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November 2014 Archives

How does divorce affect credit card debt?

When you are going through a divorce, you likely wonder who will get what assets. You might not even think about what will happen to the debts you and your spouse racked up during your marriage. While you might not think about those debts, they can prove to be a very big hurdle after the divorce is finalized. Our readers in Pennsylvania might be interested in learning just how much marital debts can haunt them after the divorce is finalized.

Don't look past Chapter 13 bankruptcy as an option

In our blog post last week, we discussed some ways that a person who has filed for bankruptcy might be able to rebuild their credit after the bankruptcy. We understand that the impact a bankruptcy has on your credit score is a big factor for you when you are considering a bankruptcy filing. While that is important, there are other things to consider when it comes to filing for bankruptcy.

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