Effects Of Bankruptcy On Your Credit

Posted on: 8 January 2019

Before you rush into filing for bankruptcy, it is very important for you to take the time you need to fully understand what bankruptcy is, how it will help you, and the ways it could affect your credit. Bankruptcy will affect your credit, and the effects can last for years; however, what you do with your credit after bankruptcy will also have major effects on your credit. Why bankruptcy affects credit
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How Taking Control Of Your Finances Can Help You After A Divorce

Posted on: 11 August 2018

Divorce has a way of messing up a lot of things. Your life completely goes out of control, and you feel like you will never get back to "normal." The truth is, after a divorce, you have to take back your life, one piece at a time. The best place to start is with your finances. People are in absolute financial ruins after a divorce, and it is really hard to get back on the right track.
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Will You Lose Your Home In Bankruptcy?

Posted on: 8 November 2016

For some people, the fear of losing their home prevents them from filing for bankruptcy. What they might not realize is that filing for bankruptcy does not necessarily mean that their homes will be lost. If you are considering bankruptcy and worried about losing your home, here is what you need to know.   Can the Homestead Exemption Save Your Home? In bankruptcy, exemptions are allowed to save some or all of your assets.
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Foreclosure And Divorce: Why You Need A Competent Attorney

Posted on: 9 February 2016

The process of divorce is extremely difficult; if you and your spouse own a home together that you can no longer afford, the difficulty is multiplied. Some couples opt to just let the house go back to the bank without fighting; they walk away from the mortgage to the detriment of their credit. This can ensure that you can't buy another home for at least seven years. It can also affect your ability to obtain other types of credit, and can even cost you the ability to keep your current job or find a new job.
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