A Look at Bankruptcy Fraud in the U.S. (Part 2)

July 20, 2014

Continuing from A Look at Bankruptcy Fraud in the U.S. (Part 1)¸ below we will continue our discussion regarding how bankruptcy fraud may take place (and what you can do to avoid being accused of this serious crime). Types of Bankruptcy Fraud (Continued)… In addition to concealing one’s assets and…
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A Look at Bankruptcy Fraud in the U.S. (Part 1)

July 15, 2014

Bankruptcy fraud can lead to serious federal criminal charges being filed against a person. While some acts of bankruptcy fraud may be intentional attempts to defraud creditors (and the courts) in order to get debt fraudulently discharged, in other cases, people who do not have an experienced attorney overseeing their…
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Automatic Stay in Bankruptcy: What You Need to Know (Pt. 2)

July 10, 2014

Picking up from where Automatic Stay in Bankruptcy: What You Need to Know (Pt. 1) left off, below we will continue our discussion of important information you should about automatic stays in bankruptcy when you may be considering moving forward with this debt relief option. Automatic Stays Can Protect Your…
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Automatic Stay in Bankruptcy: What You Need to Know (Pt. 1)

July 5, 2014

One of the many reasons that bankruptcy can be such an effective and powerful debt relief option is because of something known as the automatic stay. In this two-part blog, we will discuss some of the main features of the automatic stay and how they can help you when you…
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7 Ways to Handle Creditors and Collection Agencies (Pt. 3)

June 30, 2014

Here is the conclusion to our three-part blog 7 Ways to Handle Creditors and Collection Agencies. Additional steps you can take to effectively deal with creditors who are contacting you about outstanding debt are to: 5. Get an agreement for a lower payment in writing. If you are able to…
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7 Ways to Handle Creditors and Collection Agencies (Pt. 2)

June 26, 2014

Picking up from where we left off in 7 Ways to Handle Creditors and Collection Agencies (Pt. 1), below we will continue discussing some specific things you can do when you are trying to deal with creditors who are incessantly contacting you about outstanding debt. 3. Explain your situation and…
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7 Ways to Handle Creditors and Collection Agencies (Pt. 1)

June 23, 2014

When you owe money on some debt, creditors or collection agencies may bombard you with phone calls, letters and possibly emails in an effort to get your attention and get the money they are supposedly owed. While the Fair Debt Collection Practices Act (FDCPA) prevents these creditors from doing anything…
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6 Tips for Paying Down Debt – Your Path to a Debt-Free Future (Pt. 3)

June 18, 2014

In conclusion to 6 Tips for Paying Down Debt – Your Path to a Debt-Free Future, here are some final tips to keep in mind when you are getting ready to start seriously focusing on paying down your debt. Tip 5 – Avoid taking out new lines of credit. If…
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6 Tips for Paying Down Debt – Your Path to a Debt-Free Future (Pt. 2)

June 11, 2014

Picking up from where 6 Tips for Paying Down Debt – Your Path to a Debt-Free Future (Pt. 1) left off, here we will provide a few more tips for paying down debt so you can improve your credit and, ultimately, your financial situation. Tip 3 – Make an effort…
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6 Tips for Paying Down Debt – Your Path to a Debt-Free Future (Pt. 1)

June 4, 2014

Paying down debt is one the most important things people can focus on doing when they are trying to improve their credit scores and, in turn, their financial situations. However, when people are facing mortgage debt, car loan debt, credit card debt and various other types of debt, it can…
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