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Bankruptcy and Your Employer
What Can Your Employer Find Out About Your Bankruptcy? It is common for someone filing for bankruptcy to be concerned about the affect on their current employer. An employer normally would never know that one of their employees has filed for bankruptcy unless they have some type of regular credit background check that gets updated Continue Reading
Bankruptcy and Judgements or Court Summons
If you have a creditor who is suing you, it is very likely that you have received a court summons to attend a court date or a judgement as a result of a court date. If you have defaulted on a creditor for 90 days or more, a creditor can take you to court and Continue Reading
When Should You File For Bankruptcy?
Are you concerned about when the best time to file for bankruptcy will be? If you have realized that your debt has grown to an unmanageable amount and you are starting to see your resources depleting your savings, retirement money, and income, now is a good time to file. Your savings, retirement money and income Continue Reading