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The following posts are questions submitted by National Bankruptcy Forum readers, or questions people who are considering filing bankruptcy often ask themselves. Bankruptcy can be a complicated process, so you shouldn’t feel ashamed if you don’t understand all of it. Maybe you need to know more about bankruptcy exemptions in your state, how to qualify for filing Chapter 7 bankruptcy, or how bankruptcy may affect your career. If you have questions about bankruptcy or would like a free debt evaluation, please reach out to us at National Bankruptcy Forum by filling out our online contact form or calling 877-280-4299.

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How Can I Tell if My Student Loan Debt is Dischargeable in Bankruptcy?

The topic of student loan debt and bankruptcy: most every bankruptcy and personal finance-related website out there has written about it on numerous occasions. However, the rules are worth repeating because it is still an unreasonable area of the law that was created to address the concerns of a different era. Do you pass the…

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Am I Protected by the Arizona Anti-Deficiency Statute?

When most families purchase a home, they don’t envision ending up facing a foreclosure sale, but in states like Arizona where the housing market has been particularly hard hit, foreclosure is an all-too-common event. In cases where a home has plummeted in value, borrowers have two main concerns: I’m afraid to lose my home. I’m…

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Why is My Credit Card Company Suing Me?

Last updated Aug. 30, 2017. You’ve received a summons and complaint, your credit card company has filed a lawsuit. What to do now? Should you file for bankruptcy? First, understand that credit card debt is a type of unsecured debt, meaning that if you can’t make payments, your credit card company cannot come after your personal property…

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Deficiency Judgment: After Foreclosure, Do I Owe Money?

A common misconception among consumers is that after foreclosure they will not owe their mortgage lender. Many homeowners who go through foreclosure are surprised to learn that they still owe money on their house, even though they no longer own it! Most mortgage lenders require borrowers to personally guarantee the amount of the note, leaving…

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