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What are priority unsecured claims under Chapter 13?

When a debtor with sufficient ongoing income chooses to use Chapter 13 bankruptcy, he or she may receive significant financial relief without forfeiting personal property. However, in order to do so, the debtor must create a repayment plan that court approves to address some or all existing debts that the debtor carries.

Is consolidation right for your debt concerns?

When it comes time to deal with personal debt, there are a number of options one can consider before taking the major step of filing for debt discharge through bankruptcy. While bankruptcy is an important right for consumers, it comes with some fairly hefty restrictions for those who use the process, and some consumers may have other ways to resolve their debts that warrant attention.

Chapter 13 may allow you to keep your property in bankruptcy

Those who research bankruptcy for any time at all soon realize that they may have more options than they originally thought, especially if they qualify to file under more than one chapter. For consumer debtors, the most common types of bankruptcy are Chapter 7 and Chapter 13. These two versions of bankruptcy operate very differently and grant those who use them very different advantages and protections. Before you choose one over the other, it is important to understand the key differences between the two.

Advantages of Chapter 13

Bankruptcy is a powerful tool that many individuals can use to relieve themselves of debt and get their financial lives back on track. While bankruptcy comes with some penalties, Chapter 13 bankruptcy offers those with dependable income the opportunity to take control of their debt without forfeiting much or any of their property.

How lien stripping could possibly save your home

Even though the economy is steadily improving and the stock market is reaching new heights, there are still many homeowners who are struggling to get by. Part of this reason may be due to aggressive attempts to repay debt, or severe illnesses or injuries have affected a person’s ability to make a living and pay personal obligations.

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