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Can My Bankruptcy Discharge Be Revoked?

If you’re eliminating debt through bankruptcy, understand the guidelines and when court can make the decision to revoke your bankruptcy discharge. When you file for bankruptcy, you can also apply for a bankruptcy discharge, which releases you from liability for certain debts. A discharge offers debtors a huge relief because […]

Bankruptcy and Student Loans: Can They Be Discharged?

Whether you’re filing for chapter 7 or chapter 13, explore bankruptcy and student loans and the only exception when they can be discharged. California students face a collective student loan debt of $131.2 billion. That averages $34,681 per borrower. For many, this is a financial inconvenience as they start their […]

Do You Really Need a Bankruptcy Attorney? Here’s What a Lawyer Can Do for You

Do you really need a bankruptcy attorney? And if so, why? We explain how having a lawyer during this time is beneficial to your situation. Filing for bankruptcy is possible without an attorney. At the same time, filing without representation isn’t necessarily a good idea – that’s why consumers used […]

3 Things You Need to Do After Filing for Bankruptcy

What can you do after bankruptcy to help you start getting back on track? Here are three essential tasks you need to do immediately after filing for bankruptcy. During a 12-year period between the years of 2005 and 2017, approximately 12.8 million people in the U.S. filed a consumer bankruptcy […]