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May
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People on websites like Avvo.com often ask questions about companies offering ‘debt consolidation,’ ‘debt management,’ ‘credit repair’ or ‘debt settlement.’ These questions are asked so frequently that I am writing this blog to share helpful information. Both consumers and companies use many of these terms interchangeably. Each term, however, refers to a specific type of […]

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01
May
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Yes, but very rarely. Federal law currently does not allow for the discharge of student loans in bankruptcy except in extreme circumstances. Absent a physical or mental inability to support yourself or a showing that repaying the student loans would take food off the table, a student loan survives bankruptcy. An attempt to discharge student […]

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14
Apr
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While it is possible for a lay person to file bankruptcy without the help of a lawyer (this is called filing a bankruptcy ‘pro se’), it is not advised. Even simple bankruptcies are laden with required forms and deadlines, and failing to file the correct forms or to meet deadlines can result in the bankruptcy […]

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09
Apr
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Having a paycheck garnished in Texas for a debt like a credit card or medical bill requires a very unique set of circumstances and is quite rare. Your wages can, however, be garnished for unpaid student loans, unpaid taxes or domestic support obligations. The easiest and most direct way to end a wage garnishment is […]

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08
Apr
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This is a common question asked by folks who are struggling financially and contemplating bankruptcy. The truth is that outside of those directly involved with your bankruptcy (you, your lawyer, your creditors, the Trustee and the Judge) not many people are going to know that you filed bankruptcy. If you file bankruptcy in Houston (or […]

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23
Mar
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The answer to this question is straight forward – a Chapter 7 bankruptcy will remain on your credit report for 10 years from the date of filing, and a Chapter 13 bankruptcy will remain on your credit report for 7 years from the date of filing. A better question to ask, however, is how can […]

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Attorney Ryan Dove (Houston Bankruptcy Lawyer)
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