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Category Archives: Chapter 13 Bankruptcy
Why Should I File Chapter 13 Bankruptcy Instead of Chapter 7?
When most people think about filing bankruptcy they think about Chapter 7. When it comes to personal bankruptcy, the two most popular and well-known chapters are chapters 7 and 13. The reason most people think of Chapter 7 when they … Continue reading
The foreclosure rate in the US is currently at a lull, but many experts are predicting it might be the calm before the storm. Coming up to 2010, the foreclosure rate in America was setting records every month until the … Continue reading
When most people think of a bankruptcy filing, they think of Chapter 7. Rarely, does an individual that is considering filing bankruptcy know the ins and outs of Chapter 13 bankruptcy. A Chapter 7 bankruptcy is also known as liquidation … Continue reading
Recently, many Americans have had to endure one of the toughest economies in the history of the United States. Since the downturn of the economy back in 2008, many people have lost their jobs to downsizing or even company bankruptcy. … Continue reading
Over the last four years you haven’t been able to turn on the TV and not hear something about foreclosure. There are television commercials offering loan mods to keep people out of foreclosure. There are bankruptcy attorneys advertising how bankruptcy … Continue reading
The most thought of chapter of bankruptcy that most will think about when people contemplate bankruptcy is Chapter 7 bankruptcy. Usually, when a person decides filing bankruptcy is in their future they want to file Chapter 7. Rarely does a … Continue reading
Back in 2008, the real estate markets suffered a huge drop wiping out most Americans equity in their home. Some people even ended up being upside down on their home and with no way to borrow against your equity to … Continue reading
Historically, personal bankruptcy carried a stigma of failure and giving up. Over the last 10 years that perception has changed. When the real estate market melted down in 2008, many people got caught with their pants down facing foreclosure with … Continue reading
Most Americans fear that if they end up in bankruptcy, a big truck will come up and pick up all their belongings and they will end up homeless living in a cardboard box. I know this sounds extreme, but it’s … Continue reading