Handling Three Potential Issues When Filing Chapter 7 Bankruptcy

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You may run into one of these three issues when filing chapter 7 bankruptcy. There are ways to handle each one so your bankruptcy can be successfully discharged. 1. Nuisance Filing on Your Record If you filed bankruptcy twice in one year but the first time your case was dismissed because you failed to do all the requirements (such as completing the credit counseling class), when you file the second time a judge could lift the automatic stay within 30 days on your creditors.…

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How To Keep Your Home Through A Bankruptcy

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Are you trying to keep your home even though you’re in debt? A chapter 7 bankruptcy or a chapter 13 bankruptcy could potentially help you avoid losing your home. Most people assume that they will lose their property when undergoing the process of bankruptcy but this isn’t necessarily true. Depending on your state laws, you may be able to keep your home and declare bankruptcy to dissolve or restructure your debts at the same time.…

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How To Fight A Failure To Comply Issue With Social Security Disability

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You can be denied future social security disability payments if you are found to have failed to comply with your medical treatments. Failure to comply can include a variety of issues: you could avoid taking your medication, not show up for appointments or fail to meet with your doctor on a regular basis. A failure to comply is considered problematic because it may indicate that person is trying to stay on disability for a longer period of time.…

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