Aggressive pursuits of collections by Alabama hospitals

There are many different types of debt people can accumulate, and it is quite common for people to have different attitudes toward different types of debt. For example, people generally recognize that payday lenders, car loan companies that specialize in bad credit financing and even many credit card companies will become very aggressive if someone

Facing lawsuit from debt collectors: Options for newlyweds

In the excitement of a newlywed life, dreams of building a home and future together can overshadow the financial challenges ahead. Accumulating debts from loans taken to furnish this new life can lead to unexpected issues. This includes the possibility of facing a debt collector’s lawsuit. In such situations, Chapter 7 and Chapter 13 bankruptcies

The High Cost Of Ignoring Credit Card Debt

Credit card debt is a common financial burden that can quickly spiral out of control if not managed effectively. Ignoring this debt can have severe consequences, impacting your credit score, financial stability and overall well-being. Below are some of the hidden dangers of ignoring credit card debt: Debilitating interest rates: When credit card debt is left

What Are The Effects Of Filing For Chapter 7 Bankruptcy?

Financial burdens are overwhelming. Too much debt could overtake your life, affecting your physical and mental health. Fortunately, you could declare bankruptcy if you need to. Doing so could provide you relief, helping you restart your finances. However, filing for Chapter 7 bankruptcy has specific repercussions based on your circumstances. The consequences are not strictly

Feds Approve $42 Billion Student Loan Forgiveness

Colleges can open specific career paths for students, but they’ve also become synonymous with student debt. Higher education costs have steadily increased over the past decades, forcing students to turn to loans that saddle them with debt that follows them long after graduation. While it’s far from entirely absolving each American from student debt, the U.S.

Can You Spend Money When Filing For Bankruptcy?

Filing bankruptcy can help you gain a fresh financial start by eliminating or reducing existing debt. It can force you to give up some control financially, but the court will not heavily watch over your expenses. Instead, the court will only use its authority to review your bank statements and other financial records to verify

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