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"Real Housewives" cast member completes bankruptcy


When individuals and businesses encounter debts that they are unable to easily repay, or repay according to the current terms, bankruptcy may be a desirable option. The overall intent of bankruptcy is to allow a debtor to gain a fresh start on their finances by discharging and paying off current, overwhelming debts.

Exempt and non-exempt property in Chapter 7 bankruptcy


Chapter 7 bankruptcy is geared toward individuals who have a high amount of unsecured debt that they are unable to keep up with. It allows those going through this bankruptcy process a way to quickly get rid of many debts to get back on the road to meeting financial obligations.

What defenses are available in a foreclosure action?


The prospect of facing a foreclosure can be frightening for any homeowner. Whether a person has over-leveraged their finances or is having trouble paying their mortgage for reasons out of their control, losing their home will have negative immediate and long-term consequences for their entire family. If a lender has initiated a foreclosure proceeding already, what defenses are available to homeowners to prevent the foreclosure from being finalized in the lender's favor?

Chapter 7 bankruptcy does not wipe out second mortgages


Readers of this Long Island bankruptcy blog may have a general understanding of what happens in the two major forms of personal bankruptcy. Under a Chapter 7 petition, a debtor effectively liquidates his assets in order to pay off creditors and achieve a fresh financial start. Under a Chapter 13 petition, the debtor has the opportunity to reorganize his outstanding debts and create a repayment plan that matches his financial abilities.

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