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Bankruptcy And Foreclosure

By john.sting / March 25, 2020 / Comments Off on Bankruptcy And Foreclosure

Bankruptcy And Foreclosure Bankruptcy is an option when the foreclosure process has progressed to the point that constructing a workout is no longer feasible or all efforts to find a resolution have failed. In my practice, bankruptcy is often the only remaining option where a default judgment has been entered in the foreclosure case, a […]

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The Four Chapters Of Bankruptcy

By john.sting / March 25, 2020 / Comments Off on The Four Chapters Of Bankruptcy

The Four Chapters Of Bankruptcy Bankruptcy is not new, even though you can’t pick up a newspaper, turn on the TV or surf the Web these days without encountering the word. The earliest mentions of the word date to the early 1500s. In the United States, the condition of bankruptcy is as old as the nation […]

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First Steps for Filing Bankruptcy

By john.sting / March 25, 2020 / Comments Off on First Steps for Filing Bankruptcy

First Steps for Filing Bankruptcy Benson Bankruptcy Law Firm helps you understand Filing Bankruptcy in Cleveland. We know the ins and outs of successfully filing for bankruptcy. What do I need to get started filing for bankruptcy protection? If you find yourself in an increasingly precarious financial position, you may think of filing for bankruptcy […]

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Do I Have to Include Everything in My Bankruptcy?

By david.benson / March 25, 2020 / 0 Comments

Do I Have to Include Everything in My Bankruptcy? – Bankruptcy FAQs

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I’m Married – Does My Spouse Have to File Bankruptcy Too?

By david.benson / March 25, 2020 / 0 Comments

I’m Married – Does My Spouse Have to File Bankruptcy Too? – Bankruptcy FAQs

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Should I Max out My Credit Cards

By david.benson / March 25, 2020 / 0 Comments

Should I Max out My Credit Cards – Bankruptcy FAQs

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What to Know About Bankruptcy and Divorce

By david.benson / March 25, 2020 / 0 Comments

What to Know About Bankruptcy and Divorce Bankruptcy and divorce are both stressful enough on their own, but when combined, they can create an entirely new level of trouble. If you’re currently facing both situations, the timing for each couldn’t be more critical. Below we’ll examine how filing for bankruptcy and divorce at the same […]

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Ch 7 vs Ch 13 FAQs

By david.benson / March 25, 2020 / 0 Comments

Ch 7 vs. Ch 13 FAQs Q: Are there debts that are NOT dischargeable in Chapter 7 that ARE dischargeable in Chapter 13? A: Yes. The following are dischargeable in a Chapter 13 that are not under Chapter 7: Noncriminal fines Certain debts from divorce Loans taken to pay recent federal taxes Discharge denied in […]

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Can I File Bankruptcy to Get My Driver’s License Back?

By david.benson / March 25, 2020 / 0 Comments

Can I File Bankruptcy to Get My Driver’s License Back? My Driver’s License Has Been Suspended. Will Bankruptcy Help Me Get It Back? So your license was suspended for DUI. Or maybe you merely failed to show proof of insurance at a traffic stop. Or you were randomly selected to show you have insurance and […]

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How Often Can You File Bankruptcy?

By david.benson / March 25, 2020 / 0 Comments

How Often Can You File Bankruptcy? How Long Do You Have to Wait Until You Can File Bankruptcy Again? Some debtors find that they fall victim to the 1-2 punch. They have emerged from bankruptcy with a fresh start only to have another disappointment or tragedy to befall them. It may be the sudden death […]

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