Better Days Ahead: Bankruptcy Recovery And You

Posted on: 4 September 2017

The decision to declare bankruptcy can be a tough one, and it's easy to see why. You probably know that your ability to use credit will be affected for many years to come, but you may be uncertain about other negative effects of a chapter 7 bankruptcy filing. It could help you to have a better understanding of how to deal with your financial situation after a bankruptcy, so read on.
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Things You Should Know If You Are Facing Foreclosure On Your Home

Posted on: 18 August 2017

Whether it was an unexpected change in employment, health issues that led to expenses, or an alteration in personal circumstances that put you in this position, facing foreclosure on your home can be incredibly scary. After years of working hard to pay for a home of your own, you face the possibility of seeing all of your money, time, and personal investment into the property you reside in being taken away.
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Two Ways To Handle A Deficiency Balance After Vehicle Repossession

Posted on: 29 March 2017

When you stop making payments on your auto loan, the bank will typically take the vehicle back (i.e., repossession). Unfortunately, your obligation to pay the loan may not end there. If the bank sells the vehicle for less than the balanced owed on your account, you will continue to be liable for the difference. Here are two things you can do to eliminate a deficiency balance after your car or truck has been repossessed.
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3 Commonly Asked Questions Regarding Bankruptcy And Adoption

Posted on: 20 April 2016

Many potential adoptive parents are worried that their past financial history will ruin their chances of being approved as an adoptive parent. To help you avoid stressing over this, below are three commonly asked questions regarding bankruptcy and adoption: How Does Past Bankruptcy Affect My Application? The critical factor that determines the effect of bankruptcy on your adoption application is the length of time that has passed since you were last declared bankrupt.
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