Bankruptcy Chapter 7

Missed Bankruptcy Payments? Can Creditors Resume Collection in This Case?

Living beyond limits, using credit cards frequently can land you in huge debt. In such a case, people often find bankruptcy to be a great way out of debts. Chapter 13 bankruptcy offers debtors a chance to stop collection action while repaying some portion of their debt through a court mediated repayment plan. This plan is developed based on the disposable income of the bankruptcy filer. Disposable income puts certain financial restrictions on the debtor, eliminating all unnecessary expenses to accommodate the repayment plan. However, inform Dallas based bankruptcy law firm Recovery Law Group, people sometimes end up [...]

2019-09-12T12:45:26+00:00

Is Chapter 7 Bankruptcy Your Best Bet to Get Rid of Debts?

Call: 888-297-6203 Money comes, money goes. The saying best describes the monetary situation of most people. There is no dearth of individuals who are struggling to make ends meet. You will hardly find someone who has not faced money problems in their life. If you are currently going through a bad financial phase and have accumulated a large amount of debt, then, bankruptcy might be a way out. However, there are various chapters of bankruptcy and it might be a bit too much for a layman to understand which chapter will work best for them. According to Dallas [...]

2019-09-10T13:23:43+00:00

Why Do People File for Chapter 7 Bankruptcy?

Call: 888-297-6203 Owing someone something is one of the worst things. Nobody likes to be reminded of this fact. Being in debt is all this and more since the creditors are always at your door asking for their dues. For people who have amassed a large debt, a bankruptcy filing is probably the best way out. Individual debtors have the option of filing under Chapter 7 or Chapter 13 bankruptcy; however, Chapter 7 is probably the preferred choice for almost all debtors. According to Dallas based bankruptcy law firm Recovery Law Group, the top reasons why people choose [...]

2019-09-10T13:23:32+00:00

Everything You Wanted to Know About Bankruptcy

Every now and then, individual and businesses go overboard with their expenditure. This might result in them going under. Bankruptcy is a legal way to get rid of the entire amount or some portions of the debt. However, there are long term effects of filing for bankruptcy, the major being, bankruptcy remains on your credit report for 7 to 10 years depending on which chapter you filed under. This may adversely affect your ability to get a loan at a favorable rate, open credit card accounts, etc. Since bankruptcy is a complex process involving lots of paperwork, it [...]

2019-08-29T13:11:18+00:00

Need to File Bankruptcy a Second Time? Here’s an Overview of Both Chapters for Your Assistance

Financial problems can hit anyone anytime. However, there is no guarantee that despite your best efforts you might not hit a rough patch again. Many people are often confused that if they have opted for bankruptcy earlier to get rid of their debts, are they eligible to file for bankruptcy again? According to Dallas based bankruptcy law firm Recovery Law Group lawyers, if an individual has had a bankruptcy discharge previously, a certain time period is necessary before they can file for bankruptcy again. The various options available to people who have previously filed for bankruptcy are: If an [...]

2019-08-29T09:25:51+00:00

Paying off Chapter 13 Debts Earlier

The financial situation sometimes can get better with time and it so can happen that you have been halfway through your Chapter 13 repayment plan duration only to realize that your financial situation is a lot better now. In such circumstances, it is very tempting to pay off all pending Chapter 13 payments in advance and get rid of the cycle. However, it is not one of the most beneficial attempts as you might end up owing more to the lenders as creditors are entitled to all or most of the disposable income. As the disposable income increases, [...]

2019-07-29T09:55:04+00:00

Is it Possible for a Legal Citizen (noncitizen) to file for a Bankruptcy?

It is possible for a legal citizen (not a US Citizen) to file for bankruptcy, but you must check with your attorney before doing so, to ensure that it is not affecting your citizenship application in any way. To find out in details regarding how to file, contact Bankruptcy attorney at 888-297-6203 or Recovery Law Group. Legal Residents are Eligible to File for bankruptcy If you are a Legal Resident (noncitizen) and reside in the United States or have a domicile or a business in the United States, then you can file for bankruptcy as any other citizen [...]

2019-07-29T09:55:31+00:00

An Overview of Chapter 7 Bankruptcy Process

If you are looking to file for bankruptcy, Los Angeles based bankruptcy law firm Recovery Law Group, suggests Chapter 7 as one of the best ways to get rid of your debts, provided you are able to qualify for the same. A typical Chapter 7 bankruptcy process consists of six steps: You are required to complete a mandatory credit counseling course before you file your bankruptcy papers. This can be one either online or by phone. You need to fill your bankruptcy forms. These are available online. Along with the forms you are expected to provide a list [...]

2019-07-24T09:29:22+00:00

Child support and Bankruptcy

Child support is one of the most priority or preferential payments in the eyes of law. One might be able to evade all kinds of secured/unsecured loans but getting away with child support is probably the most difficult task no matter how poor or bankrupt you may be. One more debt that comes in this category is student loans. Students could complete graduation and apply for bankruptcy then and get away with any sort of student loan on their name. This is the primary reason why Student loan has been excluded. Similarly in the case of child support, [...]

2019-07-11T10:37:08+00:00

Why Do You Need Legal Guidance for Filing Chapter 7 Bankruptcy in Los Angeles?

Sometimes, debt reorganization, repayment plans, etc. are not enough to get rid of the overwhelming debt accumulated by people. For such individuals, Chapter 7 bankruptcy is the only solution available. This type of bankruptcy is also known as liquidation bankruptcy, wherein the non-exempt property of the individual is sold off and the money so generated is distributed among creditors. After this, lawyers of Los Angeles based law firm Recovery Law Group clarify that any remaining debts are discharged. Considering the complexity of cases, it is vital that you consult adept bankruptcy lawyers to help you out in Chapter [...]

2019-05-20T09:43:59+00:00
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