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Debt to become a bigger burden in 2018
Check out this article about how 2018 could be a particularly hard year for those who are already struggling to pay off their debt. Interest rates are set to rise over the coming year, which means that those with variable rate loans, including many mortgage and credit card holders, will see the amount they pay in interest likewise rise. The fact that more than a quarter of Americans have no plan for paying off their debts suggests many more households could soon be struggling.
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Why bankruptcy could be worth your while
Discover why bankruptcy may not be all gloom and doom as you might have thought. For example, your credit score may well increase within a year of filing because fewer debts are on your credit reports. Your mental health should also be in a better place as you have a chance to start over without constant calls from creditors. An attorney can help you decide what makes the most sense in your situation.
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How do you know bankruptcy's right for you?
Is bankruptcy right for you? Read on to learn how you can determine if bankruptcy is a good fit prior to taking the plunge and filing.
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What are my protections against creditor harassment?
If you are behind your bills and facing debt collection calls, read this article. You haveĀ  powerful protections against a variety of illegal or harassing tactics.
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Second bite of apple punished
In McLean v. Greenpoint Credit LLC, a creditor holding a $11,000 debt for the purchase of a mobile home filed a claim for the same debt when the debtors filed a bankruptcy petition a few years later. Read this article to see how the court punished the creditor for violating the Bankruptcy Code and made the creditor pay $75,000 in damages.
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Loan modifications are seldom stress-free, and banks are not known for making the process easy. Read this article for review of a case where a disabled woman fought back and lost, due to her lack of evidence of presenting sufficient evidence to back up her claim.
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