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What Is a Section 341 Meeting and How Do I Prepare?

What Is a Section 341 Meeting and How Do I Prepare?

Shortly after you file for Chapter 7 or Chapter 13 bankruptcy, you will receive a notice for your section 341 meeting of creditors. It’s an essential part of the bankruptcy process that usually takes place at the Federal courthouse, but currently is done over the phone or via a Zoom chat due to the pandemic. … Read More

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What Happens if I Miss a Payment in Chapter 13?

If you are in the Chapter 13 Bankruptcy process, you have a three-to-five-year reorganization payment plan. This plan will allow for one monthly payment to wrap up most types of debt and will provide you with automatic court protection from your creditors. There are a lot of reasons why a Chapter 13 might be the … Read More

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What is an Emergency Bankruptcy Filing?

An emergency bankruptcy is a bankruptcy filing method that expedites the filing process to stop creditors and bill collectors from seeking debts from borrowers. Individuals can file an emergency bankruptcy, also known as a skeleton bankruptcy, under Chapter 7 and Chapter 13. Additionally, businesses can file an emergency bankruptcy under Chapter 11, but this is … Read More

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Building Credit During Chapter 13 Bankruptcy

Filing for chapter 13 bankruptcy can seem like a daunting task, but it’s often the right move for those who are facing foreclosure, repossession, or have exorbitant debts. If you’re thinking of filing for chapter 13 bankruptcy, you may have questions regarding how it will impact your credit score. In this blog, we discuss how … Read More

What is the Difference Between Secured and Unsecured Debt?

What is the Difference Between Secured and Unsecured Debt?

If you are struggling with debt and are behind on payments, it’s important to understand what kind of debt you have and how it will be handled should you miss too many payments. Dealing with debt can be scary and overwhelming, especially if you don’t know what will happen if you miss too many payments … Read More

Filing Taxes After Filing for Bankruptcy

Filing Taxes After Filing for Bankruptcy

Filing your taxes and filing for bankruptcy are two things that can be confusing and challenging on their own. When you put the two together, it can cause debtors even more stress. However, understanding the basics and what to look out for can make the whole situation a lot easier. Filing your taxes after filing … Read More

Will Bankruptcy Erase ALL of My Debt?

Will Bankruptcy Erase ALL of My Debt?

Debt elimination is typically one of the primary reasons a debtor will pursue bankruptcy. While filing for bankruptcy is often the best course of action if you are overwhelmed by debt and struggling to stay afloat, it’s important to understand what debts can and cannot be discharged in bankruptcy. Bankruptcy can often eliminate most of … Read More

Can I Add a Creditor After My Bankruptcy is Filed

Can I Add a Creditor After My Bankruptcy is Filed?

Filing for bankruptcy is often a necessary yet scary and confusing process for debtors. No one plans to accumulate so much debt that they can’t pay it back, but things happen. While you may not want to file bankruptcy, it is often the best choice if you are struggling to get by. Though filing for … Read More

What Property Can I Keep After Filing for Bankruptcy

What Property Can I Keep After Filing for Bankruptcy?

The bankruptcy process involves looking at your assets. In a Chapter 7, or liquidation bankruptcy, some of your property may not be protected, and you could lose it. Every state has different property exemption rules. Most Chapter 7 filings are what we call a “no asset” case. However, after you file, a bankruptcy trustee will … Read More

Should I File for Bankruptcy Before or After the Holidays?

It’s that time of year again—the holidays will be here before you know it. Though this time is joyous for many, the financial pressure of buying gifts, hosting holiday meals, and spreading cheer can make the holidays stressful for those struggling to make ends meet. If you are struggling financially and feel bankruptcy is the … Read More

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