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  • DEBT RELIEF

    Are you searching for debt relief?

    Are you juggling credit card balances- not knowing which one to pay?

    Repossession, Foreclosure, or I.R.S. problems?

    Do you have delinquent medical bills?

    Are you being hassled by telephone calls from creditors or credit card companies or collection agencies?

     

     

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  • STOP REPOSSESSIONS

    When you procure property on credit and fail to pay the monthly bill, that property can, by law, be repossessed. If you are behind on your car payment or another secured loan and fear repossession, declaring bankruptcy could be the answer. Bankruptcy stops repossession efforts instantly and can prevent you from losing your property in the long term as well.  If your vehicle has been repossessed within the past ten (10) days,  we are able to demand that the vehicle be returned to you if you meet the criteria and file a chapter 13 case.    At the Houston law office of William K Vaughn, we aid consumers through the bankruptcy procedure. We understand how trying it can be to deal with a debt turmoil and the prospect of repossession, and we work effortlessly to aid you to get a fresh start through bankruptcy.

     

     

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  • STOP FORECLOSURES

    Property holders who should hope to stop foreclosure or dispossession regularly fear managing the truths that got them to the spot of being in abandonment. If they recollect when they first purchased that home, losing the house was most likely the farthest thing from their psyche. Few property holders really plan to go into foreclosure. A large number of Americans have lost their homes to foreclosure in the most recent couple of years. In case you're experiencing difficulty paying your home loan, find out about the strides you can take to keep away from foreclosure or to minimize your obligation after it happens. Brisk activity is the way to achievement - it can spare your home and/or help ensure your FICO score.

     

     

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  • IRS ISSUES

    In many cases, a debtor is still liable for tax debt after bankruptcy. There are some circumstances that can allow tax discharge to take place.  Income tax debts may be eligible for discharge under Chapter 7 and Chapter 13 of the Bankruptcy Code. Filling for bankruptcy is one of the five ways a person can get out tax debt, but there are some requirements that you need to meet for discharging your taxes. Chapter 7 provides the full discharge of allowable debt while Chapter 13 provides the payment plan that will be used to repay the remainder of the debts discharged.

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  • LAWSUITS & JUDGEMENTS

    In the current economy, it is not unlikely that a party to an active civil action finds that the other party is filing for bankruptcy. This can have some adverse effects on the litigation of the active civil action. If for example, you sued your employer and the defendant firm or company files for bankruptcy, the civil case will then be automatically stopped. There is also an option to obtain a special permission from the bankruptcy court to proceed with the civil lawsuit. If the civil case is permitted to go on and the complainant wins the case. Then he potentially becomes one of the creditors in the bankruptcy case of the defendant.

     

     

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  • STUDENT LOAN ISSUES

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    While student loans can assist you achieve a degree and increase your overall success, they can also be crippling to your finances. High monthly payments, particularly for new graduates still looking for work, can become challenging almost instantaneously. The fact is, a examination of recent graduates revealed that a fourth had gone lengths of time without paying their loans.

  • WAGE GARNISHMENTS

    At any time you are the subject of a wage garnishment (also called wage attachment) and can not afford fundamental living expenses, you may have the ability to lower the total of wage garnishment or get rid of it entirely. Potential options include filing a claim of exemption, filing for bankruptcy, or vacating the judgment. Read on to understand better about these options.

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  • RESTORING CREDIT

    Rebuilding credit subsequent to bankruptcy is a frequent necessary task among people who file for bankruptcy. People wish to be able to actually start new and give their credit ranking a boost. There are several techniques one could use to restore credit. It is critical to have a look  your overall credit score monthly and seeing what's listed. It is common to find mistakes on the credit report. Thus, the individual must careful analyze the report and make the necessary reports to the agencies requesting clarification and removal should there be a mistake. A obvious and easy suggestion is to just start paying bills in a timely manner. Such things as mobile devices and auto payments are commonly reported to credit reporting agencies.

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