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01.02.2020 | by Lauren Lamb

Co-Signing a Loan is a Serious Decision

Almost everyone has been asked for financial assistance from a friend or a family member. Sometimes the friend or family member wants you to co-sign a debt for them.

Many people mistakenly believe that by being designated as the co-borrower, or secondary borrower, that the lender will only be able to collect against the primary borrower in the case of default.  When a default arises, the co-signer can be surprised and greatly disappointed to find that is not the case.

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12.18.2019 | by Chris Frye

Will Bankruptcy Affect My Retirement Money?

Before changes were made to the bankruptcy laws on October 17, 2005, there were rumors abound that it would become very difficult for the average person to file bankruptcy. 

Did that happen? 

No.

Were some laws introduced that were unfriendly to the consumer? 

Yes.

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10.29.2019 | by Lauren Lamb

How to Deal With a Car You Can’t Afford

When someone has a vehicle that they no longer can afford, they often mistakenly think that turning in the vehicle-- called a voluntary repossession-- will be viewed more favorably by the lender and will prevent any further collection action.  

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10.22.2019 | by Kenny Steinberg

What Not To Do Before You Meet With A Bankruptcy Attorney

You are eager to do something about your uncomfortable debt situation. You have been trying a variety of options to find debt relief and, while at times you were making progress, you no longer feel that way and you want to look at other options, including bankruptcy help.

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10.09.2019 | by Chris Frye

The First Rule When Meeting Your Attorney

One of the hardest steps in the bankruptcy process is picking up the phone and contacting an attorney for the first time. You will most likely feel embarrassed, defeated, and probably a little scared.

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