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Are Bankruptcies Public Record?

Technically, bankruptcies are public record. The good news is that unlike collection lawsuits and divorces, most local newspapers don’t report bankruptcy filings. Nowadays, bankruptcies are only printed in specialized publications like the Court & Commercial...

You Can Discharge Medical Debt in Bankruptcy!

Can you discharge medical debt in bankruptcy? Absolutely!  Read on to find out why. Medical debt is treated like other unsecured debt in bankruptcy. Medical debt does not receive “special” treatment from other debt in bankruptcy. The truth is, medical debt...

What are bankruptcy exemptions and how do they work?

Ever wonder how your friend, co-worker, or neighbor filed bankruptcy, but kept their home, car, and boat? Here’s a little secret. It’s because of a nifty part of bankruptcy law called “bankruptcy exemptions.” What are bankruptcy exemptions?...

Four Things You Should Know About Divorce and Bankruptcy

It’s common for couples contemplating a divorce to consider filing bankruptcy at the same time. Given that difficulty managing debt is a leading cause of divorce and bankruptcy, it’s no wonder! If you’re at the crossroads of dissolving your marriage...
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