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What is Bankruptcy Reaffirmation?

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fix credit report after bankruptcyWe were inspired by this blog post from attorney Christine A. Kingston about bankruptcy reaffirmation and how it affects a Chapter 7 bankruptcy.

Essentially, when you reaffirm a debt, you agree that you will still owe the debt after your bankruptcy case is over. Reaffirmation provides a sure way to keep collateral as long as you abide by the terms of the reaffirmation agreement and keep up your ...

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Overcoming Bankruptcy Fears and Moving on With Life

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Money doesn’t buy happiness” — we are continually reminded by this popular maxim. One thing is for sure — when it comes to debt and bankruptcy, money can be the source of shame, sleepless nights and relentless stress.

While the financial consequences of bankruptcy are disconcerting, the mental burden can be overwhelming. It can affect relationships, your health and your family life. By the time some folks finally enlist the help of ...

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Jim Cossitt Featured Speaker at Conference for Consumer Bankruptcy Attorneys

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crbbaJim Cossitt is slated to be a featured speaker at the Annual Conference of the Capital Region Bankruptcy Bar Association (CRBBA), where he will be discussing the various techniques and outer limits of pre-bankruptcy exemption planning.Pre bankruptcy exemption planning, also known as asset protection planning, is the legal advice provided to financially distressed people so as to allow them to retain as many assets as possible or protect those assets ...

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