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6 Signs it’s Time to Consider Filing Bankruptcy

“I’ll get around to it.” You’ve probably said that sentence a time or two in your life. Maybe you’ve even said it about paying your bills. Unfortunately, pushing things aside for later can lead to big problems. Avoiding bills can only last so long before you’re too far behind to catch up on the payments…….
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What Is Mortgage Fraud?

Mortgage fraud can be committed intentionally or by accident. It can be committed by individual borrowers as well as by lenders. According to the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI), mortgage fraud is defined as any type of “material misstatement, misrepresentation, or omission relating to the property or potential mortgage relied on by an underwriter or……
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Does Bankruptcy Affect Future or Current Employment?

You might be hesitant to file for bankruptcy because you’re afraid you might lose your job. Maybe you’re concerned that a potential employer will deny your employment if you filed for Chapter 7 or Chapter 13 bankruptcy. If you can’t meet your financial demands with a job, how would you meet them without one? Will……
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I Can’t Afford to Pay for My Car Anymore. Can Bankruptcy Help?

People often find themselves contemplating bankruptcy because they’re in over their heads with monthly car payments. If you’ve been affected by COVID-19 and are unable to meet your financial responsibilities, you need a plan for debt relief and resolution. When Car Payments Become Too Much A car you once loved can become a major problem……
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Disadvantages Of Going Through Foreclosure Without An Attorney

It’s always discouraging to fall behind on your mortgage payments, especially when you’re working so hard to meet them each month. But if you fall far enough behind, the lender may begin the foreclosure process, which means your home will be sold at a public auction, with the proceeds meant to cover some of the……
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