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  • Bankruptcy & Personal Injury Claims
    Bankruptcy & Personal Injury Claims

    A personal injury claim is filed by an injured party against the negligent party who caused the injury. Financial compensation includes medical expenses, lost income, property damage, as well as pain ...

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  • How To Build Credit Without Credit Cards
    How To Build Credit Without Credit Cards

    For many, overwhelming credit card debt can quickly spiral out of control and lead to bankruptcy. Whether you want to build your credit while avoiding credit cards or you are struggling to get a ...

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  • Repairing Your Credit After Bankruptcy
    Repairing Your Credit After Bankruptcy

    Bankruptcy can stay on your credit report for up to 10 years, but it may also be the best way to fix your credit score for good. According to NerdWallet , you may have a better credit score a year ...

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  • How Can I Stop Creditor Harassment?
    How Can I Stop Creditor Harassment?

    Strategies for Handling Collection Agents The last thing you need when are you struggling with debt is unwanted attention from creditors. If you are already living with overwhelming debt, creditor ...

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  • Debunking 5 Common Bankruptcy Myths
    Debunking 5 Common Bankruptcy Myths

    Understanding the Truth about Bankruptcy There is no getting around it: Many people simply do not understand bankruptcy. Though filing helps countless individuals and their families regain control of ...

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  • How Much Do I Pay in a Chapter 13 Bankruptcy?
    How Much Do I Pay in a Chapter 13 Bankruptcy?

    Understanding Your Obligations in a Chapter 13 Bankruptcy People accumulate debt because they do not have the means of repaying what they owe. When these debts grow, one can find themselves in a ...

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