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Category Archives: Chapter 13 Bankruptcy

What Is an Automatic Stay?

One of the most stressful aspects of being in debt is dealing with creditors or collection agencies. Phone calls, letters, and legal actions such as foreclosure, wage garnishment, repossession, and lawsuits are extremely threatening and many people feel intimidated by them. An experienced bankruptcy lawyer can help protect your rights. The U.S. Bankruptcy Code affords… Read More »

10 Ways To Rebuild Your Credit After Bankruptcy

Once you file for Chapter 7 Bankruptcy or Chapter 13 bankruptcy, it stays on your credit report for a number of years. However, that doesn’t mean it’s impossible for you to rebuild your credit in that time. In fact, your ability to rebuild your credit after bankruptcy is probably better than it’s ever been. It’s… Read More »

Debt Settlement vs. Chapter 13 Bankruptcy Explained

One alternative to bankruptcy is debt settlement. Debt settlement has its pros and cons, and we’ll talk about both in this blog—and why sometimes Chapter 13 bankruptcy might be the better answer. With debt settlement, you ask your creditors to accept less than what they’re asking for, effectively canceling a portion of the debt. It… Read More »

Is Chapter 13 Bankruptcy Right For Me?

You’ve made the decision to file for bankruptcy. However, you’re not sure if you should file for Chapter 7 or Chapter 13. This blog will discuss Chapter 13 bankruptcy and its pros and cons. If you have a regular income with an ability to repay at least a portion of your debts, or you have… Read More »