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does chapter 13 wipe all of your credit

Does Chapter 13 Wipe All of Your Credit?

Chapter 13 bankruptcy is an invaluable financial tool for those struggling with overwhelming debt, and it can pave the way for a fresh start. Unlike Chapter 7, Chapter 13 bankruptcy allows you to avoid liquidating your non-exempt assets. Instead, you pay a repayment plan over three to five years. While Chapter 13 is effective for … Read More

What assets do you lose in chapter 7?

What Assets Do You Lose in Chapter 7?

Chapter 7 bankruptcy is a great financial solution for those struggling with debt, especially unsecured debts. With Chapter 7 bankruptcy, you as the debtor can discharge most unsecured obligations after liquidating nonexempt assets. Because Chapter 7 involves a Chapter 7 Trustee selling off certain non-exempt assets, many who consider this bankruptcy method worry about what … Read More

What is the impact of bankruptcy on professional licenses and certifications?

What Is the Impact of Bankruptcy on Professional Licenses and Certifications?

Filing for bankruptcy is a great financial option for those struggling with cumbersome debt. It enables you to discharge eligible debts, such as credit card and medical debt, so that you can live with a fresh start in the future. But you may be wondering, “What Is the Impact of Bankruptcy on Professional Licenses and … Read More

What happens if I get a job after filing Chapter 7?

What Happens If I Get a Job After Filing Chapter 7?

Filing for bankruptcy can feel incredibly daunting, especially if you have concerns over whether it may impact your future job prospects. The sad reality is that many people hold misconceptions regarding bankruptcy filers. So, what happens if I get a job after filing Chapter 7? They believe those declaring bankruptcy are irresponsible or bad with … Read More

can you reaffirm a debt in chapter 13

Can You Reaffirm a Debt in Chapter 13?

If you’re considering bankruptcy, you may wonder which filing type is right for you. The two basic types of bankruptcy classifications for individuals and families are Chapter 7 and Chapter 13. A common question we receive regarding these forms is whether you can reaffirm a debt during the process. Fortunately, we’re here to answer frequently … Read More

debt consolidation vs bankruptcy

Debt Consolidation vs Bankruptcy: Which is Better?

Being overwhelmed by debt is a stressful situation that can make it challenging to decide on the best path forward. Two of the most common options for dealing with unmanageable debt are filing for bankruptcy and pursuing debt consolidation. However, the choice between these two approaches depends greatly on individual circumstances.  Bankruptcy and debt consolidation … Read More

gambling debt

Chapter 13 and Gambling Debt

Gambling debt can have a devastating impact on your life. Debts can pile up quickly and overwhelm your finances before you have a chance to catch up. Because of this, filing for bankruptcy is often one of the only options you may have. Below, we’ll break down how gambling debt fits into Chapter 13 bankruptcy … Read More

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