Bankruptcy

Can You File for Bankruptcy More than Once

Filing Bankruptcy More than Once Millions of consumers and small business owners in the U.S. struggle with insurmountable debt and are desperately looking for a way to relieve their debt burden.

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How to Prove Undue Hardship for Student Loans

How to Prove Undue Hardship for Student Loans The growing burden of student loan debt in the United States is a crisis that has many borrowers considering their options for relieving their debt and freeing themselves of payments they can’t afford to make.

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Can Bankruptcy Stop Foreclosure in Arizona

Can Bankruptcy Stop Foreclosure? Receiving a foreclosure notice from the bank and worrying about losing your home can be stressful and confusing, and many people faced with foreclosure have no idea what to do and where to turn for reliable help.

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  • Foreclosure
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How to File for Bankruptcy During COVID-19

Advice from a Phoenix Bankruptcy Attorney When the COVID-19 outbreak first struck the United States in early 2020, stay-at-home orders and other social distancing measures were initiated to reduce the spread of the novel coronavirus.

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Student Loan Debt Affecting Homeownership Rates

Student loan debt in the United States has more than doubled over the past decade, it now stands at about to $1.

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Stop Collection Calls

Receiving a collection call is stressful. Even more stressful is when those calls persist. If you are struggling under insurmountable debt and are receiving ongoing collection calls, know that there is help available for you.

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  • credit card debt
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Chapter 13 and Keeping Your Property

When filing a Chapter 13 bankruptcy, a debtor will not lose any property (including your home) to the bankruptcy trustee. The filing also does not affect a debtor’s mortgage.

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The Automatic Stay

One of the most beneficial parts of filing for bankruptcy, apart from actually receiving a discharge of debts, is an automatic stay.

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  • Chapter 11
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  • Chapter 13
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Resolution- File Bankruptcy

While no one places “bankruptcy” at the top of their resolution list, many do place “figure out debt” at the top of that list.

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  • Chapter 13
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  • Chapter 7
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  • credit card debt
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Rebuild in the New Year?

Bankruptcy allows consumers a way out of debt, but it’s important to remember that there are repercussions that can ruin people’s credit as well as put consumers at risk of losing their property.

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  • credit card debt
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