Factors That Affect Your Repayment Plan In Chapter 13

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Chapter 13 bankruptcy is the branch that requires a person to repay the debt they owe, and people often choose this branch if they do not qualify for Chapter 7 or if they would benefit more from this chapter. If you are considering using Chapter 13, you will have a repayment plan you must use for the next three to five years, and here are the top factors that will affect the amount you must pay for this plan.…

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The Bankruptcy, The Trustee, The Home Inspection And A Commission

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While the above might appear to be a random string of words, they are all actually closely related when it comes to one interesting and little-known facet of bankruptcy. When you declare that you can no longer pay your bills and are seeking debt relief, then you are setting yourself up for a potential loss of property. Read on to understand how you might be able to avoid that loss and an explanation how all those elements come together for some chapter 7 filers.…

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What To Do Before Filing For Bankruptcy

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Bankruptcy is necessary for some people, as sometimes things happen in life that cannot be prevented. Things like injury, illness, loss of a job and even divorce are just a few of the things that can happen that could make you financially unable to pay your bills. If you are struggling to pay your bills due to any of these things or other life-changing events, bankruptcy may be right for you.…

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