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financing options after bankruptcy

Some people think that after you file for bankruptcy that they won't be able to qualify for any sort of credit for many years. Is this true? Would it be possible to purchase a car with an auto loan or get a mortgage for a house? I put together this blog to provide others with the information that I have worked hard to find. As I started the bankruptcy process, I was very worried about what it meant for my financial future. Fortunately, I have recovered and have learned a lot along the way. Hopefully, this information will prove helpful for you.


Bankruptcy Might Help You Get Your Driver’s License Back If You Lost It For Financial Reasons

14 October 2015
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If you lost your driver's license for bouncing a check or failing to pay a traffic fine, child support, student loan, or court judgment, a bankruptcy filing may help you get your driver's license back. It does depend on the state laws where you reside and the reason your driver's license was suspended. Here are 5 examples of how a bankruptcy filing can help you get back on the road again, legally, and a few other things to consider before you file. Read More …

How Could The Supreme Court’s Recent Decision Affect Your Chapter 13 Bankruptcy Conversion?

12 October 2015
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If you're struggling with unmanageable debt -- so much that you can barely afford to cover the minimum payments on your credit cards, or have multiple accounts that have gone into collection -- you may be wondering whether bankruptcy is your best option. Often, a Chapter 13 repayment plan may seem more appealing than a Chapter 7 discharge, particularly if you have some high-value items you don't wish to have repossessed. Read More …

Parkinson’s And Disability Benefits: Understanding The Application Process And What To Expect

29 September 2015
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Holding down steady work can be virtually impossible when you have Parkinson's, but that doesn't mean you have to accept a life of difficulty and poverty. If your condition is severe enough to keep you from working, you can apply for social security benefits to keep yourself afloat. The process can be long and confusing at times, but it's more than worth completing. Gathering Evidence Of Your Condition Before you can consider applying for disability benefits, you'll need to collect hard evidence that your condition is genuine and that it impedes your ability to work. Read More …

Wondering About Credit After Bankruptcy? Tips For Financial Recovery

29 September 2014
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Once your debt is discharged through bankruptcy, you may find yourself wondering what the next step should be. After the bankruptcy filing is complete, you'll need to start thinking about the long-term credit repair steps that you'll need to take. The best thing you can do is to take control of your credit right from the start. Here are some tips to help you manage your budget and rebuild your credit after bankruptcy. Read More …