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What Happens When You Miss a Chapter 13 Bankruptcy Payment?

A Chapter 13 bankruptcy is often referred to as a reorganization bankruptcy. It allows people who see a regular income to create a plan to repay all or a designated part of their debt through the bankruptcy court and the assistance of a bankruptcy trustee. Under the Chapter 13 bankruptcy, the debtor can propose a …

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Can a Chapter 13 Bankruptcy Payment be Deferred?

When you declare Chapter 13 bankruptcy, the bankruptcy court determines a set pay schedule for a pre-determined amount of time. In cases where unforeseen events cause major dips and dives in the income of bankruptcy filers post-bankruptcy, they can come up against a major problem: the inability to make the Chapter 13 payment. In this …

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Southern California Bankruptcy: How Exactly Does this Work?

Filing bankruptcy is intended as a protection for consumers from overwhelming debt. It seems simple at the outset, but it’s like having a house built. If you’ve never done it before, it seems like a simple concept. You look at them and then decide which one you like best and hire the builder to complete …

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“Working a Deal” with your Mortgage Lender Post-Bankruptcy

In some situations, a mortgage lender will get in touch with a homeowner years after they filed for Chapter 13 bankruptcy suggesting that they “work a deal.” Is it possible to work a deal with your mortgage lender post-bankruptcy? The quick answer is yes! It sounds like an appropriate time to apply for a loan …

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Bankruptcy and Home Loans: What’s the Best Way to Save Your Home?

While divorce and separation are often caused by financial trouble, they can also lead to financial trouble. For instance, who keeps the house? Who makes the payments on the house? Who benefits from all the payments already made on the house during the years the marriage was intact? What happens when one spouse refuses to …

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