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Does Filing for Bankruptcy Keep Broken Leases Off Your Credit Report?

When you file for bankruptcy, you receive an automatic stay, which requires that any and all creditors stop contacting you in order to seek payment on debts. When you receive your bankruptcy discharge, all eligible debts included in the bankruptcy filing are no longer your liability. These are two of the most common benefits of …

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Bankruptcy Alternatives: Can I Transfer the Liability of an Auto Loan?

People will do a lot to avoid filing for bankruptcy. And as an experienced southern California bankruptcy attorney, I am in full agreement. It’s always best to do everything you can to take care of your debt and financial liabilities without filing for bankruptcy. Filing for bankruptcy is a legal protection for those who simply …

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Does a Quit Claim Deed Provide Release from a Mortgage Note?

Being an adult is hard sometimes. And one of those times occurs when there’s a shortage of money, relationships have ended, property has been divided (theoretically) and someone is filing bankruptcy. In some cases, it can seem like you’re being pressured from all sides to do something that you don’t even understand. One such situation …

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Does a Quit Claim Deed Provide Release from a Mortgage Note?

Being an adult is hard sometimes. And one of those times occurs when there’s a shortage of money, relationships have ended, property has been divided (theoretically) and someone is filing bankruptcy. In some cases, it can seem like you’re being pressured from all sides to do something that you don’t even understand. One such situation …

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Hanging Onto Your House When Filing Chapter 7 Bankruptcy

The main concern of many bankruptcy petitioners is their home. They know that bankruptcy is their best (or only) means of solving their financial situation, but they don’t want to lose their house. Many are willing to go to extreme measures not to lose their home. Consider this real life example: Jane McCadden is considering …

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HOA’s and Bankruptcy: Past Due HOA Dues

The Homeowners’ Association: some love them, some hate them, some put up with them as a necessary evil. Regardless of how or why you ended up in a community that charges homeowners’ association dues or fees, they aren’t something to dismiss out of hand. In fact, ignoring the payment of regularly due homeowners’ association fees …

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