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Recently posted questions and answers:
can anyone got bankrupt? or do you guys decide that. i know there are always repayment options but if they make things just too tight and stretch out too long would it be quicker to start rebuilding my credit again by going through and filing for bankruptcy?
I have a line of credit debt that I cannot pay off , was widowed and lost job in 2013 and now find I am almost out of pension and no where to turn. Is this something you can help me with or advise? That is the only debt owing, all credit cards are paid off.
I currently have credit card debt of $35000.00 + and although I never miss a payment I can not get it paid down. I have gone to the banks for help but because my debt ratio is too high they won't help me. My car is paid off and i don't own a house. I am in a common law relationship but the mortgage is in his name. I want to get this debt paid off but don't know how. Is this something I could discuss at a free consultation?
I'm a 22 year old who has about $10,000 worth of credit card debt. Whats my best option? I've learned the hard way and now I'm struggling to pay the cards off. Especially where I am trying to finish up school so I can start my career.
I have a student loan I am finding hard to pay back. When looking at a loan while considering bankruptcy,how does it work. Is each individual year looked at or is it the entire amount of time? For example if a couple years are over 7 years old and others are not, are the older ones removed and the others remain?
Hi, my husband has been off work with a broken leg and ankle. We are not sure when he is going to be back to work. We are trying to sell our house with no luck. We have a cosigner on the loan and would like to know if this will affect him if we go bankrupt? We have a debt management plan also that we are behind in.
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