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How Many Times Can You Claim Bankruptcy in Pennsylvania?

Financial hardship is hard to predict. You may take good care of your finances, and one bad break can turn it all upside down. For instance, there is no way to predict illness, a layoff, an accident, and other factor that can lead to financial strain. Bankruptcy often...

Can I Keep My House if I File for Bankruptcy in Philadelphia?

The possibility of losing your home can be scary. The sole fact that the home you worked so hard to obtain may be taken away from you can be one of the worst experiences you can go through. Many people tend to believe there is no hope for excess debt. However, the law...

Can I File for Bankruptcy Without My Spouse in Pennsylvania?

Every year, thousands of hard-working Pennsylvanians face burdening debt. Through no fault of your own, you might see yourself feeling the pressure of overwhelming debt. Many things can lead to financial difficulties, such as a medical condition, an accident, or an...

Can I Keep My House if I File for Bankruptcy in Pennsylvania?

Your house is usually one of the most important places for you. You may have fought long and hard to get it, and you may not want to give up the everlasting memories you forged there. However, all of these great things may be in jeopardy when your creditors try to...

Can You Buy a Home in Philadelphia If You File for Bankruptcy?

Filing for bankruptcy can be a way for people in Philadelphia to shed the burden of certain types of debt and move forward toward a brighter financial future. However, declaring bankruptcy can have some negative repercussions for Philadelphia residents, chief among...

Have You:

Been paying credit card balances that seem to never go down?

Lost your job and are now having trouble keeping up?

Attempted to work out a payment arrangement to no avail?

Been notified of a mortgage foreclosure action?

Been denied for a mortgage or other line of credit?

If the answer to any of these questions is “yes” then bankruptcy may be an option that you should consider.

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