Bankruptcy

27 Jun A Fresh Start for Millennials: Student Loan Debt and Bankruptcy

American student loan debt has hit crisis levels. Forbes reported student loan debt hit record levels in 2019. More than 44 million borrowers owe $1.5 trillion collectively. For Americans who are unable to get out from under their debts -...

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27 Mar Understanding Chapter 13 Bankruptcy Interest Rates

When taking out loans, it’s important to remember that borrowed money must be paid back - with interest. Being over-extended and facing large payments with high interest rates may have you considering if bankruptcy is an option. Filing bankruptcy won’t...

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06 Feb Bankruptcy & Divorce in Ohio

Going through a divorce is a difficult and emotionally draining process. When paired with bankruptcy, it can be even more of a challenge. Both divorce and bankruptcy involve a great deal of time, paperwork, and worry. If you’d like to...

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28 Sep Can You Be Evicted During Bankruptcy?

Bankruptcy is a trying time. The last thing you need to face while dealing with financial issues is the prospect of losing your residence. Bankruptcy is an emotional drain in itself; the prospect of facing it while losing your home...

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14 Aug What Is a Meeting of Creditors?

Whether you file Chapter 7 or Chapter 13 bankruptcy, you must attend a 341 meeting of creditors. During a meeting of creditors, you will sit in a room with your trustee, your attorney, and any creditors who wish to attend....

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10 Aug Debunking 5 Common Bankruptcy Myths

If unfortunate circumstances have forced you into problems with debt, you’re not alone. Many people can fall behind with bills and eventually become overwhelmed with feelings of despair. Bankruptcy is a federal program that can provide certain types of debt...

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02 Apr Pros and Cons of Chapter 13 Bankruptcy

When you think about personal bankruptcy, Chapter 7 is probably the most well-known. It allows people who are stretched too thin to discharge much of their debt and get a fresh start. But what if you make too much money...

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