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Receiving an Inheritance Post-Bankruptcy

Bankruptcy in and of itself is a simple idea. It is the process by which a consumer applies for a discharge of debts due to severe financial strain. The complexity occurs when you realize that those consumers are people who are living their lives. They experience surprises, unplanned events, complications and unforeseen circumstances. One such …

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Purchasing a Vehicle Before Receiving Bankruptcy Discharge

There are many bankruptcy petitioners who fear the consequences wreaking havoc on their ability to have a vehicle and stay mobile. Bankruptcy laws may leave petitioners aware that they can’t keep the vehicle they have currently (for a number of different reasons), but equally aware that they will need a car to get around. This …

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Selling Your Property Inside an Active Bankruptcy

If you are considering both selling your house AND filing for bankruptcy, you should consider a few “bankruptcy” facts before moving forward. First, there are differences between the bankruptcy dismissal and the bankruptcy discharge. A bankruptcy discharge indicates that all debts are written off or paid in full. However, a bankruptcy dismissal indicates that you …

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Selling Your Property Inside an Active Bankruptcy

If you are considering both selling your house AND filing for bankruptcy, you should consider a few “bankruptcy” facts before moving forward. First, there are differences between the bankruptcy dismissal and the bankruptcy discharge. A bankruptcy discharge indicates that all debts are written off or paid in full. However, a bankruptcy dismissal indicates that you …

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Your Ex Gets a Bankruptcy Discharge, Are You Still Responsible for Paying as Agreed in the Divorce Decree?

You got divorced. Your final divorce decree separated your assets and your debt between you and your ex. Your ex removed your name from your joint accounts. The final divorce decree states that you need to pay your ex a certain amount per month or until the debt is paid off. Your ex declared bankruptcy …

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