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December 2019 Archives

Taking control with bankruptcy in the New Year

Financial instability and insurmountable debt can be difficult problems at any point in the year. However, over the holidays Tennessee residents may spend more money than they intend to when they buy gifts for their loved ones, meals for their families and travel to see the people that mean the most to them. It can be hard to dig out from under the weight of burdensome debt and for some the problem of getting spending and saving under control can last the entire calendar year.

Details of the repayment plan during Chapter 13 bankruptcy

Personal bankruptcy protections are designed to help struggling consumers get back on their feet and to help them with the weight of crushing debt. One type of personal bankruptcy protection is Chapter 13 bankruptcy which is a reorganization bankruptcy option.

The different types of bankruptcy exemptions

For individuals facing crushing debt, every day can be stressful. Personal bankruptcy options exist to help struggling consumers facing the weight and stress of overwhelming debt. It provides layers of protection struggling consumers considering filing for bankruptcy should be familiar with, including bankruptcy exemptions.

Bankruptcy relief for struggling businesses

Business bankruptcy is a valuable resource for struggling businesses. Just as is true of personal bankruptcy protections, there are different business bankruptcy options available to help struggling businesses depending on their situation, circumstances, needs and goals for the process.

Dealing with wage garnishment? Here is what you should know

When a person goes to work, he or she expects to receive full pay for the hours he or she worked. While you may have worked all of your hours and done your job completely, you may not receive all of your paycheck if there is a wage garnishment order against you. This is the withholding of a certain amount of your income in order to pay your debt.