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How to Discharge Private Student Loans In Bankruptcy!

It’s difficult for laypeople (and sometimes bankruptcy attorneys) to believe there are legal options to reduce student loan debt after hearing for years that “student loans are nondischargeable in bankruptcy”.  Well, this is not always true.  They can be discharged … Continue reading

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How Long After Bankruptcy Can I Buy A House?

  If you are wondering how long after bankruptcy can I buy a house? You are not alone.  Getting a mortgage after bankruptcy can seem to be a never-ending process. However, with the assistance of our mortgage experts, you can … Continue reading

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Discharging Debts in Bankruptcy

The ultimate goal of a consumer bankruptcy case is the discharge of debts. While a discharge can greatly improve your financial situation, it is not a magic eraser that wipes out all types of debts. The following are some frequently … Continue reading

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Bankruptcy Stops the Obamacare Tax Penalty for Going Without Insurance

Bankruptcy is a very useful thing.  Not only does it eliminate many types of consumer debt with the stroke of a pen, protect almost all of your assets, and put you on the path to rebuilding credit, but it also … Continue reading

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What Happens After Filing Bankruptcy?

One of the most common questions that I am asked as a Seattle bankruptcy attorney is what happens after filing bankruptcy?  This is a loaded question and how things transpire after filing bankruptcy will depend on each case individually however … Continue reading

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