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Buy a car to rebuild credit post-bankruptcy?
It's important to rebuild your credit after bankruptcy, but make sure to do it the right way.
Should I take out loan to file bankruptcy?
Incurring more debt to get rid of debt could be trouble once you get to court.
File bankruptcy to get out from under car loan?
There are options besides bankruptcy when you are underwater on your car loan.
Can you dismiss bankruptcy to sell home?
Getting a bankruptcy dismissed will take time, making it tough to sell a home.
Is a trust safe in bankruptcy?
Determining if a trust is untouchable depends on the type of trust and who the beneficiary is.
Getting unsecured credit cards after bankruptcy
Rebuilding your credit will take time, but there are some ways to get started on the right path.
After bankruptcy, do I owe on 2nd mortgage?
You can't be sued after Chapter 7 for your second mortgage, but pay up to avoid other issues.
Can you file Ch. 13 bankruptcy if you own a home?
Just because you own a home doesn't mean you can't file for a "fresh start" bankruptcy.
Getting name off mortgage post-bankruptcy
Your mortgage debt was discharged after bankruptcy, but you need your name off the title.
Will bankruptcy save my home from foreclosure?
Without decent income and your home in foreclosure, keeping lenders at bay will be tough.
File bankruptcy to get off mortgage with ex?
You might be divorced, but getting your name off an old mortgage with your ex isn't easy.
Which bills help rebuild your credit?
Think your monthly bills, such as cellphone and utilities, help your credit? Think again.
What can creditors take in a bankruptcy?
When filing Chapter 7, you must disclose all assets, but it doesn't mean you can't keep some.
Do bankruptcy creditors want personal assets?
Don't worry much about losing personal items in bankruptcy. You'll be OK in most states.
Protect home by filing Chapter 7?
Mounting debts from job loss are tough. Know when to file bankruptcy so it doesn't hurt you.
Bankruptcy will allow trustee to sell mom's home
Don't want to deal with selling your mom's house? A trustee will if you file bankruptcy.
Can senior protect savings with bankruptcy?
For older people in debt, bankruptcy may not even be an option if they have too much saved.
Pay debt when ex files bankruptcy after divorce?
If your ex ignores the divorce decree and files bankruptcy anyway, will court be worth it?
Keep paying ex-spouse for debt?
Just because your ex filed bankruptcy doesn't necessarily mean you're off the hook for the debt.
Rebuild credit history with bankruptcy?
Old credit blunders are in the past. Work on building your present credit history for the future.
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