bankruptcy case will be approved and let's not forget the fact ...
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