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  • Bankruptcy

    This article describes the law relating to bankruptcy. It also contains information about what to consider when thinking about bankruptcy and your rights after filing for bankruptcy. Read More

    Carl Vinson Institute
  • Bankruptcy Pros and Cons

    Being in over your head financially is frightening. If you find yourself in this unhappy position, several kinds of help are available. Bankruptcy is one of the alternatives for financial distress. You need to examine the options available to you for dealing with your financial problems and decide which course of action is best for you. Content Detail

    American Bar Association
  • Consumer Credit Counseling Services Web Site

    Consumer Credit Counseling Services provides budget counseling, educational programs, debt management assistance and housing counseling. Counseling is available online, by telephone, and in person - in Spanish and in English. Content Detail

    Consumer Credit Counseling Services
  • Estimate Your Wage Garnishment

    Only a portion of your wages are subject to garnishment. The amount of wages that may be garnisheed may not exceed the lessor of 25% of the debtor’s disposable earnings for that period OR the amount by which the disposable earnings for that period exceed 30 times the federal minimum hourly wage per week. Use this Wage Garnishment Calculator to ESTIMATE if the proposed or actual wage garnishment is correct. Content Detail

  • Is Bankruptcy Right for You?

    Answers to some questions that many people might ask when considering whether to file for bankruptcy protection. Read More

  • The Reaffirmation Project Debtor Information Packet

    After you file bankruptcy, you can still choose to repay debts. This is known as debt reaffirmation. It can have some good impact on your credit rating Content Detail

  • UPSOLVE: Free Chapter 7 Bankruptcy Online Assistance

    This website is a free online tool asks you questions and generates your Chapter 7 bankruptcy forms. One of our lawyers reviews your forms before you get them. No paywalls. No hidden terms. Make a donation only if you want. Mobile-friendly experience. Designed and built alongside experienced bankruptcy attorneys. Read More

  • Your Legal Rights after Bankruptcy

    Bankruptcy is a choice that may help if you are facing serious financial problems. You may be able to cancel your debts, stop collection calls, and get a fresh financial start. Bankruptcy can help with some financial problems, but does not guarantee you will avoid financial problems in the future. Content Detail

    National Consumer Law Center