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If you are facing foreclosure, please use the links on this page to learn more about the foreclosure process, how you can avoid it, and how you can protect yourself from scams.
Things to Consider Before Filing Bankruptcy
If you have found yourself under such financial constraints that you feel bankruptcy is your only way out, it is important to understand how bankruptcy may affect your life before you make a decision to file. It is also important to consider alternatives to bankruptcy that may relieve some of your financial stress. This page provides you with access to information you need to make an informed decision about bankruptcy. As always, it is important to discuss your options with a bankruptcy attorney before making any major decisions about your financial situation.
Credit Repair Info
If you have bad credit, you are probably being inundated with offers from companies that say they will help you repair your credit. During this time, it is important to understand how credit repair works so that you can distinguish credible offers from scams. Use the links on this page to learn more about how to repair your credit and how a bankruptcy attorney can help you through these difficult times.
A Brief Look at the Foreclosure Process
If you are facing foreclosure, it is important to get informed. Being informed may enable you to find ways that you can get into a new home and protect your credit before it’s too late (see Foreclosure Relief Options). Below is a brief description of the foreclosure process so that you know what to expect should you face foreclosure at some point in the future (Note: foreclosure laws and time periods vary from state to state): As soon as you miss your first mortgage payment, your lender may initiate the foreclosure process. Phone calls and demand letters usually start at
As more and more Americans face financial hardship, more and more Americans are filing for bankruptcy. And just as the number of bankruptcies being filed has risen in recent years, so too, has the number of bankruptcy fraud cases. Bankruptcy fraud occurs whenever a debtor seeks to deceive the court in an attempt to have