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What Does a Chapter 13 Repayment Plan Look Like?

It’s a smart choice to file for Chapter 13 bankruptcy. Your bankruptcy plan will allow you to catch up on payments and settle your debts while giving you a chance to keep your home treasured belongings. If you have a job but you’re struggling to make your payments every month, Chapter 13 can help. In [...]

What Are My Repayment Obligations Under Chapter 13 Bankruptcy?

When you’re considering Chapter 13 bankruptcy, you’re also wondering how much of your debt you’d be obligated to pay back. Plus, you need to know how much time and paperwork it will take. Let’s take a look at a debtor’s obligations under Chapter 13 bankruptcy. This could be an excellent choice for you, depending on [...]

What Debts Will Remain After A Chapter 13 Discharge?

Chapter 13 bankruptcy can wipe out most kinds of debts and leave you with a much brighter financial picture. But Chapter 13 can’t discharge all types of debt you’ve taken on. Some debts will remain after your bankruptcy, although you’ll be in a much better position to handle them. Here’s a closer look at how [...]

Car Repossessions During the COVID-19 Crisis

https://youtu.be/gdVWshe9FAo Transcript Hi, I'm Andrew Sawin, an attorney at Sawin and Shea Bankruptcy Law Office. I'm here to talk to you today about repossessions. I know currently with this current COVID-19 crisis, many car lenders have voluntarily suspended repossessions. This is voluntary. There is no state mandate keeping them from repossessing cars. As you [...]

How Does The 2020 Cares Act Affect A Chapter 13 Bankruptcy?

https://youtu.be/kiHOqVgVQR4 Transcript Hello Richard Shea here with Sawin and Shea. I want to give you an update here related to the March 27th passage of the cares act in Congress. Now this is directed mainly towards people who are involved in active chapter 13 bankruptcies. Under the act, if you were in an act [...]

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