4 Tips For Filing For Bankruptcy With Medical Debt & Ongoing Injuries

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When dealing with an ongoing illness or injury, you don’t realize how quickly medical bills can add up. If you cannot handle the medical debt that you have, then one of your options is to file for bankruptcy. An attorney can help you through the process and give you guidance on the steps you need to take. If you still have an ongoing illness or injury, then there are four tips you should follow before filing.…

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Bankruptcy, Automatic Stays And Evictions

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Being threatened with eviction is usually just one symptom of many other underlying financial problems that may lead you to consider filing for bankruptcy. Once you are behind on bills, including your rent, the resulting burden of bills can begin to feel like an avalanche of debt. While dealing with collection agencies can be annoying, worry about you and your family being put out on the street can ratchet the stress level even higher.…

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Mortgages And Bankruptcy: What Happens?

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When you are thinking about filing bankruptcy one of the biggest concerns is often: what will happen to your mortgage? Will filing bankruptcy help prevent foreclosure on your home? Will it be able to reduce your monthly payments? The answers depend mainly on the type of bankruptcy that you file. You can choose either Chapter 7 or Chapter 13, and each works very differently.   Your Mortgage Under Chapter 7…

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