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180 Day Wait Period to Refile Bankruptcy After Dismissal

Dismissal of a bankruptcy case is unfortunate and can happen for a number of reasons. The Bankruptcy Code places numerous responsibilities on debtors and failure to comply can jeopardize your case; making it important to consult with a knowledgeable bankruptcy attorney before filing. When a bankruptcy case is dismissed without issuance of a discharge, you…

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Can Credit Card Companies Take Your House?

Credit card debt, unlike mortgage debt, is unsecured debt. This means your credit card company can’t come immediately take your stuff β€” including your home or car β€” when you don’t pay. Having said that, if you fall behind on credit cards, your lender will quickly try to transition their status from an unsecured creditor,…

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Can Creditors Garnish My Wages in Florida?

Last updated Sept. 21, 2017. Yes, Florida law does allow creditors to garnish your wages. However, a creditors’ right to garnishment, and the amount they’re entitled to garnish, hinges on whether you qualify as a “head of family” under Florida statute 222.11. The Florida statutes define a head of family as “any person who is…

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Chapter 7 Bankruptcy in Florida: What You Need to Know

Florida is known for a popular amusement park, warm weather, beaches, and its population of American alligators β€” the latter of which was designated as the state’s official reptile (and unofficial general state symbol) in the 1980s. In fact, Gatorade was named after the University of Florida Gators, where the sports drink was first developed….

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