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Being overwhelmed with bills is disheartening enough, knowing that you’re struggling and you’re having to choose between paying for groceries or paying on an old medical bill. However, when you add creditor harassment into the mix, it can begin to feel like you’re drowning. Contrary to what many people believe, creditors cannot say or do whatever they want in order to get someone to pay a debt. There are certain guidelines they need to follow, and failure to do so is considered creditor harassment. Are you being harassed by creditors?

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Many people are concerned if they file for bankruptcy, they will lose all of their possessions, including their home and their vehicle. This isn't quite true and while some assets are inevitably going to be liquidated during the bankruptcy process, there are a great deal of assets that are considered exempt. These vary from state to state -- learn about the bankruptcy exemptions in Texas below.

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Many companies advertise debt consolidation as a way to get out of debt, or at least, put all your debt in one place and have lower interest rates. Learn about the myths surrounding debt consolidation and how to find out if it's the right choice for you and your family.

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Making the decision to file bankruptcy is never easy, but in many cases, it's the best option for individuals and families who are experiencing extreme financial difficulty. Here are the five most common reasons people file for bankruptcy and how you can get sound advice when you're overwhelmed with bills and financial challenges. 

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One of the worst things that can occur when you owe bills and are overwhelmed with debt is a creditor freezing your bank account. A frozen bank account can be detrimental when you're already struggling to make ends meet, but it is a very real possibility for individuals who owe money to certain agencies. Here's what you need to know about what has to happen before your bank account gets frozen and what you can do not only to prevent it from happening but also to stop it if it does happen.

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Bankruptcy can be confusing and intimidating. Here are answers to the most frequently asked questions about a Chapter 13 bankruptcy.

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In today’s financially strained society, owing back taxes or owing on student loans is not at all uncommon. However, these types of debt are generally considered “non-dischargeable.” This means that even if you file a Chapter 7 bankruptcy, you will still owe these debts. So what do you do if you owe more non-dischargeable debt than you can afford to pay?

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Under the Fair Debt Collection Practices Act (FDCPA), creditors have to abide by certain laws and regulations regarding what they can and cannot do when attempting to collect a debt. However, many unscrupulous creditors regularly violate these laws and engage in creditor harassment. Here’s what you need to know about creditor harassment and, additionally, what steps you can take to get relief.

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Bankruptcy can be confusing for many families who are struggling with debt and are striving to regain control over their financial life. Here’s what you need to know about the bankruptcy process and how an experienced lawyer can assist you with navigating this complex, but ultimately beneficial, system.

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Filing for a Chapter 7 bankruptcy can seem overwhelming at first, but with the help of an experienced bankruptcy attorney, it is often a smoother process than people expect. Here are some simple tips for a successful Chapter 7 bankruptcy.
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