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Divorcing While In a Joint Chapter 13 Bankruptcy

Going Your Separate Ways—In Chapter 13 Bankruptcy [caption id="attachment_2295" align="aligncenter" width="300"] Image by Jennifer Pahlka, courtesy of Wikimedia Commons[/caption] A Chapter 13 bankruptcy is a 3-5 year "payment plan" in which you...

How Do I Redeem a Car in Chapter 7 Bankruptcy?

Vehicle Redemption in Chapter 7 Bankruptcy: Pay Only What the Car Is Worth Retaining Property Securing Debts in Chapter 7 When you file a Chapter 7 bankruptcy, you  must include in your bankruptcy petition a document called a "Statement of...

Why You Shouldn't Hire a Cheap Bankruptcy Attorney

Does Cheaper Mean Better?  It's a fact that here, in the Detroit area of Michigan, a person seeking legal representation for a potential bankruptcy filing has many options available to them. Classifieds websites daily feature advertisements by...

Are My Co-Signers Affected by My Bankruptcy?

Your Credit Report & Their Liability Your bankruptcy is your own bankruptcy and not anyone else's. Thus, your bankruptcy will not affect the credit of any co-signers you may have (see our Bankruptcy Myths page for more about co-signers and...
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