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Blog Posts in 2012

Will Bankruptcy Discharge all my Debt?

Are you in over your head with debt? Do you have insurmountable financial hardships? Filing for bankruptcy can wipe out most, if not all, of your unsecured debt. Both Chapter 7 and Chapter 13 have ...
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Liability After Short Sale

A short sale has become an increasingly popular strategy among homeowners who are looking to avoid foreclosure. A short sale sells the property much earlier than in a foreclosure, and the home is sold ...
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Restoring Your Credit after Bankruptcy

If you have made the decision to declare bankruptcy, you are likely wondering about how it will affect your credit. It is impossible to predict exactly what will happen, but many people experience a ...
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What is wage garnishment?

If you have outstanding debts, it is likely that a creditor will file a lawsuit against you. The creditor will probably win the lawsuit because you legally owe them money, and then they can request ...
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