What Does the HAVEN Act Mean for Disabled Veterans and Their Families?

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The Honoring American Veterans in Extreme Need Act of 2019, or HAVEN Act, was passed on August 23, 2019. It has important implications for veterans who file for Chapter 7 and Chapter 13 bankruptcy. After all, nearly 15% of those who file for bankruptcy in the U.S. are veterans (who account for just 10% of […]

Will Filing For Bankruptcy Stop My Foreclosure?

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Facing foreclosure can be one of the more troubling life events of adulthood, but it can happen to even the most financially savvy homeowners. ATTOM Data Solutions released its 2018 Foreclosure Market Report that shows bank repossessions, defaults and foreclosure filings are down 78% since the peak of the crash in 2010. Even though U.S. […]

Bankruptcy Exemptions

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When you file for Chapter 7 bankruptcy, there is a system that determines the property you get to keep and that which will be sold to pay your debts. You may get to keep your home, car, and other valuable personal assets during and after the bankruptcy process. Nonexempt property will be sold by the […]