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Filing bankruptcy under Chapter 7 and Chapter 13 each has it's pros and cons. Learn how to keep your home by filing Chapter 7 bankruptcy as opposed to Chapter 13. Depending on the time you need to catch up on payments, you have options. Learn more here: 

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Filing bankruptcy is stressful and you want relief from your debt. Did you know that under Chapter 13, you can do a "Car Cramdown" and pay less on an existing debt, saving you thousands of dollars? Read more here:

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Understanding your options when filing bankruptcy is extremely important. As you may or may not know, there is Chapter 7 and Chapter 13. Chapter 13 offers advantages over Chapter 7. 

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In the case of a business closing due to bankruptcy, the sum of debt owed is usually larger than when a normal person files bankruptcy. Therefore, challenging is much more attractive to the creditor.

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Why would you do a short sale of your home?

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Uh-oh. You are being sued by a creditor. This is bad thing and you must prevent this from happening and you can definitely stop this in its tracks. 

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Depending on where you lived two years ago, the bankruptcy laws vary by state and can therefore affect how much of your property will be protected.

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Maybe bankruptcy is the answer for your business. If you own a sole proprietorship, you can file both Chapter 7 and Chapter 13. However, Chapter 13 is usually a better option. Read our blog to find out why. 

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When you file for bankruptcy, sometimes you can get an “automatic stay” where creditors don’t pursue you and your assets. However, you can be denied an “automatic stay” if you meet certain narrow exceptions. Read our blog to learn about these exceptions. 

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