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Should I prioritize my credit card debts?

Debt is very rarely a single-issue matter. Many modern talking points relate to student loan debts, which have reportedly exceeded well over $1 trillion, but less attention is paid to the fact that many of these indebted individuals are probably also trying to balance credit card debts, car payments and perhaps even child support or alimony. With so many debts to contend with, it can be difficult to even decide where to start.

Unexpected debt can be resolved with bankruptcy

Many people believe that debt is a sign of failure, an indication that a person was foolish with his or her money and attempted to live beyond his or her means. While there are some people who fall into debt through poor decision-making, we know very well that many people find themselves in debt due to unfortunate, unforeseeable circumstances. Debt is not always a punishment reserved for those who are frivolous with their finances; sometimes it is an additional tribulation for people who have fallen on hard times.

What properties are exempt in Chapter 7 bankruptcy?

If you are struggling with debt, you may have considered filing for bankruptcy, but after hearing that you would have to sell some of your assets, you might be hesitant. However, you should know that there is more to Chapter 7 bankruptcy than courts taking away all your most precious possessions and selling them to the highest bidder. Some properties are exempt.

What to expect after Chapter 7 bankruptcy

Bankruptcy is a frightening word for many people, but that's because many people do not fully understand what bankruptcy is and what it does. To most people, bankruptcy is the ultimate sign of failure, an indication that a person is such a poor financial manager that he or she could not stay out of debt. We know that many debts are the result of tragic, unexpected circumstances such as sudden loss of employment or accidental injury, and that is why we encourage bankruptcy.

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