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  • Secured vs. Unsecured Debt: What’s the Difference?
    Secured vs. Unsecured Debt: What’s the Difference?

    When it comes to debt, not all debt is the same. From the mortgage on your home, to the child support debt you owe your ex, to the money you own on your credit cards, to the loan you have on your ...

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  • How to Save for Christmas Early
    How to Save for Christmas Early

    Now that it’s December, we’re deep in the middle of the holiday season and as bankruptcy attorneys, we can’t help but think about the number of debtors who will be putting Christmas gifts on credit ...

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  • How to Improve Your Credit Score
    How to Improve Your Credit Score

    There are many ways someone’s credit can end up in rough shape. While the main reason is spending habits , that’s not always the case. If you lose your job, or if you’re injured in an accident, or if ...

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  • Can Holiday Debt Be Included in Bankruptcy?
    Can Holiday Debt Be Included in Bankruptcy?

    It is not uncommon for a borrower to have available credit, or go out and apply for new credit with the intention of maxing out their credit cards and then filing Chapter 7 bankruptcy. Since its ...

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  • What Debt Can Bankruptcy Eliminate in Pennsylvania?
    What Debt Can Bankruptcy Eliminate in Pennsylvania?

    “What type of debt can bankruptcy eliminate? Student loan debt? Medical bills? Personal loans? Credit card debt?” The type of debt that can be erased or discharged depends on a few factors, but mostly ...

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  • Cons of Credit Card Debt Settlement
    Cons of Credit Card Debt Settlement

    As of this writing, the interest rates for credit cards are between 17 and 17.26%. With rates that high, the balances on a debtor’s credit cards can quickly snowball if the debtor maxes out his or her ...

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