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Filing Bankruptcy for Credit Card Debt

Using Bankruptcy to Stop Credit Card Collections Can Bankruptcy Stop Credit Card Collections? Bankruptcy CAN stop collection attempts from credit card companies that include lawsuits or other forms of legal action. The automatic stay offers protection from collection attempts and stays in place until your case is completed. The stay goes into effect when you file bankruptcy, either Chapter [...]

By |2019-09-12T18:28:08-05:00May 29th, 2019|After Bankruptcy, Bankruptcy, Credit and Bankruptcy, Credit Tips, Debt and Tax Relief|Comments Off on Filing Bankruptcy for Credit Card Debt

Life After Bankruptcy: How to Regain Control of Your Finances

We know that filing for bankruptcy can be a stressful ordeal. And while you may feel relief after your case closes, the decisions you make in your life after bankruptcy are just as (if not more) important. To learn more about how to regain control of your finances after filing bankruptcy, contact a skilled bankruptcy [...]

By |2018-12-17T19:22:17-05:00September 18th, 2018|After Bankruptcy|Comments Off on Life After Bankruptcy: How to Regain Control of Your Finances

Bankruptcy and Success are Not Mutually Exclusive

It is a popular misconception that only unsuccessful people or businesses file for bankruptcy, or that there is no way for people to achieve success in the future after filing. Allmand Law Firm, PLLC would like to dispel the myth that bankruptcy and success are somehow mutually exclusive of one another, and focus on how [...]

By |2018-11-14T19:15:49-05:00October 15th, 2015|After Bankruptcy, Bankruptcy|Comments Off on Bankruptcy and Success are Not Mutually Exclusive

Tips On Avoiding Subprime Lenders After Bankruptcy

Many debtors are surprised that after their bankruptcy is discharged they find themselves receiving many credit offers.  Credit card companies, car loan lenders and even mortgage finance companies will send post-bankruptcy debtors credit offers hoping to capitalize on their clean financial slate.  But beware; many of these creditors are subprime lenders who prey on people [...]

By |2018-11-13T21:23:56-05:00June 22nd, 2010|After Bankruptcy, Economy, Managing Your Finances, Subprime Mortgages|Comments Off on Tips On Avoiding Subprime Lenders After Bankruptcy

Thriving After Bankruptcy

When considering bankruptcy, many debtors only focus on the process; but the most important part of bankruptcy is after the debtor receives their bankruptcy discharge.  It is the time after bankruptcy that the debtor is beginning their fresh financial start.  So how does a debtor thrive after they receive their bankruptcy discharge? Let's take a [...]

By |2018-11-19T20:22:00-05:00June 11th, 2010|After Bankruptcy, Bankruptcy, Economy, Managing Your Finances|Comments Off on Thriving After Bankruptcy

Preventing Bank Levies After Filing Bankruptcy

When debtors file for bankruptcy without the help of an attorney they often run into troubles such as post-bankruptcy filing bank levies.  One of the mistakes that pro se bankruptcy filers make when submitting their bankruptcy paperwork is forgetting to notify all of the parties involved in collecting their debt payments.  For example, before filing [...]

By |2018-11-16T19:02:00-05:00June 9th, 2010|After Bankruptcy, Debt Collectors, Loans / Mortgages, Tax - Debt Garnishments|Comments Off on Preventing Bank Levies After Filing Bankruptcy

Handling Student Loan Debt After Bankruptcy

Student Loan Debt After Bankruptcy Like child support obligations and some types of taxes, student loan debt will most likely survive your bankruptcy filing unless you can prove that repaying them will cause an undue hardship.  So how does a debtor get a fresh financial start after bankruptcy even if they still need to repay [...]

By |2017-12-13T01:52:00-05:00June 2nd, 2010|After Bankruptcy, Credit Counseling, Managing Your Finances, Student Loans|Comments Off on Handling Student Loan Debt After Bankruptcy

Living The American Dream Without The Debt

What is the American Dream?  Before the economic recession began 3 years ago, many Americans may have described the American dream as having a big house, big car and access to lots of credit so that they too could live like the rich and fabulous.  But after millions of Americans lost their jobs to business [...]

By |2018-11-12T19:40:44-05:00May 23rd, 2010|After Bankruptcy, Bankruptcy, Credit and Bankruptcy, Economy, Managing Your Finances|Comments Off on Living The American Dream Without The Debt

Bankruptcy Court Finds Creditors To Be In Contempt For Violating Discharge

In the bankruptcy case of Jarvar, Stanley E. and Barbara J.; In re (Jarvar v. Title Cash of Montana Inc., et al.), the bankruptcy court found Title Cash (the creditors) to be in civil contempt for violating the bankruptcy discharge. The details of the bankruptcy case: The debtor filed for Chapter 13 relief on Nov. [...]

By |2018-11-12T22:44:02-05:00May 21st, 2010|After Bankruptcy, Bankruptcy, Chapter 13 Bankruptcy, Chapter 7 Bankruptcy, Lawsuits|Comments Off on Bankruptcy Court Finds Creditors To Be In Contempt For Violating Discharge