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Filing bankruptcy can affect your assets in a variety of ways. It all depends on the specific asset, the amount, if any, owed on that asset, and the type of bankruptcy you choose. Cars and Homes Most people do not lose their vehicles or homes in a Chapter 7 filing of bankruptcy. You should do...
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By Herald Staff In August, lenders completed 566 foreclosures in Massachusetts — the lowest monthly level recorded so far this year, according to real estate industry tracker The Warren Group. The figures mark the third consecutive month of year-over-year foreclosure deed decreases and the lowest number of completed foreclosures in any month since February 2011,...
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Completing a personal bankruptcy checklist prior to filing for bankruptcy can be an overwhelming. Navigating the petition can, however, is made much easier if it’s remembered that the information required in the petition can be divided into several easy-to-understand categories of figures. Assets A debtor’s bankruptcy filing has to list all assets so the extent...
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When debtors realize that they have more debt than income and it begins to feel as if there’s no way out, it’s time to consider financial freedom through personal bankruptcy. There are a lot of different things to consider when filing for bankruptcy, such as the chapter that will help the debtor most and the...
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By Ira Kantor Monday, August 13, 2012 Nationwide bankruptcy filings fell sharply in the first six months of 2012 to 627,000, compared to 725,000 for the same period last year, according to a report issued today by CreditCards.com. In the Bay State, 9,118 people filed for bankruptcy in the first half of 2012, which represents...
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When overwhelming debt leads you to the point of considering bankruptcy, it is easy to become confused by the processes, terms and steps with a personal bankruptcy filing. That is the reason it is always advisable to hire an experienced Plymouth Bankruptcy Attorney to help you understand your options and handle the process of personal...
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Legal Services: Any person can file for bankruptcy themselves but the paperwork and process must be completed in a timely and detailed manner or your bankruptcy could be rejected. A Massachusetts bankruptcy attorney can make the process go much smoother and precisely by assisting in these areas: Counsel: When bankruptcy is a consideration, a debtor...
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While the national unemployment rate has dropped slightly, we still aren’t out of the woods. Even many who are working have fallen behind on payments, leading to risk of foreclosure. If you’re considering filing for Chapter 13 Bankruptcy to prevent foreclosure, here are a few things to consider first. Understanding Foreclosure Until your home is...
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Are your wages being garnished? If so, you are well aware of the stress that this situation causes. There was obviously not enough income to begin with or you wouldn’t have gotten behind on your payments but now that they are garnishing your wages this is certainly making the situation worse – not better. If...
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When making the critical decision to file for personal bankruptcy protection, there is a plethora of information available. In these days of the Internet, iPhones, and information about anything available with the dance of our fingers, it is always possible that we may not pick up on the best, or even accurate information. As with...
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