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Category: Chapter 13 Bankruptcy

Chapter 13 bankruptcy is also called debt consolidation, and it can be a good option for those with regular income who are having trouble keeping up with the regular monthly payments, facing foreclosure, or for those who owe significant past tax debt.

How Can Bankruptcy Benefit Real Estate Investors and Consumers?

Last week attorney Richard Symmes had the opportunity to be on one of our favorite podcasts for real estate investing, the Seattle Investors Club Podcast. In the episode you will learn about attorney Richard Symmes’ background and experience in bankruptcy

How Do I Rebuild My Credit After Filing Bankruptcy?

If you are considering filing for bankruptcy or you have recently filed for bankruptcy, you may be wondering, how do I rebuild my credit after filing for bankruptcy? Like most consumers, you may assume that filing bankruptcy will completely destroy

What are Possible Remedies for An Unlawful Foreclosure?

If your home has been foreclosed upon, you may be looking for possible remedies for what you may consider an unlawful foreclosure. In Washington state most foreclosure sales have to go through the Washington state non judicial foreclosure process. It

Can I Qualify for a Home Loan with a Low Credit Score?

The short answer is yes you can qualify for a home loan with a low credit score, but the higher the credit score the lower your interest rate on the loan will be, which will determine which programs you qualify

How Long After Bankruptcy Can I Buy A House?

  If you are wondering how long after bankruptcy can I buy a house? You are not alone.  Getting a mortgage after bankruptcy can seem to be a never-ending process. However, with the assistance of our mortgage experts, you can

What Happens After Filing Bankruptcy?

One of the most common questions that I am asked as a Seattle bankruptcy attorney is what happens after filing bankruptcy?  This is a loaded question and how things transpire after filing bankruptcy will depend on each case individually however

Should I Use National Debt Relief to Settle My Debts?

In my debt relief practice I am coming across more and more consumers who have used National Debt Relief to help them manage their debts and negotiate settlements on their behalf, only to regret the decision to sign up with

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How Can You Sell Your House Before it is Foreclosed On?

If you are suffering from financial hardship and facing home foreclosure, you may be able to sell your house before it is foreclosed on in order to avoid having a foreclosure sale report on your credit report and walk away

How Will the New Tax Laws Impact Bankruptcy Filings?

The new United States tax laws which could impact future bankruptcy filings was signed into law on January 3, 2018. The new law brings with it many changes that will affect consumers as well as businesses. In general, the biggest

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Are Washington State Consumers Headed for Bankruptcy in 2018?

With the stock market and the economy at an all-time high, how are Washington state consumers really doing day today and are consumers headed for bankruptcy in 2018? As a Seattle bankruptcy attorney, I have a good idea of how

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