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The 3 Worst Things to Do Before You Declare Bankruptcy

If you’ve decided to declare bankruptcy, I hope you’ve talked to a professional and you have all your ducks in a row. But if not…you may be unaware of a few very important aspects of bankruptcy. First, it’s a real legal process. You can’t just fly by the seat of your pants and fumble your […]

Post-Bankruptcy: When is My Name Removed from the Deed?

Once you’ve filed for Chapter 7 bankruptcy and received your discharge of debts, your mortgage lender’s attorneys could still contact you even if you included your home in your bankruptcy. Such letters will often urge you to contact the lender for options: loan modification, short sale, deed-in-lieu of foreclosure, forbearance, repayment, etc. If you find […]