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Recently posted questions and answers:
My Parents are in a heaping mound of debt and are homeless right now because my dad lost his job. They claimed bankruptcy many years ago but not sure if it ever cleared up. My question is how much debt is too much debt to be able to claim bankruptcy and how long would it take to build their credit back up?
If I am in a mortgage will it affect us in 4 yrs when our mortgage comes up can they decline our current mortgage as well vehicle loans are not included right and for a personal loan if they put a lean on one of our vehicle can they take it
I am in bankcruptcy. I am having surgery soon and will not be able to work. I work in Fort McMurray. I have a small pension that will pay my mortgage with nothing left over. Can I refinance my mortgage to get lower payments to get through until I can work again?
I went through a bankruptcy 16 years ago and was done in 2007 I believe. I have built up my credit since and now have a good credit score. Nothing regarding my bankruptcy shows on my credit report. I am going to apply for a mortgage...do I have to disclose that I filed for bankruptcy? Thanks!
I am a sole proprietor. Fell behind on taxes and haven't filed for 10 years. I have very little in the way of paperwork. Personal bank account was seized years ago but not business bank. I get letters asking to file but that's it. No assets. Economy has shut my business. What do I do
Hi Iâ€™m in a complex separation. At the moment, Iâ€™m paying house and car and everything else because my husband does not want to take any responsibilities and Iâ€™m trying to keep my credit perfect. I have no asset anymore. Both house and car are both names. My husband doesnâ€™t want to collaborate. We canâ€™t sale the house because the value is too low. With the lawyer fee and what I have to pay that is more than what I have in my pocket each month Iâ€™m right now at $20 000 debts. I would like to stop. Can I do a personal bankruptcy? Is it going to affect him? Can he stop me to doing it?
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