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The shift to a virtual way of doing business can be jarring for some, but bankruptcy cases are benefiting. Here's how.
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Debt collectors can be the bane of peoples' existence sometimes, but you may not want to ignore them outright. Here's why.
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You've just come upon a large sum of money after your bankruptcy - is it actually yours to keep? Here's what the law says.
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If you’ve settled the debt for less than the full balance or the creditor has forgiven the debt, there may be another bill on the way.
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The CDC has extended the federal eviction moratorium, but not all renters are protected under the new order. Here's what to know.
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Reaffirmation presents an opportunity to keep your car during bankruptcy, but is it the best idea? Here's what to know.
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The California foreclosure moratorium is set to expire - here's how that may affect you, and what you need to know.
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Debt collection lawsuits aren't going anywhere, especially in light of covid. Here are your options for fighting them.
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As life starts to weasel its way back into a state of normalcy, many are taking a second look at their financial situation.
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$70 Billion in credit card debt is 90+ days delinquent - while balances are going down, delinquencies are the highest in years.
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Complaints against debt collectors are on the rise; here's what you should know, and how to protect yourself.
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A recent order by the U.S. District Court for the District of Columbia affects the ongoing eviction moratorium. Here's what to know.
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