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  • Bankruptcy May Help You Keep More Than You Think

    Posted By Allmand Law Firm, PLLC || 31-Dec-2013

    A recent report released by the National Consumer Law Center (NCLC) shows evidence that debt collectors may be forcing more families into poverty. The report claims that many states across the country may not offer as much protection to consumers from debt collectors that allow them to sustain necessary living needs when it comes to satisfying a judgment with seizing assets. On a grade scale of A ...
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  • When You Have Doubts about Debt Obligations before Bankruptcy

    Posted By Allmand Law Firm, PLLC || 27-Dec-2013

    Whether you plan to file bankruptcy in the near future or it is something you are considering, one aspect to help you understand your financial situation includes reviewing outstanding debts owed. Many consumers have a good idea of which creditors they owe, but sometimes things can become questionable when a debt collector contacts you out of nowhere and claims you owe them money. You don't ...
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  • Filing for Bankruptcy When You Can't Afford an Attorney

    Posted By Allmand Law Firm, PLLC || 23-Dec-2013

    Many debtors feel bankruptcy is their final option in helping them regain financial control. While there are filing fees and credit counseling fees that are required, many wonder how they can pay if they can't afford to pay their creditors. You may even have the notion of saying why bother paying for an attorney when that money can be put toward my bills? There are a few valid points to review ...
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  • Can You Make a Vehicle Purchase in Chapter 13 Bankruptcy?

    Posted By Allmand Law Firm, PLLC || 20-Dec-2013

    Chapter 13 bankruptcy is a repayment plan that restructures debt obligations to help you make affordable payments each month. The plan is designed to help you get out of debt or help you catch up on debts you may have fallen behind on. Making a purchase in Chapter 13 such as a vehicle may be something you can complete, depending on your circumstances. A vehicle is an important necessity for many ...
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  • Do You Really Need to Report Discharged Debt in Bankruptcy on Your Taxes?

    Posted By Allmand Law Firm, PLLC || 16-Dec-2013

    Reporting Discharged Debt in Bankruptcy on Your Taxes Some people may wonder if they need to report the amount of debt they got discharged in bankruptcy when they file their taxes. For the most part, this may not be anything to worry about although it is something you can review with your bankruptcy attorney or tax consultant for clarity purposes. There are several reasons why you may not need to ...
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  • One Common Concern that Keeps Consumers from Filing Bankruptcy

    Posted By Allmand Law Firm, PLLC || 13-Dec-2013

    Is filing for bankruptcy really as damaging as you think it is? For a while, people have been avoiding bankruptcy because of the supposed negativity that happens afterwards. Things really have changed and as more consumers get educated about bankruptcy and how it can help you, you may see this option in a new light. It is true your credit score may be affected but many who have filed say it has ...
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  • Can Online Payday Loans Be Discharged in Bankruptcy?

    Posted By Allmand Law Firm, PLLC || 10-Dec-2013

    Online Payday Loans and Bankruptcy Consumers who find themselves in a bind may consider getting a payday loan or cash advance against their next paycheck. There are local locations in which you may apply for a payday loan in person and get the cash you need right away to take care of important expenses. Then you have online lenders that simplify the process and help you get funds sooner without ...
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  • Credit Card Debt and Bankruptcy: When You May Want to Wait to File

    Posted By Allmand Law Firm, PLLC || 4-Dec-2013

    Credit card debt is one of the most common forms unsecured debts to be discharged in bankruptcy. If you used your card recently for large purchases it is possible they may be reviewed to make sure they can be successfully discharged. This is due to certain charges that may not be eligible for elimination, and in this case you may want to wait to file your case. Credit card companies can dispute ...
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  • How Does Bankruptcy Stop Debt Collectors?

    Posted By Allmand Law Firm, PLLC || 2-Dec-2013

    Debtors looking for relief from constant phone calls and mailings from bill collectors may wonder about how bankruptcy protection works. You may see and hear advertisements on the television and radio about using bankruptcy to stop bill collection activity, but many may not understand how the process works or even realize they may qualify to obtain such protection. When you file bankruptcy an ...
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