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Creditor Calls and Wage Garnishing Halted When Filing Bankruptcy

There Is Hope When You File Bankruptcy in Minnesota Filing bankruptcy can be scary. Debtors are often concerned the bankruptcy filing will become public and they will be deemed to be of poor moral character. Neither of these concerns should … Continue reading

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What Should I Say When A Creditor Calls?

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(Video) Common Creditor Objections To A Chapter 7 Discharge

With most unsecured debts in Chapter 7 Bankruptcy, there is a presumption in favor of discharging the debt in bankruptcy. The presumption in favor of discharging the debt in Chapter 7 Bankruptcy goes against the back drop of a creditor’s … Continue reading

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Equitable Subordination of a Creditors Secured Claim when such Secured Creditor is, itself, in

In a majority opinion dated December 15, 2009, the Ninth Circuit Bankruptcy Appellate Panel held that a chapter 11 debtor may not equitably subordinate a creditors claim and transfer the lien securing that claim, when such creditor is, itself, in bankruptcy, before … Continue reading

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Your Rights Against Creditor Harassment

Facing overdue debts is stressful enough without harassing behavior by creditors and the debt collection agencies they employ. Both Texas and federal law protect consumers from debt collection harassment. Unfortunately, debt collectors still use aggressive practices that cross legal boundaries. … Continue reading

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