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How are Debts Handled in Bankruptcy

Individuals who have been through the bankruptcy process are often happy to talk about their experiences. Usually this is not a bad thing, but sometimes it can lead to misinformation and unrealistic expectations. How...
















Many Americans Walking Edge of Financial Ruin

Recently Bankrate.com released a survey suggesting that many American adults are walking the edge of financial disaster. Bankrate surveyed more than 1,000 adults and discovered that 37% had credit card debt that equals...




Save Money Today

Many families who struggle to make ends meet talk about establishing a family budget and reducing expenses. Some suggest “sacrificing” and “tightening the belt” to save money. While admirable, sometimes it is not...




Statute of Limitations and Foreclosure

Every state has a statute of limitations for filing a foreclosure action. A statute of limitations is a state law that tells the lender that a foreclosure must be filed within a certain time after default on a...




Number of Bankruptcy Cases Drop

The total number of bankruptcy cases filed in the United States fell 14 percent from a year ago, according to a recent press release from Epiq Systems, Inc. Bankruptcy filings in January 2015 totaled 59,037 compared to...