What’s the Difference Between Chapter 7 and Chapter 13 Bankruptcy? #bankruptcy #chapter7 #chapter13

So you’ve got some debts and you want to discharge them but you don’t know if Chapter 7 or Chapter 13 is the right option for you. I’m south Florida attorney Ali Kassahun with Tropic Legal and I get asked this question all the time. Both Chapter 7 and Chapter 13 allow individuals to protect […]

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Should you save or pay off debts? – The Money Advice Service

Ever wondered whether to save or to pay off your debts? Well, if your debt repayments cost more than what you’re earning back in savings, you’re better clearing the most expensive debts first. Your credit cards, store cards and overdraft are among the debts you should try paying off month by month. If you can […]

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Will You Inherit Your Parents’ Debts After They Die? — Florida Attorney Steve Kramer explains

If Mom or Dad dies, do I inherit their debts? I’m Steve Kramer. I’m a Florida estate planning and probate attorney. And people often have questions about what happens once their parents die. Do they inherit their parents’ debts? And the answer is debt doesn’t really pass from your parents to you. Now, what does […]

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Dallas Bankruptcy Law | Chapter 7 Bankruptcy | Texas Bankruptcy Attorneys

Chapter 7 bankruptcy will not discharge or eliminate all debts there are certain preferential debts or priority debts like a debt to the Internal Revenue Service certain child support or spousal support obligations depending on the state law that is enabled those to be levied there’s also the issue of debts that are secured on […]

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Economic Update: Reparations and Forgiving Student Debts

Welcome, friends, to another edition of Economic Update, a weekly program devoted to the economic dimensions of our lives. I’m your host, Richard Wolff. I want to jump right into a remarkable story. I want to talk about people who don’t get talked about enough. Two million Americans are what we call “home healthcare workers.” […]

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