Legal Advice for Reaffirm Debt — 55 results
Written by attorney Robert A. Wolle, 7 months ago.
Some creditors are secured. These creditors may have the right to take specific assets and resell them, if the loans are not paid on time. For instance, a lender may have... more
Written by attorney John N Skiba, about 2 years ago.
5 Websites Every Consumer Must Visit
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Finding good, solid, reliable information on the Internet is tough. There are thousands... more
Written by attorney Stephen M Trezza, about 2 years ago.
Why Timing is Everything in Bankruptcy Part 1
Many people do not file for bankruptcy until they have almost no other option. But there is always a best time to file for bankruptcy, and... more
Written by attorney Shaye Larkin, 6 months ago.
You have just found out your timely car payments or mortgage payments are not being reported on your credit report, and you learn it is because you didn't sign a reaffirmation agreement... more
Written by attorney Matthew Johnson, over 1 year ago.
The government allows most debts to be “discharged” through bankruptcy. A discharge erases the obligation to pay the debt and prohibits collection actions against the debt. This is a... more
Written by attorney Nikhilkumar Patel, 4 months ago.
These are some frequently asked questions that many people have when they are considering filing for a bankruptcy. Which chapter of bankruptcy is right for me? It really depends on what... more
Written by attorney William Bonner, 6 months ago.
The federal bankruptcy court doesn't have the ability to request a mortgage modification. However, a bankruptcy court can help encourage negotiation between you and the lender through... more
Written by attorney Clint Dunaway, over 1 year ago.
Bankruptcy Code Section 722 authorizes a concept called redemption. 11 U.S.C 722 states in pertinent part:
An individual debtor may, whether or not the debtor has waived the right to... more
Written by attorney Matthew Johnson, almost 2 years ago.
A common fear leading up to bankruptcy for most clients is Can you keep your property through aChapter 7bankruptcy? The answer is somewhat complicated and the short answer is: Maybe,... more
Written by attorney Patrick Hunter, over 1 year ago.
Handling Secured Loans in Chapter 7 Bankruptcies.
The dilemma: Reaffirm, Redeem, Surrender or something else?The most difficult issue in a Chapter 7 bankruptcy is how to deal with property... more