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Hello, I recommend contacting your mortgage company, their phone number should be listed on your monthly statement. If you mean it's not being reported to your cred...
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You can get answers to this and many other credit-related questions by downloading our free eBook, Give Yourself Credit. Be sure to watch for the next eBook coming soon.
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Here's the basic breakdown of how long different types of negative information will remain on your credit report: Late payments: 7 years. Bankruptcies: 7 years for com...
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If your income is social security and retirement you probably have no need to file bankruptcy. Your income is protected by federal law. You can stop paying the cards...
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Hello, Kimberly. To get you started, please read our articles on what happens when you file for bankruptcy and what the different bankruptcy options and processes are....
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It could be possible. You may apply for court permission to take out the auto loan while your case is still pending. Alternatively, you may have to wait for your final...
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Have you met with a bankruptcy attorney? Lender or servicer is taking payments and you are current on the loan? Have you filed bankruptcy before?
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Bankruptcy provides legal protection through the court system and prevents creditors from taking legal action against you. There are several "types" of bankrup...
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Bankruptcy provides legal protection through the court system and prevents creditors from taking legal action against you. It will remain on your credit report for sev...
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