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For many families today, divorce and bankruptcy tend to go hand-in-hand. Every situation is different, but divorce may occur as a result of financial strain, or a separation may result in economic pressure for both spouses. Regardless of what starts … Continue reading

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When finances get tight, most people take an in-depth look at each of their monthly expenses and consider cutting out what they do not need. If, after making adjustments to your budget, you still cannot make ends meet, you may … Continue reading

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Divorce can be stressful for anyone, but it becomes especially difficult when a couple is struggling with financial difficulties during the breakup of their marriage. When spouses are facing overwhelming debt, bankruptcy may be their best option, allowing them each … Continue reading

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Filing for bankruptcy—no matter which chapter you choose—can be a mentally exhausting process. For many Americans, though, bankruptcy offers an opportunity to regain financial independence and stop creditor actions. In many cases, Chapter 13 bankruptcy is a smarter option than Chapter … Continue reading

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