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Do People Wait Too Long To File Bankruptcy?

The idea that people who file for bankruptcy are financially irresponsible is way off the mark. People from all walks of life seek the protection of bankruptcy and the benefits it provides are immeasurable. In most instances the filer has exhausted every option and opportunity to repay their debt, and

How To Remove A Lien In Bankruptcy

There are a few types of liens in the law; those that you agree to have placed on your property and those that are the result of a judicial action. A good example of a lien you agree to would be the lien your auto lender has on your car

What Is A Bankruptcy Exemption?

Most all legal proceedings include terms of art that are unfamiliar to non-attorneys. Just ask anyone who has spent a day in Court and they will tell you that the Judge and lawyers seemed to be speaking a foreign language. This is especially true in bankruptcy court where there are

Eligibility Requirements For Filing Bankruptcy

Filing bankruptcy provides many financial benefits, so it is important to know if you are eligible to file. It is also important to know for which chapter you qualify, and what to expect during your case. The short answer is people with consumer debt are allowed to file bankruptcy, and

What Is A Deed In Lieu Of Foreclosure?

When in the middle of a foreclosure, and after having exhausted all efforts to save your home has proven unsuccessful, it is possible to get out of the foreclosure by giving the property back to the lender. When agreeable to the mortgage holder, offering a deed in lieu of foreclosure

Will A Loan Modification Help Save My House?

Facing foreclosure of your home is something no one envisions when singing their mortgage. However, the events of life sometimes put honest people in unfortunate financial situations. There are options available to avoid foreclosure, and when trying to save your home you should use your best efforts to explore every

What Is A Reaffirmation Agreement?

Filing for bankruptcy answers a lot of questions about your debt, but also creates others. For instance, you might be wondering the difference between a Chapter 7 and a Chapter 13, and might also need to know what things you are allowed to keep and what must be surrendered. The

Fighting A Foreclosure

Your home is your most valuable asset. This is where you gather with family and friends and share many of life’s most important events. When faced with the possibility of losing your home you need to consider all of your options. A foreclosure takes away your home and your sense