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Managing student loan debt after bankruptcy

When debt gets out of control, filing for bankruptcy is a way out for many people in New Jersey. While declaring bankruptcy can affect someone's credit, it may be better in the long term to discharge debts before they default. It is thus wise to stop focusing on any...

Is medical debt sending you to the poorhouse?

It's tough dealing with chronic illnesses requiring frequent emergency room visits and/or prolonged hospital stays. But it's even tougher when the hospital and the debt collection agency it employs use heavy-handed tactics to shake sick patients down for money while...

Can bankruptcy relieve me from alimony payments?

If you find that your alimony payments are more than you can handle financially, it may be tempting to consider bankruptcy as a way to avoid them. However, that's probably not the best choice.It's essential first to understand the difference between Chapter 7 and...

Don’t believe these bankruptcy myths

In one year during this decade, one tech provider estimated that as many as 1.25 million Americans filed bankruptcy petitions. That number was actually a decrease from the 1.38 million the prior year.Despite the popularity of the strategy to get out of the deepest...

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