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A common response bankruptcy attorneys are hearing these days is that “I don’t have the money to go bankrupt.”
If someone who is not your mortgage lender promises to save your home and asks for you to pay money up front, WATCH OUT.
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Recently, I read an article that surprised me. The article, in Smart Money, addressed the issue of credit scores and the effect of a bankruptcy filing on the score.
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