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Life After Bankruptcy: What Happens After My Debts Have Been Discharged?

Making the decision to file for bankruptcy is never an easy one. Once you have made that decision, you may expect that the process will go smoothly and that you will quickly be able to move on with your life. However, the reality is that even after you have received your discharge and your bankruptcy is……
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HAVEN Act — Bankruptcy Information For Veterans

Veterans, service members, and their families often go through times of hardship. Some of the challenges are unique to the military experience, but many troubles are the same as those found in civilian life. Financial struggles are a part of life for people of all backgrounds, and sometimes the only solution is to file for……
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Is Information From A Bankruptcy Public?

Privacy has been, and most likely always will be, desirable in many aspects of your life. It becomes especially desirable in times of struggle and can play a big part in the decisions you make to help yourself. When it comes to bankruptcy, many worry about how public the information is going to be. Is……
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Military Personnel and Bankruptcy

The right to file for bankruptcy is not limited to only civilians. Those in the military have the same right to file for bankruptcy as well. In addition, active military personnel and disabled veterans get certain benefits over non-military. For starters, the Servicemembers’ Civil Relief Act (SCRA) gives active-duty military legal protections in civil actions……
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Are Annuities Exempt in Bankruptcy?

When it comes to bankruptcy, it’s important to know what properties, debt, or other money can be deemed exempt. This is especially true because property exemptions can vary from state to state, and even those can vary from federal property exemptions. The same holds true for annuities, which usually come in the form of an……
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