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Considering Chapter 13 Bankruptcy? Five Things You Need to Know

In Texas, filing for bankruptcy requires a clear understanding of the different aspects of the process. You need to understand how Chapter 13 is different from Chapter 7. In Chapter 13 bankruptcy in Texas, you create a plan for repaying your debts and turn it over to the bankruptcy court. Regular installment payments will need

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What Does Declaring Chapter 7 Bankruptcy Entail?
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What Does Declaring Chapter 7 Bankruptcy Entail?

If you’re struggling to control your financial situation, you aren’t alone. According to a CNBC report, the average American carries $90,460 in debt. Thousands of individuals have trouble making minimum payments on their bills each month, leading their debt to spiral out of control. Declaring Chapter 7 bankruptcy is sometimes the most practical solution for

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With texting and email services that can be used anywhere with a smartphone and an internet connection, there are fewer legitimate phone calls than there used to be. In fact, you might receive more bogus calls on your cell phone than actual people you know. A call that shows up as coming from another state

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Judgment Liens Simplified

In many judgments for civil cases, the party ordered to pay money does not have the means to immediately pay the ordered amount. So, what might the judgment creditor do to ensure the judgment debtor pays the money?

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How to Stop Robocalls

With texting and email services that can be used anywhere with a smartphone and an internet connection, there are fewer legitimate phone calls than there used to be. In fact, you might receive more bogus calls on your cell phone than actual people you know. A call that shows up as coming from another state

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What is Bankruptcy?

Bankruptcy is a legal proceeding involving a person or business that is unable to repay their outstanding debts. The bankruptcy process begins with a petition filed by the debtor, which is most common, or on behalf of creditors, which is less common.

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What Are the Legal Implications of Property Repossession?

Unfortunately, with the current economic crisis, more and more people are struggling to meet some or all their monetary obligations, and property repossessions in Texas are on the rise. Will I Get an Advance Notice? Under Texas law, if you miss even one payment, repo agents can seize your car the next day if the

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