What Happens to Credit Cards in Chapter 7 Bankruptcy? Credit Cards Get Discharged In Bankruptcy. You do not have to pay themThere are two types of debt. Secured debt, and unsecured debt. Secured debt means someone will take something from you if you don’t pay them. This is common in car loans and home [...]
If you have filed for bankruptcy, here is how you can protect your credit report right now.
For some Minnesota consumers, bankruptcy is the best solution to overwhelming debt. However, before filing, you should know these five facts about bankruptcy and your credit.
Have debt, but want to avoid bankruptcy? Here are some possible debt relief solutions for Michigan consumers who want bankruptcy alternatives.
When New York consumers decide to pursue debt settlement, should they hire a debt settlement company, or negotiate with creditors on their own?
Bankruptcy normally leaves you with damaged credit, but Michigan consumers can start a credit repair plan during bankruptcy or right after discharge.
Chapter 7 bankruptcy filers in Florida may wonder about future homebuying options. Luckily, post-bankruptcy homeownership is possible with a realistic plan.
Filing for bankruptcy requires a big commitment. So, before making the decision to file, Florida consumers should consider a few important points.
Potential Chapter 7 bankruptcy filers in Illinois need at least a working knowledge of the “means test” in order to gauge whether or not they pass.
There are several reasons why Chapter 7 bankruptcy filers in Michigan should resist the urge to keep one credit card open during and after filing.
Four Reasons Why Most Indebted Florida Consumers Should Choose Chapter 7 Bankruptcy Over Debt Settlement
There are several reasons why most indebted Florida consumers should choose Chapter 7 bankruptcy over debt settlement services.
Checking your credit reports for errors is the first important step toward credit recovery for New York consumers who file Chapter 13 bankruptcy.
Illinois Chapter 7 bankruptcy filers should check their credit reports immediately after discharge. This is the best way to start rebuilding credit.
How Georgia Consumers can keep Medical Debt in Check and Avoid the Number One Reason for Filing Bankruptcy
Georgia consumers who are working to keep their finances on track may be surprised to learn that the number one reason for bankruptcy filings has nothing to do with credit card debt. Credit card mismanagement is still a huge problem in the U.S., but medical debt pushes many more consumers into bankruptcy. It’s scary to [...]
Your Bankruptcy Attorney should be especially vigilant of your credit report. To truly get the fresh financial start that she is promising, you should have both a discharge from your debts or a plan of reorganization and a clean credit report. Bankruptcy is not a permanent kiss of death to a credit score. The illegal [...]