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What debts must I address in Chapter 13 bankruptcy?
You may believe that you must repay all debts in Chapter 13. However, as this article will explain, this is not true.
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Why you should refrain from paying back debts if you are going to file bankruptcy
If you are considering bankruptcy, you it is important not to repay debts before you file. This article will explain why this is so.
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How am I protected against creditor harassment during or after bankruptcy?
Your protections against creditor harassment continues throughout the bankruptcy process. Read this article to learn more.
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A diagnosis of cancer often leads to bankruptcy
If you are diagnosed with a terminal disease like cancer, you have a higher likelihood of having to file bankruptcy. However, this is not the end of the world. Read this article to learn why.
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Many different myths exist about bankruptcy
Check out this article about bankruptcy and some of the myths that surround this process. For example, some may believe that only financially irresponsible people end up needing to file for bankruptcy. Those who find themselves in an unfortunate financial situation may benefit from turning to an attorney to discuss if bankruptcy can help them find relief from their debts.
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Zombie foreclosures create challenges
Take a look at this article, which describes the emergence of zombie foreclosures in the state of Florida. Discover what the consequences may be for defaulted Florida borrowers when lenders fail to complete the foreclosure process they started. Florida borrowers dealing with the implications of zombie foreclosures may wish to consult with a bankruptcy law attorney.
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Learning the Difference Between Ch. 7 and Ch. 13
More people filed for Chapter 7 bankruptcy last year than any other type of bankruptcy. Chapter 13 came in second. Read this article to find out the differences between these two types of bankruptcy. You may be able to find out which chapter is better for your particular financial situation. Find out why an attorney is an essential part of the bankruptcy process.
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Medical debt leading cause of bankruptcy
Check out this article about the growing burden of medical debt for millions of American families. A recent study found that the number one consumer complaint was against debt collectors, with most of those complaints having to do with medical expenses. The problem is so bad that medical debt has now become the leading cause of personal bankruptcy. Studies further show that the problem is being exacerbated by billing errors and debt collector harassment.
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Credit card debt once again on the rise
Read this article about the recent rise in credit card debt. Earlier this year, credit card spending grew significantly, and is expected to continue growing through the end of the year. This could spell trouble in the future.
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Filing for bankruptcy doesn't mean the end of credit 
Filing for bankruptcy is not admitting defeat, nor does it signal the end of financial freedom.
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