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Working With A Bankruptcy Professional

A few years ago, when I realized that I couldn't pay my mortgage anymore, I knew that I needed to do something to correct my finances. It seemed like I just couldn't catch a break, and after losing my job, I knew that I was in trouble. I started looking for new work, but I knew that I needed to fix my credit somehow. I was at the end of my rope, until a friend talked with me about the possibility of declaring bankruptcy. She explained that it helped her to start over. I met with a bankruptcy attorney who was incredible to work with, and I was amazed at how much it helped my situation. Check out this blog to learn how working with a bankruptcy professional could help you.


Working With A Bankruptcy Professional


Don’t Be Nervous: How to Handle Your Chapter 7 Creditor’s Meeting Easily

After you file chapter 7, you will be asked to appear at the 341 meeting (named after the bankruptcy code number). Most people, though, refer to this event as the creditor's meeting. This meeting is nothing to get worried about, and after reading the information below, you will be more than ready for it. Be Ready for the Meeting Your goal is to arrive on time (or early) because late-comers could be locked out and be forced to reschedule.