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Steps To Get Lien Off A Title After Bankruptcy

Call: 888-297-6203 According to bankruptcy lawyers of Dallas based law firm (https://www.recoverylawgroup.com/bankruptcy/), you can either get your debts reaffirmed i.e. continue paying for them or get them discharged. Sometimes, lenders might contact the court prior to a bankruptcy filing and have a judgment against you. Sometimes, this might result in a lien against your property. When this happens, the property cannot be sold or transferred utill the lien is removed. Sometimes, even after getting the debts discharged through bankruptcy, you might still have a lien on the property. If this happens, you need to follow these steps to [...]

2022-06-15T03:55:35+00:00

How To Get A Mortgage After Bankruptcy?

Call: 888-297-6203 Getting a mortgage after bankruptcy is difficult. However, if you control your finances and improve your credit history, there are chances that you can get a home loan if you are selective about applying for it. Lawyers of Los Angeles law firm (https://www.recoverylawgroup.com/bankruptcy/) say, that it might be sooner than later. Affect of bankruptcy on your credit score Once you opt for bankruptcy, you should know that it stays on your credit report for 10 years; sometimes even longer if the loan was for more than $150,000. Your credit score is affected by this as well [...]

2022-06-14T06:04:09+00:00

Chapter 13 Or Wage Earner Plan

Call: 888-297-6203 The wage-earner plan is a nickname given to Chapter 13 bankruptcy. The reason to give this name to the chapter 13 bankruptcy is due to the characteristics of the bankruptcy chapter. Unlike Chapter 7, Chapter 13 focuses on clearing as much as debt possible using a reliable source of income through the next 3-5 years. The tenure depends on the debt and the disposable income. There is a misconception that a wage-earner plan does not result in a discharge. However, there can be a discharge if the future disposable income isn’t sufficient to repay some of [...]

2022-06-02T04:50:15+00:00

Eviction From Rented Property And Bankruptcy

Call: 888-297-6203 Bankruptcy can assist in safeguarding home and preventing home foreclosures. But what happens when a filer is in a rented property? This is a tricky question and a very common one across potential bankruptcy filers. If you are current on your rents, then it shouldn’t be an issue to prevent eviction from your home or an apartment. But if you are not, then the landlord has every right to pursue a possession and eviction judgment from respective authorities. Bankruptcy has different consequences depending on whether a landlord has achieved a judgment of eviction and possession or [...]

2022-05-31T06:04:33+00:00

All That You Need To Know About An Automatic Stay

Call: 888-297-6203 When an individual file for bankruptcy, an automatic stay is automatically put into effect. With the help of the stay, the debtor is no longer harassed by the creditors in terms of wage garnishment or collection calls. However, this is only temporary and can be pleaded by the creditors to be lifted as well. The function and working of an automatic stay An automatic stay is recognized under section 362 of the United States Bankruptcy Code. The filer does not need to apply for this separately. When they file for bankruptcy, it gets into effect automatically. [...]

2022-06-08T05:31:49+00:00

What Happens After Bankruptcy?

Call: 888-297-6203 Bankruptcy can be a nightmare or a relief after nightmare for many. There are a few important events that occur after bankruptcy. Such events can be listed as follows- Liquidating or preventing the liquidation of assets The first step after bankruptcy is to either prevent the assets from liquidation or to notify the lenders/bankruptcy trustee to liquidate the assets. If the bankruptcy filer must prevent an asset from being liquidated, this is the critical moment to do so, or it can be liquidated, or the lien might be exercised by the lender on the same. For [...]

2022-06-01T07:33:15+00:00

Bankruptcy: Things To Know

Call: 888-297-6203 Bankruptcy is a very popular topic today. Not favorable but not avoidable as well sometimes. There could be multiple views about bankruptcy as a means of escaping debt, misusing it to discharge debts, etc., it sometimes is a big-time savior for many poor people. Here are a few important things to know about bankruptcy- Bankruptcy has big long-term impacts that can range up to 10 years hence, it is essential to thoroughly evaluate all alternate options before opting for bankruptcy. If you need help in evaluating bankruptcy and its alternatives do not hesitate to dial 888-297-6203 [...]

2022-06-08T04:47:44+00:00

Impact Of Chapter 7 Bankruptcy On Your Tax Return

Call: 888-297-6203 Chapter 7 bankruptcy can have a significant impact on your personal income tax return. Before filing bankruptcy, it is important to note the status of your federal income tax return, whether you owe taxes or you are expecting a refund or any other financial aspect associated with your federal income tax return. If you are filing for bankruptcy, it is essential to disclose all the tax return-related information in the respective schedules and statements appropriately to minimize any errors. Things to keep in mind while filing for Chapter 7 bankruptcy Firstly, the bankruptcy filer must be [...]

2022-05-31T05:30:11+00:00

Impact Of Bankruptcy On Credit Score

Call: 888-297-6203 Bankruptcy can have several impacts some good some not so great. The good can be relief from the pestering lenders for recouping their investment, some discharge, some new starts on a clean slate, and what not. However, the biggest drawback in bankruptcy is with respect to the credit score. A credit score is hurt significantly during bankruptcy. The impact can depend on chapter 7 or chapter 13 and the net discharged amount. The higher the amount discharged, the bigger damage it leads to the credit score. To know more about the flaws and advantages of bankruptcy [...]

2022-06-01T06:13:36+00:00

What Happens To Alimony And Child Support Debts During Bankruptcy?

Call: 888-297-6203 Discharge of debts is one of the most lucrative aspects of bankruptcy. Many businesses as well as individuals consider bankruptcy to discharge their debts. However, for most people discharge of debts is a significant relief in times of extreme distress. If you have debts or liabilities with respect to alimony or child support, you might be disappointed to learn that such debts cannot be discharged during bankruptcy. However, the other dischargeable debts once qualified can be discharged making way for easier repayments of alimony and child support. To know more about non-dischargeable debts, log on to [...]

2022-05-31T05:17:29+00:00
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