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Can You Buy a Home After Filing Bankruptcy?

Posted on : August 9, 2017
Tyler Bankruptcy Lawyer Home Purchase
One of the most common misconceptions about buying a house after bankruptcy is that it can’t be done. Or, that it has to be done after the bankruptcy is no longer on your credit report. This usually takes 7-10 years, depending on the type of bankruptcy you filed for. Fortunately, you can buy a home after filing for [Read More]
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Can You File for Bankruptcy on Your Own?

Posted on : July 24, 2017
Tyler Bankruptcy Attorney
If you feel like you’re drowning in bills and have more debt than you can handle, bankruptcy seems like a viable option. However, most people in this situation don’t have a lot of money to spare, so paying a bankruptcy attorney may seem counter-intuitive. Today’s “do-it-yourself” bankruptcy paperwork can be purchased at office supply stores [Read More]
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If You’re Considering Bankruptcy, Avoid Doing This

Posted on : July 8, 2017
Texas Bankruptcy Attorney
If you’re thinking about filing for bankruptcy, you may have heard some things that may make filing for bankruptcy easier or may better prepare your finances for the process of filing. However, not all of these things are in your best interest. Here are three things you absolutely want to avoid doing if you think [Read More]
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What to Know When Filing a Second Bankruptcy

Posted on : June 19, 2017
Tyler Bankruptcy Lawyer
If you filed for bankruptcy before, you know it can be challenging and rewarding. Getting out from underneath crushing debt can help you in many ways, but what happens if you find yourself in debt again? Is it possible to file bankruptcy a second time? It is, but there are some things to understand before [Read More]
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How to Get Rid of Tax Debt by Filing Bankruptcy

Posted on : June 3, 2017
Texas Tax Debt Attorney
Filing a Chapter 7 bankruptcy can help you to get out of a great deal of debt, including medical bills, credit card debt, and more. However, tax debt is considered a “secured” debt and isn’t as easy to get out of. But, if you meet certain criteria, back taxes could be discharged like credit card [Read More]
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