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The Bank Says I Have To Sign a Reaffirmation Agreement to Keep My House or Car After Bankruptcy. Do I?

After you file a Chapter 7 bankruptcy, your bank or mortgage company may ask you to sign a reaffirmation agreement to keep your house or car. Since bankruptcy is designed to free you from debt and stop collections efforts, these calls from creditors… Read More
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Chapter 7 Eligibility: Means Test Deductions

Many people see a Chapter 7 bankruptcy as a comparatively easy way to discharge debts they cannot pay and get a clean start. But not everyone can qualify for Chapter 7 bankruptcy eligibility. Knowing who is eligible for a Chapter 7 bankruptcy depends… Read More
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Rebuilding Credit After Bankruptcy

Many Connecticut residents could see substantial relief from their debts by filing for bankruptcy, but they don’t because they are afraid doing so will destroy their credit. Here’s what you need to know about what a bankruptcy discharge will do t… Read More
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What Do You Lose When You File Bankruptcy?

There is a lot of confusing information out there about what happens to your property once the Bankruptcy Court gets a hold of it. This may lead you to think you will lose everything when you file bankruptcy. The truth is much more reasonable. By wor… Read More
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