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  • Am I liable when a co-debtor files bankruptcy on a debt we both signed for?
    Am I liable when a co-debtor files bankruptcy on a debt we both signed for?

    Co-debtor liability can create confusion in situations where one debtor files a bankruptcy case and the other debtor does not. If the co-debtor files a Chapter 13 bankruptcy case, there is what's ...

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  • Can I File a Bankruptcy Case if I am Hearing Impaired?
    Can I File a Bankruptcy Case if I am Hearing Impaired?

    The answer to this question is YES. The United States Bankruptcy Courts are in full compliance with The Americans With Disabilities Act. When a hearing impaired person files a bankruptcy case, the ...

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  • Can I Discharge a Student Loan
    Can I Discharge a Student Loan

    In most cases, you cannot discharge a student loan. Although the subject is more complicated in some instances than can be covered in a blog post, there are cases where the debtor can discharge a ...

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  • What Happens When I Have a Car Accident While in a Chapter 13 ?
    What Happens When I Have a Car Accident While in a Chapter 13 ?

    Claim for Property Damage to Vehicle If you are a debtor in a Chapter 13 bankruptcy case and are involved in a motor vehicle accident, there are two major issues that your attorney will have to ...

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  • How Can I Stop My Creditors from Contacting Me?
    How Can I Stop My Creditors from Contacting Me?

    One of the most frequently asked questions is “when will my creditors stop calling me?” The answer to that question is once your bankruptcy case has been filed. Once the bankruptcy case has been filed ...

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  • How Can I Pay May Legal Fees If They Are Due Before My Chapter 7 Case is Filed ?
    How Can I Pay May Legal Fees If They Are Due Before My Chapter 7 Case is Filed ?

    Payment Plan Whenever a client is determined to be eligible to file a Chapter 7 bankruptcy case, the issue of legal fees must be discussed. The 11th Circuit Court of Appeals has ruled that the ...

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