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Credit Card Debt relief attorney serving Melbourne, FL
You are probably aware that the primary downside to filing for bankruptcy protection is that it negatively impacts your credit score. However, how long your bankruptcy remains on your credit report depends on whether you file a Chapter 7 or Chapter 13 case. Chapter 7 When you file a Chapter 7, the bankruptcy notation remains...
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Bankruptcy & Lawsuits | Melbourne, FL Attorney
If you are facing collection lawsuits, filing a Chapter 7 or Chapter 13 bankruptcy can be an effective way to halt the lawsuit from proceeding. However, there are certain types of lawsuits that are not halted by a personal bankruptcy filing. Generally speaking, a suit that is seeking the recovery of money is stopped when...
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Debt Relief Lawyer Brevard County, Florida
The drafters of the bankruptcy laws were wise enough to realize that humans make mistakes. As a result, if you realize after your discharge order has been entered that an error was made in your bankruptcy case, it may be possible to reopen your case to fix the mistake. It should be noted that it...
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Bankruptcy Attorney serving Brevard and Melbourne, Florida
When you file for bankruptcy protection, your primary goal is typically to discharge or eliminate your debt. However, it is important to understand that there are certain types of debt that the law excludes from being discharged. Pursuant to 11 U.S.C. §523(a)(9), one type of debt that is not eligible for discharge is one arising...
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Bankruptcy and Debt Relief Attorney serving Palm Bay
If you are past due on your mortgage payments and you want to avoid a foreclosure action, you may want to consider filing a Chapter 7 or Chapter 13 bankruptcy. Another option to consider is a short sale. Either choice has its advantages, but deciding which is more beneficial for you depends on your unique...
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Foreclosure Defense Attorney serving Melbourne, FL
If you are like most people who are planning to file for bankruptcy protection, you are already worried about how you can rebuild your credit after your case is over. While a bankruptcy filing will negatively impact your credit score, with time and hard work, you likely will restore your score sooner than you may...
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You may have heard that there is a lot of paperwork that is required to file for bankruptcy protection. The court requires all debtors to make complete financial disclosures in their pleadings. This means you must list all of your assets, debts, income and expenses. Your bankruptcy attorney at Faro & Crowder, PA, will assist...
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Many clients who come to us for assistance with filing a bankruptcy case ask if they can still short sale their home after their Chapter 7 is over. The answer is typically “yes,” but the better question is whether it is a good idea to do so. The first step is to understand how the...
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When you file a Chapter 13 case, you submit a repayment plan that lasts three to five years. A lot can happen during this time that impacts your finances. What can you do if unforeseen financial issues prevent you from being able to afford your monthly Chapter 13 plan payments? One option to consider is...
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Amendments to the Bankruptcy Code were made in 2005 and one of the most significant additions to the law was the requirement of a debtor to pass the “means test” to be eligible to file a Chapter 7 bankruptcy. The means test is a calculation used by the bankruptcy courts to verify that a debtor is...
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