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Pre-filing counseling lays groundwork for bankruptcy

When struggling with insurmountable debts, there comes a point when you may seriously consider filing for Chapter 13 or Chapter 7 bankruptcy. Which of these options is best for you will be contingent upon your specific circumstances. However, there are steps that you must take before the court will grant your bankruptcy request.

Three ways to address credit card debt

There is no great shame in carrying heavy debt on your credit cards, but it can cause a tremendous amount of financial strife. The fact is, most people go into debt due to events beyond their control, such as a family medical emergency or divorce. Sometimes circumstances require pulling out the plastic, but the debts can add up quickly. Add monthly interest charges and credit card payments can place a tremendous strain on your household budget.

Sudden wealth leads many into debt

There is an idiom which goes "be careful what you wish for, you may get it." This saying is a warning that your fondest dream may actually turn out to be a nightmare. Take for example winning the lottery. It may seem that nothing could be better than plunking down a buck or two on a ticket and getting back millions of dollars. But the reality is that lottery winners often end up worse off financially than they were before their numbers were drawn.

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