Information about Bankruptcy

Debt Consolidation Refinance Advice: Chapter 13 Bankruptcy versus Ch. 7 BK

Under the old bankruptcy laws, most debtors chose between a liquidation proceeding under Chapter 7 of the Bankruptcy Code and a wage-earner repayment plan under Chapter 13. Under the Bankruptcy Abuse Prevention and Consumer Protection Act of 2005 (BAPCPA), new » Read the rest

Debt Consolidation or Bankruptcy?

It’s a question that has stumped wise men (with overdrawn credit limits) for generations. Do I file for bankruptcy, or do I get debt consolidation loan and spend ten years paying off my debt?

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Debt Consolidation or Bankruptcy

Over the last decade Americans have accumulated excessive amounts of debt. Partially fueled by low interest rates and increased equity on houses due to real estate markets driving prices high up. Excessive spending and no financial responsibility often lead to » Read the rest

Debt Consolidation Loan With Bad Credit

Debts, Debts and more Debts? Taken lot of debts…??? Facing problem in managing your monthly payments and you budget? Or facing trouble in getting loans with bad credit?

Here is the solution – Debt Consolidation Loans with bad credit.

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Debt Consolidation Loan Possibilities Abound

Debt has a way of piling up in a sneaky way. Many consumers think that they are wisely managing their money until the day comes when they realize that they are way too deep in debt. The average U.S. household » Read the rest

Debt Consolidation And Bankruptcy

People refinance mainly due to debt consolidation only. The equity is used to reduce their monthly payments. Many people are not able to pay their debt repayments in due time. The late fees and other penalties only increase the debt. » Read the rest

Lower Minimum Payments of Credit Card with Debt Consolidation

After the recent economic depression, credit card has become a part and parcel of everyday life in the U.S. Conversely, credit card companies are incessantly raising the interest rates, lowering spending limits and increasing minimum payments, due to which people » Read the rest

Bankruptcy Attorney Tampa Florida

Thomas A. Nanna is a bankruptcy attorney in Tampa Florida.  He has extensive bankruptcy experience and appears exclusively in bankruptcy court. Mr. Nanna is Board Certified by the American Board of Certification in consumer bankruptcy law. He is also » Read the rest

Bankruptcy in San Diego California

Common Questions Asked When Filing Bankruptcy in San Diego – Southern District of California

DISCLAIMER – It should be noted that although bankruptcy is Federal Law there are many distinctions that exist between different states and jurisdictions. Many jurisdictions have » Read the rest

How Bankruptcy Affects Alimony and Child Support

According to the American Bankruptcy Institute, consumer bankruptcy filings for the first half of 2010 reached the highest level since 2005, when the new bankruptcy laws went into effect to stem the tide of filings five years ago.

Overall, consumer

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