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Jacksonville Bankruptcy Attorney D.C Higginbotham
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Studies Show That U.S. Consumers Added $33 Billion in Credit Card Debt in One Quarter of 2017
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A Chapter 7 bankruptcy is one of the most common forms of bankruptcy filed today. It involves liquidating the majority of your non-exempt assets (excluding things you need for daily living, like your home and car) and using those funds to pay your debts. Anything left over that is an unsecured debt is typically discharged, meaning you don't have to pay it. Chapter 7 is a great option for many people, but not everyone is eligible. First, you have to pass a test.
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Student loans are typically considered one of the few non-dischargeable debts in a bankruptcy claim, along with tax debt and other types of secured debt. However, there are some circumstances that will give a person the ability to have their student loans discharged anyway. This loophole is called the Brunner Test.
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Student loans are typically considered one of the few non-dischargeable debts in a bankruptcy claim, along with tax debt and other types of secured debt. However, there are some circumstances that will give a person the ability to have their student loans discharged anyway. This loophole is called the Brunner Test.
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Many people mistakenly believe that they won't be able to buy a house at all after filing bankruptcy, or at least until the bankruptcy falls off their credit report after 7-10 years. This isn't necessarily true -- there are ways you can purchase a new home after a successful bankruptcy, and doing so may even help you get your credit back on track. Here's what you need to know.
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