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  • Can Bankruptcy Lower My Mortgage Payments?
    Can Bankruptcy Lower My Mortgage Payments?

    Did you know that Americans owe more in mortgage debt than any other type of debt? Last year, total U.S. mortgage debt reached a new record of nearly $9.5 trillion. Becoming a homeowner is undoubtedly ...

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  • Can Bankruptcy Discharge Student Loans?
    Can Bankruptcy Discharge Student Loans?

    When you ask an attorney (or the internet) whether bankruptcy can eliminate your student loan debt, the answers may vary. This is because student loan debt is technically dischargeable, but you need ...

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  • After a Bankruptcy Discharge, Do I Have to Pay Creditors Back?
    After a Bankruptcy Discharge, Do I Have to Pay Creditors Back?

    You’re either thinking about filing bankruptcy or you’ve already decided to do so, but now you’re needing more information about the bankruptcy discharge. You probably have questions like, “What is ...

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  • No ‘Shame’ in Filing Bankruptcy
    No ‘Shame’ in Filing Bankruptcy

    We’ve seen it at our firm over and over again: A client comes to us and they feel ashamed about wanting to file bankruptcy. Somehow, they believe there is a stigma about filing bankruptcy and they ...

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  • Do I Give Up Anything if I File a Chapter 7?
    Do I Give Up Anything if I File a Chapter 7?

    If you’ve done any research about Chapter 7 bankruptcy , you may have read about how the bankruptcy trustee gathers the debtor’s non-exempt assets, liquidates them, and uses the proceeds to pay off ...

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  • How to Avoid Overspending Post COVID-19
    How to Avoid Overspending Post COVID-19

    Are you filling up your tank once or twice a week? Nope. Are you eating out like you used to? Nope. Are you going to the movies? Nope. Are you shopping at your favorite stores every weekend? Nope. If ...

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