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July 2014 Archives

Delinquent payments big or small cause huge issues

There are many reasons why people fall behind on bills, and many of them are no fault of borrowers. Unfortunately, however, creditors throughout the state of Florida and beyond are typically unconcerned about why people fail to pay off debts or how small those debts actually are. Understanding how and why delinquent payments can impact people’s credit ratings is important to preventing serious credit issues in the future.

An introduction to Chapter 13 bankruptcy

Many Florida residents understand that they need help to address serious financial challenges, but they may not always know what kind of assistance for legal options they are entitled to. Filing for bankruptcy is one option that has proven to be very successful for countless Americans throughout the years, but different forms of bankruptcy can be more helpful to people under specific circumstances.

Florida undermines personal bankruptcy protections

Filing for bankruptcy gives people the opportunity to dispel large amounts of personal debt. The process also ensures that filers are not pursued for those debt liabilities once the bankruptcy is complete. Therefore, creditors that continue to go after borrowers for debts already discharged in bankruptcy can be accused of breaking Florida bankruptcy law policies.

Could student loans be dispelled through personal bankruptcy?

Millions of Americans are struggling with major financial issues, and unpaid student loan debt is a major part of the problem for many. Making the decision to attend a Florida university is often based at least partly on the prospect of improving one’s ultimate earning potential, but too many college graduates are learning the hard way that employment factors and staggering student loan costs are keeping them financially strained.

The facts about inheriting financial challenges

Adults with aging parents are often confronted with a number of financial and emotional difficulties, as adult children may have to take on the role of caregiver as well as manage their parents’ personal affairs. The situation can become even more difficult when elderly parents have accumulated unpaid bills and/or a considerable amount of personal debt. Here are a few key concepts that Florida families should keep in mind when approaching the debts of a recently deceased parent.

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