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Bankruptcy May Be Your Option

August 2015 Archives

How an automatic stay in bankruptcy can help you

The moment that you declare bankruptcy, something called an automatic stay kicks in. This means that creditors must immediately stop trying to collect from you. The automatic stay can be very beneficial for people struggling with debt, though it does have some limitations.

Rebuilding your credit after falling behind on bills

Getting behind happens but, even though it is a common occurrence with people in Oklahoma, the hit taken by your credit score often adds insult to injury. A good credit score is a reflection of positive financial stability. A bad score is, well, bad. Bringing it back up to great levels may seem like a monumental task, but it is simpler to achieve than you would think. Experts agree that having a decent score is important. If you are finding yourself stuck with a not so satisfactory score, consider these tips for bringing it back up to top levels.

Chapter 13 payment plan may help manage student loan debt

Many posts have been written about the difficulty of discharging student loan debt in bankruptcy including recently on our site. The undue hardship test for totally erasing a student loan debt is a difficult hill to climb. But other options may be available, if not to discharge the debt, at least to manage it.

Bankruptcy is available for people of all walks of life

It is a common misapprehension that people who must consider making use of bankruptcy protection do so because they are destitute. While in some situations it is certainly possible that by the time an individual files a petition in bankruptcy court he or she has little or no cash or other assets left, there are many situations in which people with considerable financial means may still resort to it.

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