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  • Texas Bankruptcy Exemptions

    Posted By Allmand Law Firm, PLLC || 19-Jul-2017

    Considering filing for Chapter 7 or Chapter 13 bankruptcy in Texas? You may have several questions about how the process works and how it will affect your financial future. Many people assume that filing for bankruptcy will cost them everything they own, but there are in fact several protections available to help filers keep more of their property or pay less to unsecured creditors. These ...
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  • Who is Paid First in a Bankruptcy Case?

    Posted By Allmand Law Firm, PLLC || 17-Jul-2017

    Bankruptcy and discharges of debt are a great benefit for people facing tough financial times, but bankruptcy also allows many creditors to get paid as well. Both Chapter 7 bankruptcy (liquidation bankruptcy) and Chapter 13 bankruptcy (repayment plans) allow for creditors to collect at least some portion of the debts they are owed. The bankruptcy court and appointed trustee serve the purpose of ...
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  • How Can I Rebuild My Credit After Bankruptcy?

    Posted By Allmand Law Firm, PLLC || 12-Jul-2017

    Many people believe that bankruptcy permanently destroys your credit, but this couldn’t be further from the truth. In fact, bankruptcy may even save your credit in cases where an old debt kept your score down. Now that you have gotten a fresh financial start, there are a number of steps you can take to begin rebuilding your credit. How Does Bankruptcy Affect my Credit Score? The purpose of ...
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  • What to Expect During a Meeting of Creditors

    Posted By Allmand Law Firm, PLLC || 27-Jun-2017

    When you file for bankruptcy, you will have to attend a hearing conducted by your bankruptcy trustee called a “meeting of creditors” or a 341 hearing. The purpose of this meeting is to allow the bankruptcy trustee an opportunity to ask you questions about the information you have provided in your bankruptcy petition, schedules, and other documentation. You will have to answer these ...
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  • Understanding Tax Liens and Bankruptcy

    Posted By Allmand Law Firm, PLLC || 23-Jun-2017

    Eliminating certain types of debt through a discharge is one of the hallmarks of the bankruptcy process. A debt discharge will eliminate your personal obligation to pay a debt, which can free resources and provide the financial fresh start you need to get a hold of your finances and find stability in your future. Because many people are aware that a debt discharge exists at the end of a Chapter 7 ...
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