What Happens If You Miss A Payment In A Chapter 13 Filing?
10 May 2016
A key part of a Chapter 13 bankruptcy is the repayment plan. If you fail to make your payments as agreed, you could suffer harsh financial consequences. If you are currently on a repayment plan, here is what you need to know.
What Are the Consequences of Missing Payments?
The repayment plan in a Chapter 13 bankruptcy is based on how much you can reasonably afford after paying essentials, such as your mortgage.
What You Should Know About Bankruptcy And Foreclosure
29 April 2016
If you are currently struggling financially, you might be at risk of foreclosure. When you go through foreclosure, you lose your home due to being behind on your mortgage payments. If you are also going to file for bankruptcy due to the same financial issues, it might actually be able to stall the foreclosure and help you turn things around before it is too late. Here are some things to know about bankruptcy and foreclosure.
Ways To Improve Credit After Bankruptcy So You Can Get Loans And Credit Faster
27 April 2016
Filing Chapter 7 bankruptcy can be a huge help if you are in debt, and this filing will remain on your credit report for 10 years. While this is a long time, you should know that this does not mean you will not be able to get credit lines or loans for the entire time. Here are several things you can do to help improve your credit score after bankruptcy so you can get approved for a credit card or loan faster.
Increasing Your Chances Of Discharging Your Student Loans Through Bankruptcy
25 April 2016
Students loans have a reputation for being nearly impossible to discharge--even through bankruptcy--and so most individuals do not even bother to try. In reality, however, studies have shown that as much as 40 percent of the only .1 percent of all student loan holders who sought to have their loans lowered or eliminated succeeded, meaning nearly half of those who applied had their burden lessened. If you truly do not have the ability to pay your loans and can demonstrate this hardship, it may be worth your time to have your case examined by a bankruptcy attorney.