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Can An Emergency Bankruptcy Be Filed To Stop A Foreclosure?

An emergency bankruptcy (sometimes referred to as a skeleton bankruptcy) can be filed to stop a foreclosure, however it is not a good idea to wait to the last minute to stop a foreclosure for a number of reasons. First,  the changes … Continue reading

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Myth No. 3: Credit Card Debts Can No Longer Be Discharged In A Bankruptcy.

One of the misconceptions some clients have is that credit card debts can no longer be discharged in a Bankruptcy. This myth comes from changes in the Bankruptcy Code from when the Bankruptcy Abuse Prevention and Consumer Protection Act (BAPCPA) was … Continue reading

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Myth No. 1: You Can No Longer File For Bankruptcy.

Since the bankruptcy laws were changed in October of 2005 I have had several clients that were told they could no longer file for Bankruptcy. This is simply untrue, but with almost four years since the changes in the bankruptcy … Continue reading

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