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Using Chapter 13 Bankruptcy to Lower Your Car Payment

Chapter 13 bankruptcy is a form of legal debt relief that can stop automobile repossession and offer you time to reorganize your debt in an effort to pay back your creditors. What many individuals don't realize when they contact a Elk Grove Bankruptcy Lawyer, is that...

Should I Sell My House During Chapter 13 Bankruptcy?

Citrus Heights bankruptcy attorneys are often asked if a homeowner going through reorganizational bankruptcy can sell their property during a Chapter 13 bankruptcy. While there is nothing in the US Bankruptcy law preventing you from selling the property during Chapter...

Tax Refunds in a Chapter 13 Bankruptcy Case

Some debtors look forward to tax time because that is the time that they receive large tax refunds from the IRS.  Instead of receiving their fair share of monthly earnings, these taxpayers believe that their savings would be better off in the hands of government. ...

How to Finish Chapter 13 Bankruptcy in 36 Months

One of the main reservations bankruptcy law firms see from individuals regarding filing for Chapter 13 bankruptcy is the initial uncertainty surrounding how long the bankruptcy will last. Chapter 13 bankruptcy requires debtors to enter into a repayment plan with the...

Can I Keep My Tax Return in Chapter 13 Bankruptcy?

Chapter 13 bankruptcy requires fiscal discipline and the willpower to stick to a budget in order to eliminate your debt. It's tough, but countless individuals have been through the process, eliminated their debts, and received a fresh start with their finances. People...

Requesting a Chapter 13 Bankruptcy Repayment Modification

Declaring Chapter 13 bankruptcy is the process by which an individual compiles all debt owed, along with income and assets, in order to establish a repayment plan to pay back what he can afford over a period of 3-5 years. During this period you make payments to the...