Converting Chapter 13 Bankruptcy to Chapter 7

Converting Chapter 13 Bankruptcy to Chapter 7

When you and your Houston Bankruptcy Attorney file for Chapter 13 in Texas, you submit a Chapter 13 repayment plan. This financial reorganization plan takes into account how much excess income you earn every month that can be paid to creditors. The Chapter 13 repayment plan lasts anywhere from 3 to 5 years, which is  … Read more

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Medical Debt Continues to Cause Bankruptcy

Medical Debt Continues to Cause Bankruptcy

Medical debt has long been one of the leading causes of bankruptcy in Texas and every other state in the union. Medical debt can strike anyone at any time; Even individuals in high tax brackets who have insurance. AS the nation has pushed for universal healthcare that works for everyone, here is the latest on  … Read more

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Getting Help With Your Bankruptcy

Getting Help With Your Bankruptcy

Legally, you can file bankruptcy on your own. You can fill out the paperwork, file it with the clerk and represent yourself with the trustee, your creditors, and the bankruptcy judge. The question is, should you? You could spend hours combing over all the information you can find about how to fill out your forms  … Read more

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What Can I Keep During Bankruptcy?

What Can I Keep During Bankruptcy?

Often the first thing people wonder when they are thinking about filing bankruptcy is how much of their stuff they will have to give up. Keeping Assets In most cases, you will be able to keep your most essential assets such as your home, vehicle, furniture and personal property. Very often debtors who file bankruptcy  … Read more

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